I am currently employed as a PhD candidate at Lund University in the Department of Gender Studies. My academic background encompasses Philosophy and Gender Studies. For my master's thesis, I explored violence by delving into childhood memories of gender non-normative youths. Additionally, for my MPhil thesis, I delved into the realms of storytelling cultures, narrative truths, and fiction in describing gender and sexual subjectivities.
- Creative Methodologies
- Alternative Knowledge
- Lived Experiences
Ongoing Research and Teaching
My PhD project explores the circulation of an epithet within the regional context of India's Northeast. My methodology is primarily based on multi-sited ethnography. Employing the methods of comparative reading and cultural translations, I analyze dominant narratives of sexuality within various forms of storytelling: paperbacks, digital writings, films, and web series. Additionally, I use 'queering' as a lens to reimagine discourse around sexuality.
Before affiliating with Lund University, I worked as a visiting faculty member at the Centre for Undergraduate Studies, The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Guwahati Campus, India. Currently, at Lund University, I have taught courses at both the bachelor's and master's levels, as listed below:
- SASA27 - Scandinavian Model of Equality - Gender, Class, Ethnicity and the Social Welfare State (Department of Gender Studies)
- SIMP27 - Gender, Class, Ethnicity and Sexuality (Graduate School, Faculty of Social Sciences)
- SIMS39 - Gender, Global Development and Postcolonialism (Graduate School, Faculty of Social Sciences)
- HEKM21 - Transdisciplinary Critical Theories of Science II: Applications (Department of Human Geography, Human Ecology Division)
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