Tag Archives: research

Look! The “subaltern” is using shiny things….how “evidence” skews investigation

A  post header inspired by a few recent conversations: One with a past Doctoral advisee and good friend who is a documentary film maker and nonprofit organization founder with a Phd in cultural studies; another based in conversations with a second life/South India based contact and collaborator; and another on several discussions in Berlin and Frankfurt/Oder […]

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Looking forward to starting my Fulbright year in August 2015

Now that arrangements have been made for my house to be lived in by a friend (as she house-sits for me) and we have sold a car and are getting closer to our departure date, I am beginning to feel that this Fulbright thing is real. I will be working on data collection for two […]

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Research Projects resulting in Publications, Grants and Partnerships

Research Projects resulting in Publications, Grants and Partnerships: (obviously many of these overlap – but different titles have been used in forming various proposals and projects) Microfinance Online/Offline – 2005 to present Representations of the Subaltern Online – 1994 to present Technology, Mobility, Body and Care (health, elder, child) – 2011 to present Global Craft […]

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List of Published Books and Reviews of the Books

Published Books: Gajjala, R. (2004). Cyber selves: Feminist ethnographies of South Asian women. Walnut Creek:  Altamira Press. [1,003,595 paid on Kindle; 1,031,555 in Books – Jan 23, 2011]                                  Reviewed by Maya Ranganathan in Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 15:1 […]

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