I am a doctoral student at School of Information, University of Michigan advised by Dr. Silvia Lindtner and Dr. Patricia Garcia. I study the integration of technology in agribusinesses especially relating to food production and food distribution processes in long food supply chains.
Prior to my PhD, I was a Commonwealth Scholar at SOAS (University of London) where I completed my M.A. in Global Digital Cultures and worked closely with Dr. Elisa Oreglia as a research assistant at Dept. of Digital Humanities, King's College London. In the past, I have managed collaborative projects with feminist human rights organizations in India exploring ICT use for Sexuality and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights related information dissemination in communities with low Internet access.
Areas of interest
Postcolonial and feminist science and technology studies
History of computing and technology
Critical Cultural Studies
Honors & awards
Commonwealth Scholarship, 2017-18
IASSCS Scholarship, 2017
Tata Trusts Travel Grant, 2015
M.A. Global Digital Cultures (SOAS, University of London)
M.A. Social Work (University of Delhi)