Contributors – Volume 3. Issue 2
Sujatha Subramanian is a doctoral scholar at the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at The Ohio State University. Her research interests include Girlhood and Youth Studies, Gender and Urban Spaces, Feminist Media Studies and Digital Technologies. Her work has been published in the Economic and Political Weekly and feminist websites including In Plainspeak and GenderIT.org.
Ashwini Falnikar is a Doctoral Candidate at National University of Singapore, in the Department of Communications and New Media. She works as a part-time Research Assistant with Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation. Ashwini has been involved in research projects that contribute to the Development Communication and Health Communication scholarship and continues to work in this area in India and Singapore. Ashwini has a passion for painting and track-running besides research.
Reetika Revathy Subramanian
Reetika Revathy Subramanian completed her Masters in Media and Cultural Studies at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Moving from journalism to gender research, she has worked extensively in the rural belt of south Rajasthan on issues related to sexual violence and trafficking. She is currently studying for an MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies at the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies.
Yamini Krishna & Gauri Nori
Yamini Krishna is a research scholar at the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. Her research is on the history of urban development of Hyderabad around cinema. Her other research interests include popular culture, urban studies, Indian film and digital cultures.
Gauri Nori is a research scholar at the English and Foreign languages University, Hyderabad and has a Masters in Film and Literature from The University of York, U.K. She has over 5 years of teaching experience as part of the Liberal Arts department at the Annapurna International School of Film and Media. Her research interests include adaptation studies, aesthetics of film and experimental art.
Akriti Rastogi has worked as a radio producer at the All India Radio and is currently a doctoral candidate at the Cinema Studies department of the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. This paper was a part of her M.Phil. dissertation on the DIY filmmakers of India in the digital age.
Ashwin Nagappa works as Lead Technologist for a unique Education Technology project anchored at TISS. Graduated as Computer Science Engineer, he has experience of working for Multinational Companies in India and the US. His interest in photography and film making led him to pursue higher studies. He recently completed MA in Media and Cultural Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India. He is currently working on managing software development for high school students. His research focuses on the intersection of information technology, software, communication, and learning.
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