Dr. Mayurakshi Chaudhuri is Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, and Founding Coordinator (2019 - 2021), Digital Humanities (an interdisciplinary platform for research and pedagogy) at IIT Jodhpur. With B.Sc. in Geography from University of Calcutta (India), and M.A. in Regional Planning from University of Sheffield (UK), she earned her integrated M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Comparative Sociology and Global and Sociocultural Studies from Florida International University (USA). Her research areas include Gender Studies, Migrations and Mobilities, Historical Sociology, Technology and Society, and Qualitative Research Methods. Dr. Chaudhuri is the recipient of international and national fellowships including a German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Fellowship and the Government of India National Merit Scholarship. Her research has been extensively published with top tier journals such as Sex Roles (Springer), Transfers (Berghahn Books, Oxford), and Applied Mobilities (Taylor and Francis). She has completed an online teaching project for the course Gender and Society as part of the Ministry of Human Resource Development's Direct To Home initiative (DTH Channel 16: NPTEL: Humanities, Social Sciences, and Management). Her recent research projects focus on emerging areas of technology and mobility, digital healthcare, and images in digital cultures. An interdisciplinary scholar with academic training in Sociology, Cultural Anthropology, and Geography, she enjoys advising undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral projects that are located at the intersections of society, culture, and technology.
Migration as mobility? An intersectional approach
Postcolonial Intersections: Introduction to the themed special section
Postcolonial Intersections: Asia on the Move (Edited)