TweetThis year’s World Mental Health day’s theme is Mental Health in The Workplace. Work is a significant part of many of our lives — it’s where we spend most of our time, it’s where we find satisfaction and our purpose (or in many cases, not), it’s where we may strike up some deep and meaningful […]
TweetMental health and wellness is very important to me. I am vocal about it, I write about it. Last year I started a Mental Health and Wellness section for Feminism in India — I write for the section as well as curate content by others who work in the field, who have a perspective to […]
TweetThis is a piece I wrote a little while ago about the ways in which I have seen gender-based violence discussed and play out on Twitter. “As our understandings of gender based violence evolve, it is clear that it is no way limited to spaces where physical interaction occurs. It can take other forms including […]
TweetCross-posting links to two pieces I wrote recently for Feminism In India: http://feminisminindia.com/2015/09/14/women-in-india-contradictions-and-cliches/ http://feminisminindia.com/2015/09/03/an-open-letter-to-the-anti-feminists-in-my-life-and-yours/#.VfjNPBFViko
TweetI recently did an interview with Radhika Vaz, a stand up comedian, for Women’s Web. It was great fun chatting about her work and experiences. Read more at this link.
TweetI recently started working as a remote intern for Women’s Web, an online platform for Indian women. I have been following them for a while and enjoy the online content as well as their weekly newsletters. My first piece is a short commentary on a quote by Frida Kahlo and you can follow my work here. I […]
TweetI am doing an independent study for a class and part of the ‘research’ is understanding the history and evolution of development studies as a field. This of course necessitates an understanding, even if cursory, of the history of development. Ambiguous, contentious, contested, the list of adjectives is endless and is you can see fraught with […]
TweetHello, hello. I hope 2015 has been treating you well. Spring is almost here in Minnesota, as is graduation and a series of life choices. I recently had a piece published in the journal Reconsidering Development, an e-journal at the University of Minnesota and thought of cross-posting to share and reignite the website. Here’s the link […]