Nihira


Freelancer

About

Currently, I am working at the Foundation of Agrarian Studies as their Events and Digital Media Coordinator. I also host their Young Scholars' Corner podcast that attempts to put researchers of rural India on the mic.

For my Masters' dissertation, I researched the topography of sound in 19th century British South Asia with a specific focus on the intimate lives of labouring women, the colonial medical apparatus, and anti-war mobilizations in the subcontinent.

I have written for Citizen Matters- the Mumbai chapter, and the Bengaluru chapter. I have also been published in Firstpost, Incurato, and The World of Apu. During my time at Akademi Magazine, I commissioned and edited various pieces and also penned an essay on sex work in colonial Bengal. I also hosted and produced the #AkademiTalks podcast where I interviewed independent thinkers from multidisciplinary backgrounds. I regularly contribute to The Revolver Club's Hindustani classical and Hindi music beat.

Contact

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(+91) 93215 97209