Articles by Urmi Bhattacharyya

May 21, 2021

'I can't breathe!' – but this time, it's India

Urmi Bhattacharyya
India is the seventh-richest country in the world. Yet it recently recorded the highest-ever daily death toll from Covid-19. It's a disaster, write Vittorio Bufacchi and Urmi Bhattacharyya, caused by India’s gross inequalities, along with misguided political decisions and policies throughout the country's pandemic response
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Urmi Bhattacharyya
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi

Urmi's research interests revolve around the anthropological analysis of visuality, experience and the production of inequality.

She is also interested in philosophical perspectives on injustice and morality, and in phenomenological interpretations of marginality and resistance.

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