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Ph.D. - Socio-cultural Linguistics | Jawaharlal Nehru University - New Delhi

Prof. Anindita Chatterjee
Ph.D. in Socio-cultural Linguistics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi ; M.A. from University of Texas, Austin; M.Phil. from J Jawaharlal Nehru University; M.A. from University of Calcutta and B.A. in English Honours from University of Calcutta

Assistant Professor – Academic Writing

Prof. Anindita Chatterjee is Assistant Professor – Academic Writing at FLAME University. She received her Doctorate Degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (2019). She completed her MPhil (Socio-cultural linguistics) from Jawaharlal Nehru University and has dual M.A Degrees from the University of Texas at Austin in Anthropology and University of Calcutta in Linguistics.

Her total experience is eight years and she was associated with University of Texas at Austin, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New-Delhi and IIM, Ahmedabad.

After completing PhD, she joined as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Max Weber Stiftung (IBO). Her project explored the construction of gender identities among migrant female domestic workers, which are shaped and influenced by a variety of other intersecting relationships, especially caste and religion. Her research and teaching areas include Academic thesis writing, Culture and Communication, Migration studies, Globalization, and Gender Studies. Her recent article has been published in International Journal of Sociology of Language: A special issue on ‘Language, Inequality and Global Care-Work.’

Anindita Chatterjee’s research and teaching areas include Academic thesis writing, Culture and Communication, Migration studies, Globalization, and Gender Studies. Her recent article has been published in International Journal of Sociology of Language: A special issue on ‘Language, Inequality and Global Care-Work.’

Publications

  1. Chatterjee, Anindita & Anne Schluter (2020) “Maid to Maiden: The false promise of English for the daughters of domestic workers in postcolonial Kolkata.” International Journal of Sociology of Language: a special issue on ‘Language, Inequality and Global Care-work’ (Eds.) Kellie Goncalves and Anne Schluter. IJSL 2020; 262: 67–95;   Berlin and Boston; De Gruyter, Mouton.
  2. Chatterjee, Anindita “Home away from home? Belonging and dislocation among migrant domestic workers” in Leaving and Living: Social and Cultural dynamics of Migration in South Asia, Vol. II, Sadan Jha & Pushpendra (Eds.) New Delhi: Routledge Publications (Accepted) (expected 2021)
  3. Chatterjee, Anindita.  2014. “Telling tales in gendered spaces: Ritual narratives in the Lokkhi pooja of Bengal.” International journal of Bengal Studies, (Ed.) Amitava Chakraborty Vol. 4-5. 119-150. International Society of Bengal Studies, Viswakos Parishad: Kolkata 700009.