PhD Candidate Chandana Anusha and Serena Stein (Princeton) selected to receive SSRC Transregional Collaboratory Grant on the Indian Ocean

August 20, 2020

Congratulations to Chandana Anusha, ABD in Sociocultural Anthropology, and Serena Stein, ABD in Anthropology (Princeton), until recently a Visiting Assistant in Research at the Yale Program in Agrarian Studies, and who will soon joining Wageningen University as a Postdoctoral Researcher! As co-principal investigators, they have been selected by the SSRC Transregional Collaboratory on the Indian Ocean for 2020-2021 to receive a 12-month planning grant for collaborative research that deepens understanding of the effects of political, economic, and social processes in contexts of profound climate and environmental change in and across Indian Ocean countries. Their project is titled: Mangroves and Tangled Futures: Agrarian Change, Energy Extraction and Coastal Ecologies in Mozambique and Western India. With their principal investigator, Dr. Ines Raimundo of University Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo, they, will be convening a multi-disciplinary team across Mozambique, India and the United States.