Aditi Mukherjee

Assistant Professor, History, GSHS, VSP |

Aditi Mukherjee has completed her Ph.D. from the Leiden University, the Netherlands in 2021. Her PhD was supported by Erasmus Mundus scholarship. She has completed a post doctoral fellowship from the International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden University, the Netherlands in 2022. She was a recipient of the Tata Trusts-1947 Partition Archive Research Grant, 2021. Her research interests include Displacement, Citizenship, Caste and Ecology.

Research Publications
  • Mukherjee, A. (2020). “Rethinking Protracted Displacements: Insights from a Namasudra Refugee Camp Site in Suburban Calcutta,” Contemporary South Asia 28, No. 1, 58-73 (Scopus Indexed)
  • Lorea, C.E., A. Mukherjee, D. Roy, (2023). “A Dalit Religion Online: Clashing Sensoryscapes and Remote Ethnographies behind the Screen,” Dialectical Anthropology, Special Issue: Limits of Online Visibility (Scopus Indexed)
  • Mukherjee, A. (2021). “Displacement, Rehabilitation and Vernacular Press Discourse: Perspective from Calcutta Based Newspapers,” in The 1947 Partition in the East: Trends and Trajectories, ed. Subhasri Ghosh (Routledge India: 2021), 153-171.
  • Mukherjee, A. (2024 Forthcoming). “Dalit Migrant Reminiscences from Bengal,” in Beyond Partition: Mediascapes and Literature in Post-colonial India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, eds. Nukhba Taj Langah and Roshni Sengupta (New Delhi: Sage Publications, South Asia Series.
  • History of Migration and Citizenship, Environmental History, Caste, Modern Indian History
Aditi Mukherjee