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AISSR, University of Amsterdam

What happens to care for aging parents when their children migrate? Based on ethnographic fieldwork with families from Kerala, India, I explore how digital technologies shape family care at a distance. Read more in Calling Family: Digital Technologies and the Making of Transnational Care Collectives 
(August 2023, Rutgers University Press).

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AISSR, University of Amsterdam

As a collaborator on the project Meer dan doof (More than Deaf), led by Dr. Anja Hiddinga, I explored how technologies actively influence how deaf and heard-of-hearing youngsters relate to other people and establish feelings of belonging. 

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Disordered eating
in India

Heidelberg University

In North India, during my internship at a health-oriented NGO in 2010, I met a girl who had trouble with eating. How could a clash between mainstream gender expectations and development impact women's mental health?

Read more in my articles What keeps Maya from eating? A case study of disordered eating from North India

and Of Food and Friendship: The Methods to Understanding Eating Disorders in India.

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