Chandan Bose

xphoto-pagespeed-ic-mcn2_a5yahProfessional Qualifications

PhD in Anthropology, 2017, University of Canterbury

Research Interests

Ethnography, Art History, Critical Heritage Studies, South Asian History and Historiography, South Asian Material Culture, Craft Studies, Memory and Narrative, Curatorial Studies

Courses Taught

Art and Society, Cultural Heritage

Sample Publications

Crating Objects, Crafting Affinities: Work, Kinship and Self in a Telangana Artisanal Household, World Art, Vol. 07, Issue 01, August 2017, pp. 1-20

University of Canterbury Feminist Society’s third annual feminist conference (17-18 September 2016): Selected papers: Craft as everyday site of assertion: How do artisans talk about gender and skill?, Women’s Studies Journal of Aoteroa New Zealand, Vol. 31, Issue 01, August 2017, pp. 81-87

Geographical Fixity or Affective Ties: How do Artists respond to Geographical Indications?, Journal of Modern Craft, Vol. 9, Issue 02, July 2016, pp. 1–21

New Imageries for New Publics: Oral Visual Narratives of Telangana, August 2015, materialreligions.blogspot.in

Authenticating the Craft: Geographical Indication as the new history of the Telangana Scroll, India International Centre Quarterly Journal, Autumn 2015

Chandan Bose, Tuhina Ganguly, Aditya Malik: Oxford Bibliographies in Hinduism, New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Ed. Tracy Coleman

Contact Information

Email: chandan.bose@manipal.edu

 

 

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