I am a PhD candidate at the Governance and Inclusive Development group of the AISSR at the University of Amsterdam. My doctoral research traces a history of fisheries science practices in India from the colonial to the contemporary. I draw from the fields of science studies and history of science to produce this account.
In India, I work with Dakshin Foundation an NGO working on conservation and development.
All my work and publications are available on my personal website
Adams, M., Sridhar, A. and Oommen, M.A. 2017. Contested Cultures an Introduction. Seminar. 702. p 14-17 (February 2018 issue)
Sridhar, A. 2018. Hunting-gathering lives with molluscs, Seminar No 702. p 45-49 (February 2018 issue)
Mather, C., J.P. Johnsen, S. Sonvisen, A.Sridhar and J. Stephen. 2017 Introduction to the themed issue - Poststructural approaches to fisheries. Maritime Studies 16:11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40152-017-0074-4
Sridhar, A. 2017 Engaging with archival texts: Performing disciplinary transgressions between Actor-Network Theory and History of Science. Maritime Studies 16:11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40152-017-0065-5
Sridhar, A. 2017. Historicizing Mutinies against Nature, Seminar 690. p 59-62 (February 2017 issue)