Vengeance and Vulnerability: Gendered Embodiment and Indian Men’s Rights Activists

Some recent articles on masculinity, law, marriage and violence appear in anthologies including 50th
Anniversary Commemorative Volume of Contributions to Indian Sociology (2019) and Men and Feminism in
India (2018), and the journals Feminist Anthropology and QED. She is presently working on a monograph
about the antifeminist men’s rights movement in India, following fieldwork funded by a Fulbright-Nehru
Senior Fellowship, and during this summer, is a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Social
Anthropology at Halle (Saale). In 2022, she also started a new fieldwork project on private detectives in India,
funded by the National Endowment for Humanities and the American Institute for Indian Studies. She is the
President of the Association for Feminist Anthropology for 2021-23.

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