Prerna Srigyan is a graduate researcher in anthropology at UC Irvine. She studies science pedagogy, ethnographic methods, collaborative knowledge formations, and transnational science and technology studies.
What can a text about anti-colonial science teach us about teaching anthropology? We started thinking together in early 2022 about how Max Liboiron’s book Poll... More
Benjamin Fogarty-Valenzuela's well-written and thought-provoking paper addresses dead on the question of temporal regulation, establishing a departure from the ... More
Prerna Srigyan invites Radhika Govindrajan to discuss the importance and implications of bringing in the politics of loving and laboring to understand the munda... More