• Minati Dash has worked for nearly a decade with several development agencies in India, including grassroots organizations, development media, and bilateral agencies on issues of livelihoods, mining, public health, and climate change. She is a Freirean educator and trainer. She has taught at the Department of Sociology (Delhi University). Her academic and research interests lie in the area of Sociology of Development; Political Ecology; Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods; Anthropology of Mining; Anthropology and Climate Change; and Critical Agrarian Studies. She is presently working on her Ph.D. manuscript for a book. She is also engaged in working on a project exploring adaptation opportunities among marginal women in North Bihar floodplains in the context of climate change.

full name

  • Minati Dash

primary email

  • minati.dash[@]jgu[dot]edu[dot]in