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04:00-06:00 Talk by Barbara Nell Ramusack
10:05 - Asian Cinema: Towards a Research and Teaching Agenda
Asian Cinema: Towards a Research and Teaching Agenda
Asian Cinema: Towards a Research and Teaching Agenda - 05:05
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Ph.D. students at CSCS

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CSCS currently houses Ph.D. students at different levels of their research. This folder contains a brief summary of their work, the different areas they are exploring and links to their publications and projects.
Ph.D. students at CSCS Bitasta Das' Home Page
Bitasta Das is Second year Research student at CSCS. She was a Gold Medallist in MA in Cultural Studies [Tezpur University]and has a NET in Folk Literature.
Ph.D. students at CSCS Dunkin Jalki's home page
Dunkin Jalki is a third year Ph.D. student at CSCS.
Ph.D. students at CSCS Meera Ashar
Meera Ashar is a fourth year Ph.D. student.
Ph.D. students at CSCS Nishant Shah's home page
Nishant Shah is a third year Ph.D. student at CSCS. After working as a cultural consultant with Yahoo India and Partecs : Participatory Technologies, he is currently involved in working as an information architect for projects on online education and digital communities with CSCS and Khoj Studios, New Delhi. Nishant is currently at the National Central University, Taiwan, as a visiting scholar. Nishant has interests in cybercultures, translation, and creative writing, and lives his life behind the screen, encrypting his days on his blog.
Ph.D. students at CSCS Sahana's home page
Sahana is a Second year Research student at CSCS and holds an MA in English [Kuvempu University].
Ph.D. students at CSCS Sushumna K's home page
Sushumna is a third year student at CSCS, Bangalore. She has an MA in English (Cultural Studies) from CIEFL, Hyderabad. She has worked as a Translation Assistant at CSCS and she teaches the CSCS MA Online course.
Ph.D. students at CSCS T. Vishnu Vardhan's home page
I am presently working on a doctoral project on Telugu Cinema from the University of Ulster, Ireland as part of the Centre for the Study of Culture and Society (CSCS), Bangalore Comparative Film Studies Programme. Simultaneously I am also working as a Research Associate at CSCS in its Educational Initiatives Programme. As part of which I coordinate the MA (Online) Cultural Studies and other academic and non-academic activities. Was a Sarai-CSDS Independent Fellow during 2005-06. I did my Masters from Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, (CIEFL) Hyderabad with specialization in Media and Communications and Literary and Cultural Studies. Also worked with AIR as a Casual Compere in English and co-produced a National Award winning Radio feature ‘That’s the Moment’. That’s my academic side. Other wise I am a film buff cum couch potato who doesn’t mind sleeping, dreaming and dancing at any time of the day.
Ph.D. students at CSCS Teena Antony's home page
Teena is a Third year Research Student from CSCS, with an MA in English (Literary and Cultural Studies)[CIEFL].