Suchitra Balasubrahmanyan is Associate Professor at the School of Design, Ambedkar University, Delhi, India. Her research interests centre on nineteenth- and twentieth-century craft and design in the Indian subcontinent from historical and sociological perspectives. Her most recent publications are “Imagining the Indian Nation: The Design of Gandhi’s Dandi March and Nehru’s Republic Day Parade” in Designing Worlds: National Design Histories in an Age of Globalization (Kejtil Fallan and Grace Lees-Maffei eds., Berghann 2016) and “Design in India” for The Bloomsbury Encyclopaedia of Design (Clive Edwards ed., Bloomsbury Academic 2016). She is co-author of The Shaping of Modern Gujarat: Plurality, Hindutva and Beyond (Penguin 2005), Ahmedabad: From Royal City to Megacity (Penguin 2011) and co-editor of Ahmedabad 600: Portraits of City (Marg 2011).

An Alliance Francaise de Delhi & Studio IF Initiative. Simple template. Powered by Blogger.