Sagarika Naik

I am Sagarika Naik, as a research associate-analyst with four years of experience, where I have worked on social sciences and humanities projects for Princeton University, for University College London and for Roma Wong Sang at Trinidad and Tobago as a research fellow, where multiple perspectives including sociology, social anthropology, economic history, military history, and politics are placed in conversation with each other.

My publications, including an article in the Journal of Modern Slavery, and chapters in books emerging from such publishing houses as Lexington, Sage, and the University of Michigan, explicitly address at a macro level Inter-Asian labour mobility beyond critiques of Eurocentrism, globalization issues relating to “ethnospace and sexscapes”, senses of belonging, forced displacement and statelessness, survival and economic migration, and the refugee crises in South and South East Asia.

Learn more at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sagarika-naik-99027513a/

Contact Sagarika at sagarika.naik@ronininstitute.org.