Art History & Visual
Her research includes testimony of lords' trial: terracotta religious structures of 'Bengal', Art-history in between State
and its Artistic Heritage, Archive, Exhibition and Academia: Accommodation and Resistance. At present engaged in researching
on 'vernacular in contemporary art'.
She is the recipient of Nehru Memorial Trust Fellowship, Small Study Research Grant of
Nehru Trust for Indian Collection at Victoria & Albert Museum, UGC-SAP travel grant. Her selected Publications include articles
- Dolvi Ispat Plantation and its landscaping project (2008), "Art History beyond Academia' (2007), "Moulded Plaque - Jack of
All Trades' (2004), "Technique, Time and Form in Ancient Indian Terracotta Sculptures" (2003).
Her selected conferences are
symposium 'Ground Plan for Battle : Two Ways of Life - Global and Romani' (2009) the conference is 'Archiving The Art
Histories: Exigencies and Challenges in Pedagogy and Research' (2009) 12th International Conference of International Planning
History Society (IPHS 2006), She was member of the Academic Committee in the symposium Cultures in Diaspora: Journeys and (Dis)placements
in the Contemporary Cultural by EUMEDNET Research Group, University of Malaga, (2009) and one of the Trustee in Art,
Resource and Teaching, Bangalore (2009)