Dwaipayan Banerjee

Dwaipayan Banerjee is an assistant professor in the program on Science, Technology, and Society at MIT. He earned his doctorate in cultural anthropology at NYU and has been a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Dartmouth College. His research interests include anthropology and history of science, technology and medicine in South Asia, experimental writing and ethnographic film.

Hematologies
The Political Life of Blood in India
Jacob Copeman, Dwaipayan Banerjee
In this ground-breaking account of the political economy and cultural meaning of blood in contemporary India, Jacob Copeman and Dwaipayan Banerjee examine how the giving and receiving of blood has shaped social and political life. Hematologies traces how the substance congeals political ideologies, biomedical rationalities, and activist...





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