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Sravanthi Dasari

Graduate Student

Anthropology, Sociocultural


Building & Room:

BSB 2102


1007 W. Harrison


I am a sociocultural anthropologist interested in the study of social movements. My doctoral research focuses on questions of intimacy and intergenerationality in mass social movements. I study the Telangana Armed Struggle which was a leftist peasant led struggle for economic and social justice.

Selected Grants

Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, UIC, Graduate Student Prize, 2022

UIC, Joshua J. Terry Graduate Award, 2021

UIC, Keegan Travel Award, 2022


M.A. in Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago – 2021
M.Phil in Women’s Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India – 2016
M.A. in Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India – 2011
B.Tech in Information Technology, Anna University, India - 2006

Research Currently in Progress

Intimacy and intergenerationality in the space of mass movements: a study of the Telangana Armed Struggle