Piyusha Chatterjee is a PhD student in an interdisciplinary program at Concordia University in Montreal. Her interests are in the field of oral history, political economy of the city, post-industrial landscapes, sound studies, media publics and media in Global South. She was born and raised in India and has a Bachelor's degree in English literature from Delhi University and a Master's degree from the English and Foreign Languages University in Lucknow. She worked as a news editor for newspapers for eight years. Her two-year stint as a curator at the Center for Public History, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, in Bangalore introduced her to oral history methodology and projects. She is currently rethinking her PhD proposal through an intersection of urbanism, media and oral history.
PhD Individualized Program | Concordia University | Montreal - Canada | Started Sept 2015
MA | English | Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages | Lucknow Campus - India | 2004
BA (Hons) | English | Miranda House College for Women, University of Delhi | New Delhi - India | 2002