Saidalavi P.C.

Saidalavi P.C.

PhD Candidate
Anthropology

Qualification

M.Phil in social anthropology, JNU, New Delhi. MA in English, EFL University, Hyderabad (Lucknow Campus).
Contact details
Room: 5215
Building: HC Coombs Building

I am a PhD Candidate at the Anthropology programme. My work inquires into the mechanisms of social hierarchy among Muslims in Malabar, South India. Conducting ethnographic fieldwork on hierarchical practices and family gatherings, I shall explore how social hierarchy is sustained, practiced and rationalised among Muslims. I shall also explore the implications of these contextual processes for understanding the connections between social hierarchy among Muslims and caste system in Hinduism.

When I am not engrossed with PhD, I write commentaries, blog pieces and poems. They can be found here

Awards

ANU University Research Scholarship, 2018

ANU HDR Fee Merit Scholarship, 2018

UGC Junior Research Fellowship, 2012

Publications

Status claims among Muslims in Malabar, South India Anthropological Notebooks, 2017, 23 (2): 103–105.Download

Muslim Social Organisation and Cultural Islamisation in Malabar, South Asia Research, 2017, 37 (1): 19-36.Download

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