– Rijul Kochhar –
PhD CandidateMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Rijul Kochhar is a doctoral candidate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s history; anthropology; and sts (HASTS) program. His interests include transnational histories of infectious diseases; environmental anthropology; and critical theories of science and rationality. He has conducted anthropological and historical research at interconnected sites in India, formerly-Soviet Georgia, and the US, where he explores how a post-antibiotic era is causing a resurgence of interest in a once-moribund bacteriophage therapy. Rijul’s research has featured recently in the Notes and Records of the Royal Society; Anthropology Now; and Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon.Share
AMR Training for Social Scientists
In this Q&A, Karlijn Hofstraat and Danny de Vries tell us about their “SPECIAL-SOC AMR” curriculum, a fantastic learning resource...
AMIS Final Report
We are delighted to release our AMIS Final Report. The report summarises the key activities, findings and outputs from the...
AMIS Project Films
As part of our dissemination activities, we are delighted to now be able to share a series of short films...