Ph.D., Ohio State University (2016)
Office: AUST 433
The global governance of migration, sexuality and HIV/AIDS
UConn Geography Research Cluster:
GEOG 5810: Sex, Race, and Place
DasGupta, R.K. and DasGupta, D. 2017. “Intimate Subjects and Virtual Spaces: Rethinking Sexuality as a Category for Intimate Ethnographies” SEXUALITIES. First published online March, 2017. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1363460716677285
Di Feliciantonio, C. Gadelha, B. K & DasGupta, D. 2017. “‘Queer(y)ing’ Methodologies: Doing Fieldwork and Becoming Queer” Gender, Place, and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography (24) 3: 403-412. First published online May 2017. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0966369X.2017.1314950?journalCode=cgpc20
Nagar, I & DasGupta, D. 2015. “Public Kothi, and Private Love: Section 377, Religion, Perversity, and Lived Desire.” Contemporary South Asia 23 (2): 426-441.
DasGupta, D. & DasGupta. R.K. Queering Digital India: Activisms, Intimacies, and Subjectivities. Forthcoming, April, 2018. The University of Edinburgh Press.
|Dr. DasGupta is currently working on three inter-related projects.
His work has been published in journals such as Disability Studies Quarterly, Contemporary South Asia, SEXUALITIES, and the Scholar and the Feminist (S&F online). Prior to returning to school for his PhD, Debanuj worked for over sixteen years within several international development, HIV/AIDS, LGBT rights and immigrant rights organizations in India and the US. He is the recipient of the Ford Foundation funded “New Voices Fellowship,” American Association of Geographers national award in Disability Studies, and the International AIDS Society Emerging Activist Award.