I’m an Anthropologist by training, and currently working as Assistant Professor in the School of social sciences and humanities, VIT-AP University, India where I teach Anthropology, Gender Studies and Qualitative research method. I’m also a regional coordinator to Avoidable Death Network. My PhD research was on the reproductive healthcare of displaced indigenous communities in India. I was awarded InSc Young Researcher Award 2020 and UN Merit Scholarship 2017. I’m now editing a book on ‘Ethnography: The Theory and Application in Social Sciences and Business Studies’. My research interests include forced migration, socio-cultural anthropology, ethnography, gender and health.
- Sahoo, M. 2020. Indigenous Practices of Containing the Infection of COVID-19 in India. Avoidable Death Network. Indigenous Practices of Containing the Infection of COVID-19 in India | Avoidable Deaths Network (avoidable-deaths.net)
- Sahoo, M. and Pradhan, J., 2020. Reproductive health care status of the displaced tribal women in India: An analysis using Nussbaum Central human capabilities. Health Care for Women International, pp.1-30. Tylor and Francis publisher https://doi.org/10.1080/07399332.2020.1743994.
- Sahoo, M. and Pradhan, J., 2020. Using Three Delay Model to Understand the Social Factors Responsible for Neonatal Deaths Among Displaced Tribal Communities in India. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, pp.1-13. Springer publisher https://doi.org/10.1007/s10903-020-00990-y.