Kriti Kapila

Kriti Kapila is a lecturer in Anthropology and Law at Kings India Institute and specialises in socio-cultural research.

As part of her applied research work, she led the research for a major behavioural change strategy for a government health department and also for a social study into the behavioural patterns of young people for a French Ministry department.
 
Kriti studied at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and completed her PhD at the London School of Economics. She subsequently held the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge and was also a Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge. She is also Co-Director of Herald, a project aimed at facilitating the setting up of emergency healthcare in different parts of the world.

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Re-imagining the Open Society in the Digital Age: A Bridges Project Position Paper

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