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Dr Chamithri Greru

Research Fellow

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Chamithri Greru

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  • A visualisation tool to understand disease prevention and control practices of stakeholders working along the poultry supply chain in southern India, Greru, C., Thompson, R., Gowthaman, V., Shanmugasundaram, S., Ganesan, N., Krishna Murthy, T., Eltholth, M., Cole, J., Joshi, J., Runjala, R., Nath, M., Hegde, N., Williams, N. 13 May 2022, In: Humanities and Social Sciences Communications
  • From mat weavers to box-makers: agency, development, and the production of heritage in Sri Lanka, Greru, C. 31 Aug 2021, In: Development in Practice
  • Postcolonial and Global Heritage Narratives from Communal and Individual Perspectives in Dumbara Weaving – Sri Lanka, Greru, C., Kalkreuter, B. 21 Oct 2021, Craft and Heritage, London, Bloomsbury
  • Design and the Evolving Tradition of Sanganer Hand Block Printing: Formation and Negotiation of Artisanal Knowledge and Identities Against the Backdrop of Intangible Cultural Heritage, Greru, C., Kalkreuter, B. 4 May 2017, In: The journal of modern craft

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