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Ipsita Dey

Ipsita Dey is a PhD student in Anthropology at Princeton University, focusing on environmental imagination and ethno-political narratives of identity among Indo-Fijian sugarcane farmers in Fiji. Ipsita earned a BS degree in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and has been incorporating her background in biology to explore multi-species relationships (particularly between humans, agricultural crops, and spiritual co-presences/deities) in the Anthropocene. She has previously studied ethnographic filmmaking and digital humanities and is excited to contribute to the Visualizing the Virus project. Her work on it is sponsored by Princeton’s Center for the Study of Religion.