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Sria Chatterjee

Sria is an art historian and environmental humanities scholar. She is the founder and project lead of the Visualizing the Virus digital project. Her research focuses on the political ecologies of art and design, with a particular focus on soil, transnational environmental histories, the histories of art and science and the relationships between climate, health, and colonialism. Sria is the Head of Research and Learning at the Paul Mellon Centre in London. She was previously an Advanced Researcher at the FHNW Academy of Art & Design Basel and Associate Scholar at the Max-Planck Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florenz. She serves as Editorial Advisor at British Art Studies. Sria received her MA and PhD from the department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton and her BA from Oxford University.