by Divya Sharma and V. Gajendra, Relational Pathways project In the Relational Pathways project we are trying to understand the pathways in and out of poverty for farmers in India and Kenya. ‘Green Revolutions’ are a prominent way of discussing how farmers can benefit from technology. In Tamil Nadu, India, we have been using a…
About Divya Sharma
Researcher - Agrarian Transformations
Divya Sharma is a Research Fellow in Agrarian Transformations at SPRU (Science Policy Research Unit). Her research draws on the subfields of political ecology, critical development studies, historical sociology, agrarian studies, and science and technology studies and employs qualitative methodologies. She is interested in postcolonial rural transformations, mapping changing landscapes of work, agro-ecology and the politics of sustainability. She is a researcher with the ESRC-DFID project 'Relational Pathways: Mapping Agency and Poverty Dynamics Through Green Revolutions'.