Tapoja Chaudhuri, PhD

Tapoja Chaudhuri, PhD

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Dr. Tapoja Chaudhuri is a cultural anthropologist with a Ph.D. from University of Washington. Her research interests include political ecology, ethnoecology, critical development studies, biodiversity conservation, and medical anthropology. She is currently engaged in conducting research on the impact of the cannabis laws on the Medical Cannabis community in the WA state. Dr. Chaudhuri has published several articles on politics of biodiversity conservation in India in peer-reviewed journals and in an edited book on Anthropology of Environmental Education. She has taught cultural anthropology, environmental studies, and South Asia studies in the University of Washington, City University of New York, Haverford College, and Seattle University. She has been a resident of Washington state since 2003, (barring a four-year period in-between), and has been following the politics around Cannabis laws in WA along with her doctor-activist husband, Dr. Sunil K. Aggarwal.

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