Amanda Lanzillo is a historian of Southasia, researching artisanship and experiences of labor, technology, and social change within Indian Muslim communities. Currently a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University, she is working on a book tentatively titled 'Manufacturing Islamic Modernity: Muslim artisans and industrial change in colonial India'.
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Southasiasphere podcast episode 06: Updates and analysis from around the region.