Some of my publications are based on challenging fieldwork which called for a flexible research approach, ongoing problem solving, and creative solutions. The articles below are based on ethnographic research conducted among the flood affected people of Bahraich District of Eastern Uttar Pradesh.
Khattri P. 2017. State, Livelihood and Extreme Events: Observations from Bahraich in Uttar Pradesh. Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India (Sage Publication). 66(1-2): (49-64). https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2277436X20170104?journalCode=ansa
Khattri P. 2017. Rural Livelihoods and Natural Disasters: Observations from Flood Affected Bahraich District of Uttar Pradesh. Indian Anthropologist. 47:2, 17-33. https://www.jstor.org/stable/26494029
Other publications include:
Khattri P. 2022. Climate Change and Social Movements. World Focus. 43 (505). 84-90. https://www.worldfocus.in/current_issue?key=444&val=Whither-Climate-Change-and-Global-Warming--%28COP-26
Khattri P. 2021. Pandemic as a Disaster: A theoretical montage for exploring COVID-19. In Sachdeva M. (ed.). Anthropology of Health and Well-being: Essays in Honour of Prof. P.C. Joshi. New Delhi. Concept Publishing.
Khattri P. 2020. The Culture of Global Discourse and its Consequence for Environmentalism. World Focus. 481 (1). 34-39. https://www.worldfocus.in/current_issue?key=30&val=Environment-and-Climate-Adaptation
Khattri P. 2018. Rethinking Sustainability- A Process Facilitating Change: From an Anthropological Perspective. World Focus. Volume 39. No. 8. https://www.worldfocus.in/current_issue?key=113&val=Environment-and-Sustainable-Development%3A-Our-Commo
Khattri P. 2018. Tribal Cosmologies, Environmentalism and Disasters: A Discourse on Development and Natural Disasters. In Farhad Mollick (ed.) Development, Displacement and Tribal Life. New Delhi. K.K. Publications.
Khattri P. and Joshi P.C. 2015. Biomedicalization and Gandhi’s Vision of Health: Observations from Sevagram. Economic and Political Weekly. Volume L. No.10 March 7. Pp- 53-58. https://www.epw.in/journal/2015/10/special-articles/bio-medicalisation-and-gandhis-vision-health.html
The fieldwork for this article was conducted at the Gandhi Ashram in Sevagram, Maharashtra and involved observation of human behavior and interviewing people who lived with Gandhi at the Ashram.
Khattri P. and Joshi P.C. 2012. People’s Perception and State’s Response During Floods: Evidence from Bahraich District of Uttar Pradesh. The Asian Man. Volume 6. Issue 1. Pp- 08-15. https://www.indianjournals.com/ijor.aspx?target=ijor:am&volume=6&issue=1&article=002
Khattri P., Joshi P.C., Wind T., Komproe I.H. and Guha-Sapir D. 2012. Understanding Mental Health as a Function of Social Vulnerabilities in a Disaster Situation: Evidence from Recurrent Flooding in Bahraich District Uttar Pradesh. Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India. Volume 61. No.1. pp- 109-123.
Khattri P. and Joshi P.C. 2011. Anthropological Methodology and Disaster Research. Eastern Anthropologist. Volume 64. No.2-3. Pp- 145-152.