I work with families facing protracted disaster-displacement in Assam, India. My PhD research is part of the Erasmus Initiative called Vital Cities and Citizens [VCC]. Prior to my current academic research, I have engaged with the development/humanitarian aid field as a practitioner and have also been an arts-based therapy professional. This period of long-term empirical engagement with at-risk communities and observation of policy implementation at ground level, informs my current research.
International Institute of Social Studies
- Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
- Mausumi Moran Chetia, Rodrigo Mena, Kaira Zoe Alburo-Canete & Hyeonggeun Ji (2022) - Multiple Perspectives, Cultivating Communities: Reflections on the NEEDS 2022 Conference - [link]
- Mausumi Chetia (2020) - Traversing the ethnographic route to meet disaster-affected populations: Dilemmas of a monsoon fieldwork in Assam, India - [link]
- Mausumi Chetia (2020) - “Stay safe” conversations that illuminate the glass walls between her and me - [link]
- Mausumi Chetia (2013) - Disaster-Induced Displacement vis-à-vis Policy Framework: The Mising Community of Assam - Disaster and Development, 7 (1 & 2), 46-66 - [link]