Anuradha is a Scientific Secretary at the Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH) in New Delhi. Her post is shared with the French Institute in India (IFI), French Embassy in India in the University, and the Scientific sector.
As a scientific secretary, she is in charge of assisting the direction with events organization, maintaining the website and CSH’s communication tools (newsletters and social networks) as well as managing its databases (publications, GIS data, etc.).
She is a Ph.D. research scholar and currently, she is working on her thesis in French at the Centre for French and Francophone Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Her doctoral thesis topic is “the role of cinema in the persistence of Western perceptions of Africa in the films of Michel Ocelot”. Her Ph.D. dissertation discusses the French films based on the image of Africa, such as their tradition, culture, and social issues. She has written her master’s dissertation on the Critique of Modernity in the novel titled: “Le Monde sans les enfants et autres histoires” by Philippe Claudel at the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Delhi.