Sebanti Chatterjee is currently a Phd scholar from the Delhi School of Economics, Department of Sociology. She is working on the topic Western Classical Music in Goa and Shillong: Exploring the Indigenous. She completed her Mphil in Social Sciences from the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta in the year 2012. Her Dissertation was titled ‘Classicism’ and ‘Dynamism’ in Western Classical Music: A Comparative study of practices across Bombay, Calcutta and Goa. She has been interested in research on Sociology of Music since 2009. Her other academic interests include Sociology of Development, Sociology of Health, Sociology of Education, Symbolism.
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