Oindrila Chattopadhyay

ochattopadhy@wisc.edu

Advisor: Colleen Dunlavy
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Oindrila Chattopadhyay


Biography

I explore the environmental consequences of human actions and, in turn, their effects on human health on a transnational scale.

I have previously worked on the intersections of environment, health and human perceptions in the context of India, and more specifically West Bengal.

Education

B.A., In History from Jadavpur University, India
M.A., In History from Jadavpur University, India
M.Phil., – In Development Studies with Specialization in History from the Institute of Development Studies Kolkata, University of Calcutta

Field

  • United States History

M.A. Title

  • “Conquering “Pest-holes of Infection”: Motivations Behind The Rockefeller Foundation’s Work on Yellow Fever (1915-1942)”

Courses Taught as TA

  • History of Science/ Medical History 212: Bodies, Diseases and Healers: An Introduction to the History of Medicine (Fall 2017)