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Sramana Majumdar

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Ashoka University

Ph.D. Jamia Millia Islamia

Sramana Majumdar studies identity, violence and intergroup relations. She completed her PhD as a UGC Senior Research Fellow from the Department of Psychology, Jamia Millia Islamia where she worked on exposure to political conflict and experiences of collective violence among the  youth in Kashmir. She was a Fulbright-Nehru Fellow at the Hiatt School of Psychology, Clark University. Presently she is working on intergroup contact, prejudice and identity performance in computer-mediated communication, specifically looking at how interactions on digital media shape offline prejudices. She has previously taught at the School of Human Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi  and the School of International Studies, Symbiosis University, Pune. Sramana has worked with several organizations as a psychometrician and research advisor on developing intervention based insights on gender, health and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Majumdar, S. (2020). Youth and Political Violence in India: A social-psychological account of conflict experiences from the Kashmir Valley. Milton Park, UK: Routledge.

Majumdar. S. (2017). Appraising positive aspects of shared history through contact- A preliminary model of reconciliation between Hindus and Muslims of Kashmir Valley. Peace and Conflict Studies, 24(1). Article 5. Available at http://nsuworks.nova.edu/pcs/vol24/iss1/5/

Majumdar, S. (2017). Online infidelity and intimate partner violence: Exploring the perceived association among young adults in India. In S, Sahni & G, Jain (Eds.). Internet Infidelity: An interdisciplinary insight in global context. Singapore: Springer.

Majumdar, S & Khan, W. (2014). Conflict and gendered representations of exposure to violence: The case of women in Kashmir. International Journal of Education and Psychological Research, 3(3), 69-73.

Khan, W. & Majumdar, S. (2016). A qualitative exploration of salient incidents of violence exposure among youth in Kashmir: Beyond direct violence, In M. Seedat et al., (Eds.). Enlarging the scope of peace psychology.. Switzerland : Springer.

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