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Adam Jadhav
PhD student, Geography

Adam Jadhav is a mixed methods researcher working in Indian coastal
and oceanic places. He focuses on the political ecology of fisheries,
agrarian questions related to capitalist transformation, “peasants” in
the city and neoliberalism in the ocean. He also continues to work on
marine conservation and related political economic issues in projects
with Indian NGOs. He has also served as a survey methodologist and
social scientist for an Indian government project on social, economic
and political assessment of coasts during a Fulbright-Nehru
fellowship. He maintains a side research project on rural development
and transformation in the U.S. Midwest. He is trained in large-n
surveys, interview methods and basic spatial analysis. His previous
career as a U.S. and international journalist provided a foundation in
print, photo, multimedia and Web communication.

fishers, political ecology, agrarian transformation, undoing capitalism
University of California at Berkeley, PhD (ongoing); American University, MA, 2013. BS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, BS, 2008.
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