My interests lie in the following broad areas of academic research: Communication and Media Governance; International Development; Media Anthropology; Southern and Decolonial Theories and Methodologies.
Please find more about my work in my CV here
My book titled, Community Radio Policies in South Asia: A Deliberative Policy Ecology Approach, as part of the Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change Series, is available here. Here are some reviews that the book has received:
Book Review: Community Radio Policies in South Asia by Preeti Raghunath, in TripleC: Communication, Capitalism and Critique
Book review: Preeti Raghunath. Community Radio Policies in South Asia: A Deliberative Policy Ecology Approach, in Asia Pacific Media Educator
Book Review: Community Radio Policies in South Asia: A Deliberative Policy Ecology Approach by Preeti Raghunath, in the LSE Review of Books
I’m currently a Vice-Chair of the Global Media Policy Working Group at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). I serve as the Founder-Editor of the Media Anthropology Research Collective – South Asia, a voluntary grouping of those interested in Media Anthropology. I also serve on the Executive Council of the Oral History Association of India (OHAI)