anandi silva knuppel
writer, media-maker, teacher
My dissertation research is a traditional and visual ethnographic study of daily practices in Hindu traditions. In this work, I pay close attention to how people speak about their daily practices, how people perform them, and how institutions and sources of authority influence these practices.
My professional work exists in and in between the arts, science, and technology in project management, training and teaching, and content development.
Learn about my projects for Emory University, Duke University, Gilded Bridal, and more.
Ethnography • Visual Anthropology • Religion
Academic • Technical • Pedagogical
Text • Video • Audio
Documentary • Lectures • Photography
Dachshunds • Cookies • Sunshine
Gilded Bridal Web Development and Design
Holocaust Denial on Trial
Evening of Telugu Arts
Georgia Coast Atlas
video editing, videography, web development
Dr. Abdullahi An-Na’im
Gamelan Wayang 2015
Practical Matters Journal
Building a Natya Shastra