Anu Karippal is a researcher at Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, working on socio-cultural contexts of sanitation. She is interested in anthropology, human geography and photography
COVID-19’s important lesson: Living with little
Learning to live with little is not living in poverty, but to cook and eat what is required, reducing gluttony and wasting little
Temple and open defecation: Shifting narratives of sacred and profane
How did people of Karnataka’s Berambadi village strategically redefine the nature of open defecation spaces?