Ahana Ghosh, Archaeological Sciences Centre, Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar; email Ahana
Ahana Ghosh is a doctoral scholar and teaching assistant at the Archaeological Sciences Centre, under Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar. Previously she also held an Early Career Researcher position in the Rewriting World Archaeology program at Durham University and Antiquity. She is using scientific tools like lipid residue analysis to understand the ancient foodways of the Harappan culture. Her work also focuses on the concept of the culinary landscape and different aspects of realities and representations of food. Before joining IITGN, she held a position as Visiting Researcher at Archaeological Research Laboratory, Stockholm University, Sweden. Ahana has been awarded the Student Research Support Award by The Society of Archaeological Sciences for conducting a substantial part of her doctoral research. Recently, she has also been nominated as a Fulbright-Nehru doctoral research scholar for the year 2023 -2024.