Centre for Internet & Society

The Researchers at Work, or RAW, programme at the Centre for Internet and Society is a multidisciplinary research initiative driven by contemporary concerns to understand the reconfiguration of social processes and structures through the Internet and digital media technologies, and vice versa. We are interested in producing local and contextual accounts of interactions, negotiations, and resolutions between the Internet and socio-material and geo-political structures. We take India as our physical field of research, as our unevenly excavated site of artifacts and practices, and also as our vantage point to reflect on the polymorphous growth of Internet technologies and their relationships with societies across the world.