Ayushi Dhawan is a doctoral candidate at the Rachel Carson Center / LMU Munich, Germany. She is a part of DFG Emmy-Noether Research Group “Hazardous Travels: Ghost Acres and the Global Waste Economy.” Her dissertation research explores India’s shipbreaking business in Alang, Gujarat, its environmental impact(s), and the motivations behind this transboundary movement of toxic waste since the 1980s. Before beginning her doctoral study, Ayushi completed her BA Hons. and MA in History from the University of Delhi in 2014. She then joined the Foundation Year at the University of Leiden in 2014-2015, supported by the ENCOMPASS Scholarship. In 2017, she earned her Research Master’s degree in Colonial and Global History.
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