Dr Aditya Ray

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About me

I am a Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management. My research centres around exploring intersections between contemporary urban, social and economic transformations taking place today, with a focus on digital working lives, ethics and mobility.

My PhD and postdoctoral work, funded by the ESRC, has looked at labour geographies of India's new services economy, focussing on working lives of those engaged at the margins of its IT & BPM sectors. Currently, I am working on a study documenting lives and experiences of digital app-based workers in the aftermath of COVID-19 in urban India, and their negotiations with the state, platform companies and traditional labour market intermediaries.
Since 2022, I have also been involved in a project analysing data drawn from a large-scale study of transnational mobility amongst tech workers in the UK and India.

Alongside my research, I teach and supervise students at UWE on a broad range of topics in geography, development and environmental managment, including: geographies of globalisation, global cities and urbanisms; environment and social justice; geographical research methods. I have previously taught and supervised students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at University of Sheffiled and Queen Mary University of London.

I welcome enquiries from prospective PhD researchers on topics related to global development, labour and employment, cities, digitalisation and sustainability.

Feel free to browse my website to know more about my work, CV and publications here


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