Associate Professor of Sociology and Global Studies, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
Aneesh is an associate professor of sociology and global studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee since 2004. Previously, he taught in the Science, Technology & Society Program at Stanford University (2001-04). Author of Virtual Migration: the Programming of Globalization, Aneesh is a scholar and writer with self-proclaimed knowledge of the socio-technological landscape of India and the United States. Over the years he has received – deservedly or not – awards and grants from the McArthur Foundation, Social Science Research Council, Population Council, and the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe. He has lived in many places, including New Jersey, Southern and Northern California, New Mexico, Wisconsin in the United States and Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh in India. But such encounters with diverse places have failed – utterly and inexplicably – to widen his horizon.