A. Aneesh

Associate Professor
Sociology and Global Studies
 (414) 229-2234
 Bolton Hall 770

Fall Office Hours:
By appointment (Garland 114)

PhD, Sociology, Rutgers University
MA, Social Relations, University of California, Irvine
Pre-PhD, Philosophy, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
BA, Economics and Philosophy, Allahabad University, India

Areas of Specialization
Globalization; International Migration; Science and Technology; Economic Sociology; Sociological Theory; Ethnographic Methods; Intellectual Property

Teaching Schedule
Spring 2016
SOCIOL 928-001: Seminar in Social Organization: Globalization, Inequality and Social Welfare

Fall 2015
GLOBAL 202-001: Introduction to Global Studies III: Globalization and Technology

Selected Publications

Aneesh, A. (2016). Differentiating Citizenship. Ferguson, K. R., & Petro, P. S. (Eds.). After Capitalism: Horizons of Finance, Culture, and Citizenship. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Aneesh, A. (2015, May). Neutral Accent: How Language, Labor and Life Become Global. Durham: Duke University Press.
Aneesh, A. (2015, September). Emerging Scripts of Global Speech. Sociological Theory, 33(3).
Sherman, D., Van Djik, R., Alinder, J. A., & Aneesh, A., eds. (2013). The Long 1968: Revisions and New Perspectives. Indiana University Press.
Aneesh, A. (2012). Negotiating Globalization: Men and Women of India’s Call Centers. Journal of Social Issues, 68(3), 514-533.
Aneesh, A., Hall, J. L., & Petro, P., eds. (2011). Beyond Globalization: Making New Worlds in Art, Media, and Social Practice. Rutgers University Press.
Aneesh, A. (2010, March). Bloody Language: Clashes and Constructions of Linguistic Nationalism in India. Sociological Forum, 25(1), 86-109.
Aneesh, A. (2009, December). Global Labor: Algocratic Modes of Organization. Sociological Theory, 27(4), 347-370.
Aneesh, A. (2007, June). Specters of Global Communication. Frakcija, 43-44, 26-33.
Aneesh, A. (2006). Virtual Migration: the Programming of Globalization. Duke University Press.
Aneesh, A. (2003, December). Between Fantasy and Despair: Nationalist Closures in the Transnational Lives of Indian Programmers. Leach, C. W., & Gabaccia, D. (Eds.). , 51-64. Routledge.
Aneesh, A. (2001, June). Skill Saturation: Rationalization and Post-industrial Work. Theory and Society, 30(3), 363-396.
Aneesh, A. (2001). Rethinking Migration: High-skilled Labor Flows from India to the United States. Center for Comparative Immigration Studies.