Rajanya Bose is a final year PhD candidate at the department of International Development (DEV), University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. Her thesis, based on a year-long ethnographic fieldwork, is a comparative analysis of processes of agrarian change and capitalist development among indigenous communities in two states in Eastern India. Her research interests include critical agrarian political economy, agrarian change, dispossession, and the co-constitution of class and indigenous politics in India. She is the recipient of the DEV Postgraduate Research Studentship, 2018-2021 at UEA, and the main foundation grant from ‘Funds for Women Graduates’, 2022. While pursuing her PhD, she has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at UEA and Soas, University of London. Prior to joining UEA, she worked as a researcher and program manager at Centre for Equity Studies, New Delhi, India, and as a journalist for Outlook Publishing and the Network 18 group. She has a Master’s in Development Studies from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India. In the future, she aspires to work at the intersection of research, scholarship, and activism, on themes of agrarian transition, dispossession, and class politics. More details about her publication and research can be accessed at Rajanya Bose — University of East Anglia (uea.ac.uk).