Sarover Zaidi is a philosopher and a social anthropologist. She has worked on Indian Ocean architectures, urbanism and everyday life in Bombay, after having previously worked on poverty and right to food issues across India, iconography in Islam, and modernist architecture and its habitation in south Asia. Sarover curates Elementary Forms, an interdisciplinary forum on art, architecture and anthropology, and currently teaches at and Jindal School of Art & Architecture in Sonipat, Haryana.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE FUNAMBULIST MAGAZINE:
– “Guest Columns: The City and the City: Space and Semiotics of Muslim Bombay,” in The Funambulist 4 (Mar-Apr 2016) Carceral Environments
– “A Barricade Diary: The Protest Against India’s Citizenship Amendment Act,” in The Funambulist 28 (March-April 2020) Our Battles.