Ethics Advisory Board Member
Dr. Sheela Prasad retired as Professor, Centre for Regional Studies, University of Hyderabad, India, in October 2021. Her research interests are interdisciplinary in nature and include urban and regional geography, health, environment and gender issues. She has been Visiting Faculty in University of Nottingham, UK; University of Pittsburgh, USA; University of Dartmouth, USA; and the National University of Singapore. Dr. Sheela Prasad has been actively involved in outreach activities over the years through her membership on the boards of the following NGOs in Hyderabad: Anveshi Research Centre for Women’s Studies; Centre for People's Forestry; Mahila Abhirudhi Sangh (MAS); COVA.
S. Prasad and A. Gupta (2019) ‘'Outsourced Pregnancy': Surrogate Narratives from Hyderabad’. , Contributions to Indian Sociology, 2019. 53(2), 299-327.
S. Prasad and K.K. Gavsker (2016) ‘The New ‘Love’ Story of the Taj Mahal: Urban Planning in the Age of Heritage Tourism’, Economic and Political Weekly, 30 January, 40-48.
S. Prasad (2010) ‘Different Readings : Demography and Population Control’, in A. Zacharaiah, R.Srivatsan and S.Tharu (eds.) Towards a Critical Medical Practice : Reflections on the Dilemmas of Medical Culture Today, Orient Blackswan: Hyderabad, 136-153.
S. Prasad (2006) ‘A Small Family is a Happy Family: The Politics of Population Control in India’, in K.K. Misra & Janet Huber Lowry (eds.) Recent Studies on Indian Women, Rawat: New Delhi, 253-280.