He has been working with the fishers of Pamban Island for the last couple of years trying to document their migration stories; to understand their fishing practices before introduction of mechanised crafts; and to explore dimensions of caste, class, and ethnicity in the conflict of fishers at Palk Bay. It is part of his doctoral degree programme at the Tata Institue of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

Other Publications

Prabhakar Jayaprakash, “The Confessions of a Goat: An Oral History on the Resistances of an Indigenous Community,” The Qualitative Report 22, no. 2 (2017): 373.

Prabhakar Jayaprakash, “UNENDING CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC COLONISATION: THE CASE OF ALU KURUMBA ADIVASI WOMEN,” Perspectives in Social Work XXX, no. 1 (2015): 18.

Janki Andharia and Prabhakar Jayaprakash, “Changing Landscapes of Disasters in India,” GEOGRAPHY AND YOU 14, no. 83 (2014): 4.

Prabhakar Jayaprakash, “Not the Time to Take Feet off the Pedal: Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process,” in Disaster Studies: Exploring Intersectionalities in Disaster Discourse, ed. Janki Andharia (Singapore: Springer, 2020), 375-396.

Prabhakar Jayaprakash, “Ethnomethodology,” in METHODOLOGIES IN SOCIAL RESEARCH, ed. Ronald Yesudhas, Lidwin Dias, and Laavanya PV. (Jaipur: Rawat Publication, 2017), 119-140.

Prabhakar Jayaprakash, “Social science concepts for social work,” in Social Work – An introductory textbook, ed. Ronald Yesudhas, S. Malar, and P.V. Laavanya (New Delhi: Regal Publication, 2013), 12-20.