Pallavi Laxmikanth

Pallavi Laxmikanth

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts


I am interested in everyday practices of eating and care aimed at managing metabolic illnesses. My project focuses on the movement of packed food through households, eateries and app-based food delivery services in urban India. Taking a phenomenological approach, I situate acts of moving or transporting food as acts of health, observing the sensual, embodied performances of space and time through food.

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2015 Taylor, K., Blacklock, C., Hayward, G., Bidwell, P., Laxmikanth, P., Riches, N., . . . Mant, D. (2015). 'You can't stay away from your family': A qualitative study of the ongoing ties and future plans of South African health workers in the United Kingdom. Global Health Action, 8(1), 8 pages.
    DOI Scopus4 WoS2 Europe PMC1
    2014 Poppe, A., Jirovsky, E., Blacklock, C., Laxmikanth, P., Moosa, S., De Maeseneer, J., . . . Peersman, W. (2014). Why sub-Saharan African health workers migrate to european countries that do not actively recruit: A qualitative study post-migration. Global Health Action, 7(1), 9 pages.
    DOI Scopus16 WoS16 Europe PMC14
    2014 Bidwell, P., Laxmikanth, P., Blacklock, C., Hayward, G., Willcox, M., Peersman, W., . . . Mant, D. (2014). Security and skills: The two key issues in health worker migration. Global Health Action, 7(1), 10 pages.
    DOI Scopus12 WoS13 Europe PMC10
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2013 Poppe, A., Jirovsky, E., Blacklock, C., Laxmikanth, P., Moosa, S., Maeseneer, J., . . . Peersman, W. (2013). Why Sub-Saharan African health workers migrate to European countries that do not actively recruit: a qualitative study post migration. In TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH Vol. 18 (pp. 37). WILEY-BLACKWELL.

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