Shreyas Pannase

Shreyas Pannase, PhD
Principal Investigator, PHILOSOPHY
Harvard University, USA, India


A result-oriented individual with a passion for studying the challenges of conservation-induced project-affected tribal people and to critically write on the rehabilitation process to upgrade the policy and to work for tribal people in Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra and Minorities in the state of Nagaland, India.

Academic Contribution:

Research Article on “Effects of Acculturation of Eating Disorder Prevalence Across Generations of Asian American Immigrants (2021-2022)

Research Article on "2021 California Gubernatorial Recall Election" (2021-22)

National Human Rights Commission second prizewinning documentary film, “Womb of Melghat” (2018-2019)

Based on Tribal Displacement in Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra

Silent Emergency (2021-2022)

A documentary based on Maternal Deaths, Child Deaths and Malnutrition issue in Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra


A documentary based on National Security, Violation of Fundamental Rights and Human Rights of Minorities in the state of Nagaland

National Education Policy implementation in the State of Nagaland, a joint project by NITI Aayog, Government of India and Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal (2021)

"The Global Food, Water and Energy Nexus-Engaging Students from the US, China and India to Chart a Sustainable Future”, a course conducted by Cornell University, USA, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India and Nanjing University, China. (2019-21)

Paper Publication on “Empowerment of Rural and Tribal Women: Product Promotion of Indigenous Craft and Arts in Melghat Tiger Reserve”

A Photographic report on “Promotion of Tribal Crafts and Arts in Melghat Tiger Reserve: A Study of Female Korku Labor in Informal Sector.”


Research Interest