Professor, Sociology of Communications, Graduate School of Business & Law, RMIT University
My current research is on money, gender and family violence among the Anglo-Celtic and Indian communities in Australia. Gender is a continuing motif in my research on globalization and money, the sociology of money and banking, the sociology of migration and remittances, and the user centred design of information and communication technologies. My latest book is 'Money, Migration and Family: India to Australia' (2016: Palgrave Macmillan). My other recent books are 'Globalization and Money: A Global South Perspective (2013: Rowman & Littlefield), and 'The Girls Ate Last' (2013: Angsana Publications).
Supriya co-leads the AsiaPacific @ RMIT initiative at RMIT University.
Professor, Sociology of Communications
Co-leader, Asia@RMIT Seminar Series
Leader, Smart Services Cooperative Research Centre
La Trobe University, PhD/Sociology and Anthropology
The Girls Ate Last, Angsana Publications
Remittances as a Currency of Care: Contested Representations of Money and the Idea of Family, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 36(1): 50-64,
Globalization and Money: A Global South Perspective, Rowman and Littlefield
Money management and control in the Indian joint family across generations., The Sociological Review, 60(1), 46-67.
Marriage Money: The Social Shaping of Money in Marriage and Banking, Allen and Unwin
The Bankers: Australia's Leading Bankers Talk about Banking Today, Allen and Unwin
On the Sulu Sea, Angsana Publications
Bank Negara Malaysia: The First 25 Years 1959-1984, Bank Negara Malaysia
Grants and Contracts
Smart Services CRC
Smart Services CRC
Family And Household Studies (160301)
Gender Specific Studies (169901)
Globalisation And Culture (200206)
RMIT University Research Excellence Award, College of Business, 2013