Enid Henrietta Still


Host Institute


University of Passau

Enid Still photo Topic Eating relations: community economies, belonging and place-based food in the megacity Chennai, India.



Martina Padmanbhan

Secondment 1 Freie Universität Berlin



Gülay Caglar

Secondment 2 Society for Promoting Participative Ecosystem Management



Seema Kulkarni




After a BA at Glasgow Caledonian University, Enid Still spent several years working in arts management in the UK and India, before completing an MSc in Social Anthropology at Oxford University.

As an MPhil research scholar at Savitribai Phule Pune University, in India, she became involved in advocacy research, developing an interest in political ecology and anthropological critique of development and growth. This new chapter with WEGO offers an exciting opportunity to build upon these experiences and to contribute to the emerging field of FPE, exploring how community economies, agro-biodiversity and a sense of belonging are negotiated in Tamil Nadu.