Coexistence Fellowship Program Manager, Coexistence Fellowship Programme
Dhee is a researcher interested in the human dimensions of wildlife conservation, specifically the psychological and socio-cultural factors that shape people's perceptions towards wild animals. She is the Program Manager for the Coexistence Fellowship Programme. Dhee has an MSc. in Conservation Biology from School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent and a BA in Psychology from Ambedkar University, Delhi. Her academic work so far includes studying human-leopard interactions in Himachal Pradesh and the worship of Waghoba, a big cat deity, in the context of human-leopard interaction in Maharashtra. She is curious about human-wildlife entanglements and how they shape and get shaped by stories, social institutions, cultures and histories. Apart from this, she has a keen interest in theatre and philosophy.