Sareeta Amrute is an anthropologist exploring data, race, caste, and capitalism in global South Asia, Europe, and the United States. She is currently Affiliate Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington and Principle Researcher at the Data & Society Research Institute. Her book, Encoding Race Encoding Class, published by Duke University Press, was the winner of the Diana Forsythe Prize in Anthropology and the International Convention of Asia Scholars Book Prize.
Her scholarship can be found in the journals Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, Cultural Anthropology, Feminist Review, American Anthropologist, and Science, Technology & Human Values. She has published in Slate and on the Medium blogPoints. Sareeta also edits the series After Veillance for the Association for Computer Machinery. Sareeta holds a fellowship at the Russell Sage Foundation in 2021-2022.