Gajjala's scholarship engages themes related to globalization, digital labor, feminism and social justice. She is currently in the process of writing a book that examine the intersection of IT ization and NGO ization and Philanthropy 2.0.
Published books include "Cyberculture and the Subaltern" (Lexington Press, 2012) and "Cyberselves: Feminist Ethnographies of South Asian Women" (Altamira, 2004). Co-edited collections include "Cyberfeminism 2.0" (2012), "Global Media Culture and Identity" (2011), "South Asian Technospaces"(2008) and "Webbing Cyberfeminist Practice" (2008).
She continues to work on projects involving topics that range from Digital Humanities and Critical Communication/Media Studies, Philanthropy 2.0, DIY hand-fibercrafting communities, Women's Labor, Circuits of Affect/Care and the relationship between global/local NGOization and ITization. She has given invited talks on related topics.
Twitter handle: cyberdivalivesl
Occasional Blog posts: radhikagajjala.org