Faculty | Department of History

Faculty

Much of the challenge and excitement in pursuing academic programs in history and archaeology comes from the fact that these demand proficiency in diverse sets of skills. A good training in History and Archaeology combines a good theoretical knowledge of the disciplines, observational and analytical skills, and advanced archaeological field practices.

At the University, the innovative course structure of the undergraduate program is designed to provide students with both the requisite breadth and depth when it comes to mastering the study of history and archaeology. Members of our faculty are active researchers, trained at some of the best research universities in the world, with extensive experience in empirical research and fieldwork. In addition, our students take courses and interact with faculty across a range of disciplines in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, amongst others, which provides them with a truly interdisciplinary perspective.

Core Faculty

Chairperson, Center for Public Affairs and Critical Theory (C-PACT)
Associate Professor and Head
Professor
Office:
E 386
Extn:
307
Professor
Office:
E 360
Extn:
726
Assistant Professor, Archaeology
Office:
D 216 D
Extn:
431
Assistant Professor
Office:
E 375
Assistant Professor
Office:
214- A
Assistant Professor
Office:
216C

Visiting Faculty