New visiting fellow joins IAPS

IAPS is delighted to welcome Dr Andrew Whitehead as a visiting fellow. Andrew Whitehead is an expert on contemporary South Asia, and particularly on Kashmir. He is the author of A Mission in Kashmir (2007), which uses oral history and personal testimony to interrogate the established Indian, Pakistani and Kashmiri narratives of how the Kashmir …

Law, citizenship and democratic state building in India between 1910-1960s

Political Divisions of the Indian Empire Law, citizenship and democratic state building in India between 1910-1960s A one day workshop on 10th April 2014 Organiser: Dr Stephen Legg, School of Geography, University of Nottingham  This one day workshop was organized due to a generous grant from the IAPS staff funding scheme. It built upon a …

IAPS PhD Studentship in History

IAPS is co-funding a PhD studentship in conjunction with the Department of History, within the School of Humanities at the University of Nottingham.  We invite applications for a PhD Studentship in one or more of the following areas:  the history of late nineteenth- and twentieth-century East Asia (especially Japan), and the history of migration, labour, …