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Updated on 25 Oct, 2016

Prof Nandini Sinha Kapur


Dr Nandini Sinha Kapur is a historian with nearly two decades of teaching experience in the University of Delhi. She joined SOITS in 2009.

Dr Sinha Kapur has several research publications to her credit and is the author of two books, 'State formation in Rajasthan: Mewar during 7 - 15 Centuries' and 'Reconsructing identities: Tribes, Agro-Pastoralists and Environment in Western India (AD - 7th - 20th Century)'.

Her next monograph ‘Environmental History of Early India’ is to be published by the Oxford University Press, India in 2010. She is a recipient of the prestigious Homi Bhabha Fellowship and has been a visiting Scholar at Harvard, Chicago, Columbia, London and Leiden Universities. Dr Sinha Kapur is the Coordinator of the MA programme in Social Anthropology, and teaches its history interface.