This fortnightly lecture series aims to introduce the work of distinguished and emerging historians to a broad audience in Krea and beyond
From Handaxes to Hoes: Recent Research into the Prehistoric Archaeology of Tamilnadu
Dr Shanti Pappu
Sharma Centre for Heritage Education and Krea University
Dr Aashique Ahmed Iqbal is a historian of South Asia. His research interests include Modern South Asian History, Aviation History, Technology History and Military History and his teaching areas are History and Ethics. His research focuses on the impact of aviation on the decolonisation of South Asia. He has a BA in History from Loyola College, an MA and MPhil from Jawaharlal Nehru University and a DPhil from the University of Oxford. He is an Associate Member of the Higher Education Academy of the United Kingdom. He has previously designed and taught courses at the University of Oxford and Shiv Nadar University.
Naina Manjrekar received her PhD in History from SOAS, London. Her research lies at the intersection of histories of migration, labour, anti-colonialism and cosmopolitanism. In the course of her PhD, she secured scholarships from the Inlaks Foundation, the Charles Wallace India Trust and the Institute of New Economic Thinking (Harvard and Cambridge). She has an MA in History from Jawaharlal Nehru University and a BA in English from the University of Delhi. She previously taught courses in South Asian history, historical methodology and urban history at SOAS, and designed a course on colonial subalterns in the World Wars.