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The Historiography Series Lectures


The Historiography Series is an ongoing lecture series at Historical India that attempts to equip students with the necessary skills to read, interpret and eventually write history. It also aims at the formulation of a Historiography Paper that shall be made part of the content policy of the wiki.

The Historiography Series Lectures

The Historiography Series Lectures
Duration 8th March, 2022 - Present
Latest Lecture 25th June, 2022
Aim Formulating Historiography Policy Document for Historical India Wiki
Parent Historical India

The Historiography Series is an ongoing lecture series at Historical India that attempts in this direction, to equip students with the necessary skills to read, interpret and eventually write history. With a multitude of narratives getting traction, and political motives getting injected into these, the discipline of history is unfortunately becoming the biggest casualty. We believe that it is essential to get an idea of how history is to be written and understood, so that a foundation can be established for future discourse and debate. The objective of this series is the formulation of a Historiography policy document that shall be made part of the website’s content policy.

The First Lecture

The First Lecture
The First Lecture

The First Lecture of the ongoing Historiography Series at Historical India was held on 8th March, 2022 at the Gandhi Bhawan, University of Delhi. The lecture deliberated upon revisiting Indian historiography and was delivered by Dr. Saumya Dey, Rishihood University, with Chief Guest Dr. Ramesh Bharadwaj, HoD, Sanskrit, DU.

Agenda - Revisiting Indian Historiography

Speaker - Dr. Saumya Dey, Professor at the Rashtram School of Public Leadership, Rishihood University

Chief Guest - Dr. Ramesh Bharadwaj, Director, Gandhi Bhawan & HoD, Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi (Currently Vice-Chancellor, Maharishi Valmiki Sanskrit University,  Kaithal, Haryana)

Venue - Gandhi Bhawan, University of Delhi

Date - 8th March, 2022

The Second Lecture

The Second Lecture
The Second Lecture

The Second Lecture of the ongoing Historiography Series at Historical India was held on 24th April, 2022 at Daulat Ram College, Delhi University. The lecture deliberated upon the social histories of Hindu temples in South East Asia - A review of the debate with reference to Champa, and was delivered by Dr. Birender Nath Prasad, Asst. Professor, Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).

Agenda - The Social Histories of Hindu Temples in Southeast Asia : A Review of the Debate with reference to Champa (Central Vietnam)

Speaker - Dr. B. N. Prasad, Asst. Professor, Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)

Chief Guest - Prof. Savita Roy, Principal, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi

Venue - Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi

Date - 24th April, 2022

The Third Lecture

The Historiography Series
The Historiography Series

The Third lecture of the ongoing Historiography Series at Historical India was held on 25th June, 2022 online through video conferencing via Udaipur. The lecture deliberated on the significance of Rajasthani sources in the reconstruction of medieval Indian history. The lecture was delivered by senior historian and famed author Prof. K. S. Gupta.

Agenda - Significance of Rajasthani Sources in Reconstruction of Medieval Indian History

Speaker - Senior Historian & Author Prof. K. S. Gupta, Former HoD (History), Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur

Chief Guest - Shri. Anurag Saxena, Director, Pratap Gaurav Kendra, Udaipur

Venue - Online; Video Conferencing via Udaipur

Date - 25th June, 2022

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