Gyanendra Pandey (historian)

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Gyanendra Pandey is a historian and a founding member of the Subaltern Studies project. He has degrees from the University of Delhi and the University of Oxford, and since 2005 has been at Emory University where he holds a professorship. He had previously held a Rhodes Scholarship and was a Research Fellow of two Oxford colleges, Wolfson and Lincoln, between 1974–78. A period as a lecturer at the University of Leeds and then the University of Hyderabad was followed in 1980 by a Fellowship at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences in Kolkata. In 1985 he became a professor at the University of Allahabad, moving to a similar position at the University of Delhi for the period 1986–1998. His last position prior to his appointment at Emory was at Johns Hopkins University, which he joined in 1998 as Professor of Anthropology and History and where he also chaired the Department of Anthropology.[1][2]

Pandey has written widely on the subjects of South Asian and African-American history, on colonial and post-colonial themes, and on matters relating to subaltern studies.[1]




  1. ^ a b "Gyanendra Pandey". Emory University. Retrieved 2011-09-18. 
  2. ^ Pandey, Gyanendra. "Curriculkum Vitae: Gyanendra Pandey". Retrieved 2011-09-18. 

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