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Dietmar Rothermund is a German historian best known for his research in the economy of India.
Dietmar Rothermund was born on 20 January 1933 in Kassel. He studied history and philosophy in Marburg and Munich, and received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1959. His PhD dissertation centered on the social history of America. Shortly thereafter he traveled to India on a scholarship from the German Research Foundation. In 1963 Heidelberg University offered him an appointment as a research assistant and in 1968 he received tenure and was given the Chair of South Asian History.
- 2011 – Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
- 2011 – Indo-German Society's Rabindranath Tagore Cultural Award
- Contemporary India: Political, Economic and Social Developments Since 1947, Pearson, 2012
- A History of India (with Herrmann Kulke), sixth edition, Routledge 2017
- India: The Rise of an Asian Giant, Yale University Press, 2008
- The Routledge Companion to Decolonization, Routledge, 2000
- The Role of the State in South Asia and other Essays, Manohar, 2000
- Mahatma Gandhi: An Essay in Political Biography, Delhi: Manohar, 1999
- The Global Impact of the Great Depression, Routledge, 1996
- An Economic History of India, Routledge 1993
- Gieselmann, Martin (18 October 2011). "Federal Cross of Merit Awarded to Prof. Dr. Dietmar Rothermund". uni-heidelberg.de. Retrieved 27 October 2011.
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