Associate Professor of History
“Publicity, civil liberties and political life in Hyderabad,” Modern Asian Studies (Forthcoming 2017).
“The Andhra Movement, Hyderabad State and the Historical Origins of the Telangana Demand: Public Life And Political Aspirations in India, 1900-1956,” India Review, vol. 13, no. 4 (2014), 337-357.
Review of Bhavani Raman's Document Raj: Writing and Scribes in Early Colonial South India, for Reviews in History (19 December, 2013).
“Vernacular Publics and Political Modernity: Language and Progress in Colonial South India.” Modern Asian Studies 47, 5 (2013), 1678–1705.
“The Origins of Modern Historiography and Indian Intellectual History,” a special issue on the work of Professor Velcheru Narayana Rao in eemaata: a telugu webzine for a world without borders (January 2013).
The Origins of Modern Historiography in India: Antiquarianism and Philology, 1780-1880 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012). For a review of the book, see The American Historical Review 118, 2 (2013), 501-502.
“Imperial Ideology and the Uses of Rome in Discourses on Britain’s Indian Empire.” In Classics and Imperialism in the British Empire, ed. Mark Bradley (Oxford University Press, 2010), 54-73.
“The Question of History in Pre-colonial India.” History and Theory 46 (2007), 396-408.
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