Dr. Chandan Kr. Sarma

Dr. Chandan Kr. Sarma
Dr. Chandan Kr. Sarma
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Associate Professor
History

Profile

Education: M. A., LL.B.

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Professor in Nowgong Girls’ College from 1997 to 2002.
  • Assistant Professor in Dibrugarh University from 2002 till Date.

Specialisation/ Area of Interest:

  • Ancient India, Political history, Environmental History, Historiography.

Administrative Assignments:

  • Co-ordinator, Buddhist Study Centre.
  • Co-coordinator, UGC-NET Cell.

Publications

Research Publications:

  1. Vaishnavite occult Practices in Medieval Assam in D. Nath (edited ) Religion and Society in North East India’ (ed), Guwahati, 2011.
  2. Census and Social Mobility in 19th Century Assam, Proceedings, North East India History Association, 2012.
  3. Eric Hobsbawm, Prakash, Novembver, 2012, ISSN 2279-0683.
  4. Itihash Chetanar Samajik Potobhumi, Prakash, January, 2012, ISSN 2279-0683.
  5. Theravadi Buddhism among the Tai Buddhist Communities of Assam and the Burmese Influence in Journal of Historical Research, Dept. of History, Dibrugarh University, Volume-XVIII, 2013.
  6. History writing and Historical Consciousness in Colonial Assam, Proceedings, North East India History Association, 2013.

Books and Chapters:

  1. Vaishnavite occult Practices in Medieval Assam in D. Nath (edited) Religion and Society in North East India’ (ed), Guwahati, 2011.

Presentations:

  1. Ethnicity, Ethnic Conflicts and Changing Perspectives of the Pasts in the National Seminar on Inter-Ethnic Conflict in Northeast India organized by the Institute of Tai Studies & Research and sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi, held on 24-25th April, 2010.
  2. Social Exclusion and Ethnic Politics  in the National Seminar on Social Exclusion and Conflict in Northeast India, organized by the Institute of Tai Studies & Research and Sponsored by ICSSR, held on January 8-9, 2011.
  3. Politics of Identity & Ethnic Conflict in North East: Hope for the future in the Two Day Workshop on Conflict Transformation: Perspectives on North East India Organised by Equal Opportunity Cell in Collaboration with Department of Sociology, Tezpur University on February 17-18, 2011.
  4. Identity Politics, Civic Engagement and Ethnic Conflict in North East India in the National Seminar on Recent Trends in Social Science Research in North- East India, Dept. of Sociology, Dibrugarh University, March 25th, 2011.
  5. The Brahmaputra and Colonialism: Changing History of River in the 19th Century.in the International Seminar on River, Society and Sustainable Development, Dibrugarh University on 26th to 29th May, 2011.
  6. Social Exclusion and Inclusive Development: Perspectives from North East India, National Seminar on Social Exclusion and Inclusive Development in North-East India: Challenges and opportunities, North Guwahati College, Ghy, 10th and 11th June, 2011.
  7. Gandhian Philosophy and its Relevance in 21st century, Dept. of Political Science, Sonari College on 22nd October, 2011.
  8. Census, Classification and Social Mobility in Colonial Assam, XXXIInd Annual Conference of NEIHA, Tripura on 19th November 2011.
  9. Gender identity and Social Mobility in Colonial Assam, International Seminar on Changing Patriarchies and Gendered constructs: Gender History in North East India in Assam University, Silchar, 18-20th January 2012.
  10. Historiography and History in Pre-Colonuial and Colonial Assam on Lives of Indian Saints and Claims of Devotion: Comparative Perspectives, Tezpur University on 15th-16th February 2012.
  11. Understanding Identity, Ethnicity and Violence in Assam in the National Seminar Understanding Social Problems in North East India, Dept. of Sociology, D.U., 23rd March 2013.
  12. Histories, Translations and Changing Ideas in Colonial Assam, National Seminar on Translation and Assamese Literature: History and Theory on 7th and 8th March 2014.
  13. Public History and Historical Memory in Contemporary North East India.  In National Seminar, Reconstructing Histories: Memories, Traditions and Customs, Dept. of History, Tripura University on 6th and 7th February, 2012.
  14. Understanding Ethnic Politics and Historical Consciousness in the 20th Century Assam, Organized by Department of History, S.M.D. College, Charing, 30th and 31st March 2013.

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