Assistant Professor (Adhoc), (Maitreyi College, University of Delhi)
November 2011- June 2015
University Teaching Assistant (Department of History, University of
Delhi), June 2007- June 2011
My Zone / Area of Expertise
Presented papers in international and national conferences.
Participated in workshops as part of continuous education and further scope of learning.
BA (hons) History VIth semester: Wars and Revolutions
BA (hons) History Vth semester: Delhi in History
BA (hons) History IVth Semester: India (1750-1857)
MA IInd and IVth Semester: Partitions in South Asia
MA I st and III rd Semester: Communalism and Partition in South Asia
Lectures on ‘Oral History Methodologies’ and ‘Partition Historiography’
MA Seminar Paper: Partition in India and Its Aftermath
Supervising MPhil Thesis (2).
Secured Third position in Sri Venkateswara College in final exams BA (Hons) History (2004).
Awarded with Certificate and Trophy for securing 2nd Rank in University of Delhi and 1st Rank in Ramjas College in both years of MA History [2005 and 2006].
Selected to the post of University Teaching Assistant, Department of History, DU in June 2007 for a tenure of four years, and promoted to PhD course after completion of MPhil coursework.
Qualified University Grants Commission –National Eligibility Test for Lectureship in June 2006 in first attempt.
Rehabilitating the Refugee: An East-West Story (forthcoming, Primus Publications)
Pallavi Chakravarty, ‘The Story of Partition from the Official and the Alternate Archives’ in Churnjeet Mahn and Anne Murphy (eds), Partition and the Practice of Memory London: Palgrave, Macmillan (2018)
‘A Critical Analysis of the Category of the ‘Refugee-Woman’ in Post-Partition Studies’ in Refugee Watch Online, 14th September 2016.
http://refugeewatchonline.blogspot.in/2016/09/a-critical-analysis-of-category-of.html [last accessed 15th November 2016]
Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Occasional Paper, Post Partition Rehabilitation of the Refugees in India. ISBN No. 978-93-83650-13-2
Chapter 12.4 Looking Beyond Partition: Refugees and their Story for the BA [Hons] Part III: Modern Indian History Course, Institute of Life Long Learning Project, University of Delhi, 2011.
Interview published in Sunday Guardian, Partition’s Pariahs: How they fared in East and West, 10th November 2012.
Book Reviews in various journals (Contributions to Indian Sociology, Social Scientist, Contemporary South Asia)