EDUCATION

2001. Ph.D, South Asian History, Department of History, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA.

1984-1986. MA (History), St Stephen's College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India.

1981-1984. BA Hons. (History), St Stephen's College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India.

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

eighteenth and nineteenth century statemaking and cultural histories in south Asia

world history, cultural History, social Theory, historiography, postcolonial faith and scholarship

The Himalayas, Public Humanities

 

COURSES TAUGHT

History of South Asia (before 1500)

History of India & Pakistan (post 1500)

Gandhi's India: Caste in Modern India

Gandhi's India: Colonialism, Nationalism and Subalterns in Modern India

Readings in Ethnographic History: Theoretical and South Asian Perspectives

Premodern Civilizations of Asia (before 1500)

Modern Civilizations of Asia (post 1500)

Modern Civilizations of Asia (NW)

World Civilizations (pre 1500)

World Civilizations (post 1500)

Historical Methods

Cross Cultural: Ethnographic Performances in Nepal

Ethnography, Development, Globalization

 

 

CONTACT

Bernardo A. Michael, Associate Professor of History, Department of History, Box 3051, Messiah College , One College Avenue, Grantham, PA 17027

Phone: (office): (717)-766-2511, ext. 7117

Fax (office): (717)-796-4790

Email: bmichael@messiah.edu

 

Taali /Minnu (pendant) worn by Kerala Christian women, c. 1989.

Photo Credit: Bernardo A. Michael (2005).