“Being Mizo: Identity and Belonging in Northeast India”

May 17, 2017. Joy Pachuau, Professor, Centre for Historical Studies, JNU/New Delhi.

Professor Pachuau is currently at the Program in Agrarian Studies at the Macmillan Center on a Fulbright-Nehru Academic Excellence Fellowship. Her research interests include the history of Christianity in India and the socio-cultural history of Northeast India. Her recent published works include Being Mizo (OUP 2014), The Camera as Witness (with Willem van Schendel, CUP 2015) and Christianity in Indian History (eds. with Tanika Sarkar and P. Malekandathil, Primus 2016).

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