Partnerships

School of Cultural Texts and Records, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India

School of Cultural Texts and Records, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India

The School of Cultural Texts and Records was a key project partner in the AHRC-funded project Famine and Dearth in Britain and India: Connected Cultural Histories of Food Security, 1550-1800, led by Dr Ayesha Mukherjee.

The Department of Persian, Delhi University

The Department of Persian, Delhi University, is project partner in the ERC-funded project Forms of Law in the Early Modern Persianate World, 17th-19th centuries. The key academic leading Delhi University’s contribution is Prof. Chander Shekhar, with whom Dr Nandini Chatterjee has collaborated in other projects.

There are long-standing relations between the Department of English, Delhi University and the University of Exeter. Prof. Regenia Gagnier and Prof. Sumanyu Satapathy, are currently organising a 2-day workshop at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Simla, India, in May 2017. 

Philipps-Universit├Ąt Marburg, Germany

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany is project partner in the ERC-funded project Forms of Law in the Early Modern Persianate World, 17th-19th centuries. Prof. Christoph Werner, Centre for Near and Middle Eastern Studies, is the key academic leading Marburg’s contribution to this project. The project’s activities will include collaboration between Marburg and Exeter on a major Digital Humanities project, centred around the website Asnad.

University of Virginia, U.S.A

University of Virginia, U.S.A. is project partner in the ERC-funded project Forms of Law in the Early Modern Persianate World, 17th-19th centuries. The key academic leading Virginia’s contribution is Dr Fahad Bishara of the Department of History.

National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, India

The partnership with NIAS was established through the research colloboration between Gill Juleff (Exeter) and Sharada Srinivasan (NIAS). This led to gaining two UKIERI awards to establish a split-site PhD programme for both Archaeology and Drama, with students supervised across the two institutions. Now in its fourth year, the programme is producing innovate interdisciplinary PhD projects. In addtion, collaborative research projects involving faculty from both institutions in both Archaeology and Drama are continuing to develop.

Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter

The University has a close connection with Exeter's award-winning museum, which contains an extensive collection of artefacts from South Asia. Tony Eccles, Curator of Ethnography at the RAMM, is keen to develop research projects with the Centre working with the RAMM.