Revolutionary Pasts : Mangal Pandey to Chandrashekhar Azad
An Online Weekend Course
Aparna Vaidik is a historian of South Asia and Associate Professor of History at Ashoka University, India. She has previously taught at Georgetown University, Washington DC and University of Delhi. She is a recipient of research grants from the British Academy (UK), Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (USA), the Charles Wallace Trust (UK) and Indian Council for Historical Research. Her publications include Waiting for Swaraj: Inner Lives of Indian Revolutionaries (Cambridge University Press, 2021), My Son’s Inheritance: A Secret History of Lynching and Blood Justice in India (Aleph 2020), Imperial Andamans: Colonial Encounter and Island History (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), and her Revolutionaries on Trial: Sedition, Betrayal and Martyrdom (Aleph, 2022) is forthcoming.