HIST 268A: South Asian History up to c. 1500 C.E.
HIST 269A: History of Early Modern and Modern South Asia, c. 1500-1990 C.E.
HIST 362A: The Mughal Empire, c. 1500-1750 C.E.
HIST 363A: History of the Indian Ocean World
CORE 166C: India
FSEM 187A: Beyond the Taj Mahal: The History of Islam in India
Publications Narrative Pasts: The Making of a Muslim Community in 15th-century Gujarat
(book manuscript under preparation)
“Ḥājjī al-Dabīr” in Encyclopedia of Islam, THREE
. Edited by: Kate Fleet, Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe, John Nawas, Everett Rowson. Leiden: Brill, 2016: 77-8.
“Exploring the elite world in the Siyar al-Awliyā’:
Urban elites, their lineages and social networks”, Indian Economic and Social History Review
, 52:3, September 2015: 241-270.
"Malik Ayāz and his letter to Ottoman Sultan Selim I about the Christians controlling the coasts of India", Bibliographical History of Christian-Muslim Relations, 1500-1900.
Leiden: Brill, 2015: 768-773.
Review of “Society, Space, and the State in the Deccan Sultanates, 1565-1636”, by Roy S. Fischel, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago, 2012, http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/6443
, posted September 26, 2013.
Review of Farhat Hasan,State and Locality in Mughal India: Power Relations in Western India, c. 1572-1730
, Cambridge, 2004 in Indian Economic and Social History Review
, 44, December 2007, pp. 540-1.
"Amir Khwurd’s Usage of Sijzi and Barani: The Making of the Siyar al-Awliya", Proceedings of the Indian History Congress
, 64th Session, 2003, pp. 509-17.
PhD dissertation (2012): "Texts, Tombs and Memory: The Migration, Settlement and Formation of a Learned Muslim Community in Fifteenth-Century Gujarat". Reviewed online here
MPhil dissertation (2005): “Stature, Social Relations and the Piety-Minded: Reading Amīr Khwurd’s Siyar al-Awliyā