Thejalhoukho Casavi is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Chinese (ICS) Delhi. He submitted his M.Phil dissertation titled “Naga Customary Law and Multiple Modernities, 1880-1980” from the Dept. of History, University of Delhi. His M.Phil research engages with the complex interaction between the colonial legal system and the customary law of ‘tribes’. He completed his BA Honours in History from St Stephen’s College and MA History from Hindu College.
Borderland Histories, Ethnohistory, Colonial Law, History of Tribes, Historical Anthropology
Research Assistant at ICS
M.Phil in History from Department of History, University of Delhi
M.A in History. from Hindu College, University of Delhi
B.A. in History from St. Stephen's College, University of Delhi
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