Sonia Wigh (Exeter)
The Body of Words: A social history of sex and the body in early modern South Asia
Taushif Kara (Cambridge)
Abode of peace: Islam, empire and the Khoja diaspora.
Katie Campbell (Cambridge)
Cities and the Mongol Conquest: Urban Change 1200-1400
Melyn McKay (Oxford)
For women there are two Nirvanas: Risk and Freedom in Myanmar’s contemporary Buddhist revival movement
Matthew Woolgar (Oxford)
Communism in Context: The Indonesian Communist Party in West Java
Mallika Leuzinger (UCL)
Dwelling in Photography: Intimacy, Amateurism and the Camera in South Asia.
Stefano Gandolfo (Oxford)
The Streams of Knowledge: Organising the Siku Quanshu.
Shreyashi Dasgupta (Cambridge)
The Accommodation City: Private Low-Income Housing and Urban Space in Dhaka and Mumbai.
Liana Chase (SOAS)
Healing ‘Heart-Minds’: Disaster, Care, and Global Mental Health in Nepal’s Himalayan Foothills.
Hannah Theaker (Oxford)
Moving Muslims: The Great Northwestern Rebellion and the Transformation of Chinese Islam, 1860-1896.
Hedwig Waters (UCL)
‘Living from loan to loan’: Tracing networks of gifts, debt and trade in the Mongolian borderlands.
Lexi (Alexandra) Stadlen (LSE)
Weaving lives from Violence: Possibility and Change for Muslim Women in West Bengal
Radha Kapuria (KCL)
Music in Colonial Punjab: A Social History
Ahmad Moradi (Manchester)
Politics of Persuasion: Making and Unmaking Revolution in Iran
Sahil Nijhawan (UCL)
Human-animal relations and the role of cultural norms in tiger conservation in the Idu Mishmi of Arunachal Pradesh, India
Johannes Lotze (Manchester)
Translation of Empire: Mongol Legacy, Language Policy, and the Early Ming World Order, 1368-1453
Kyle Jackson (Warwick)
Colonial Conquest and Religious Entanglement: A Mizo History from Northeast India (c. 1890-1920)
Ed Pulford (Cambridge)
On northeast Asian Frontiers of History and Friendship
Partha Pratim Shil (Cambridge)
Police labour and state-formation in Bengal, c. 1860 – c. 1950
Callie Wilkinson (Cambridge)
The Residents of the British East India Company at Indian Royal Courts, c. 1798-1818