|1. Fakultät für Geschichtswissenschaft, Philosophie und Theologie / Abteilung Geschichte|
Institution: Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands (2007 Dec.)
•Title of Research: The Ali Rajas of Cannanore: Status and Identity at the interface of Commercial and Political Expansion, 1663-1723.
•Institution: Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands (2003)
Awarded in : 2003
Academic Publications and Presentations
• The Ali Rajas of Cannanore: Status and Identity at the interface of Commercial and Political Expansion, 1663-1723, Brill, Leiden (forthcoming).
• “The VOC and the Prospects of Trade between Cannanore and Mysore in the late Seventeenth century, in K.S.Mathew & Joy Varkey (eds.), Winds of Spices: Essays on Portuguese Establishments in Medieval India with Special Reference to Cannanore (Tellichery, 2006) pp.205-230.
• “Asian Trade Networks and the Dutch East India Company: Commercial relations between Cannanore and the VOC in the seventeenth century (1602-1663)”, in Journal of the Institute for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.2, No. 2 (July 2007), pp. 216-236.
• ‘I am not going to call myself a global Historian’: An Interview with C.A. Bayly
by Binu M. John, Itinerario, 31/1 ( 2007), 7-14.
Conference and Workshop Presentations
• "Ali Rajas of Cannanore: Status and Identity at the interface of Commercial and Political Expansion -1663-1723." 3rd TANAP Workshop, 2003, Xiamen, China.
• “Asian Trade networks and the Dutch East India Company: Commercial relations between Cannanore and the VOC in the seventeenth century 1602-1663”. International Seminar on Portuguese Factories, Fortresses and Settlements in India with Special Reference to Cannanore, Cannanore, 20-24 February 2005.
• “Political Elites in the Early Modern Kerala”, Round Table Conference, Institute for Middle Eastern and Asian Studies, University of Bonn, Germany, 6 July 2007.
´Islam in Perspective: Politicization of Islam under Colonial Hegemony in Malabar, South India, 1900-1947´, Kolloquien der Schule für Historische Forschung, Bielefeld University, 8 December 2009.
´Pirates of the Malabar Coast: A Historical Analysis´, International Seminar - Monsoon Asia in the Age of Revolutions (1780-1830): Changes of Regime and their Aftermath, Mumbai University, 12-14 January 2010.
`Observing the ´Other´: The Dutch Information-gathering in the Early Modern Malabar, South India´, International Seminar on European Maritime Activities in Peninsular India, 1500-1800, Tellicherry, Kerala, 18-20 January 2010.