ANR Programme 2009-2012
|A Joint Programme on Justice and Governance in India and South Asia
(Hosted by Centre for Himalayan Studies)
mail:arnaud.sauli (at) free.fr
PhD in Modern History (in progress) at the EHESS, under the supervision of Prof. Sanjay Subrahmanyam. His thesis bears on the policing techniques of Indian society in the colonial period.
He has lectured and participated to research seminars in New Delhi, London (SOAS), Cambridge University, and Paris.
- le Camp : les « Tribus criminelles » - Inde, (1871– ), Multitudes n°32 (2008)
- “Circulation and authority. Police, public space and territorial control in Punjab, 1861-1920”, in C. Markovits, J. Pouchepadass and S. Subrahmanyam (eds.), Society and Circulation, Mobile People and Itinerant Cultures in South Asia 1750-1950 (2004)