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Dr Pum Khan Pau PhD taangthu atomkim.

Dr. Pum Khan Pau, PhD.

Dr Pum Khan Pau pen Lanva khua, Lamka, Manipur, India a om Pa (L) Nok Swan Lian (Tanghau) leh Nu Zen Khan Vung (Tawmbing)-te tapa guk leh tanu khat a neih lak panin a u pen zom ahi hi. March 24, 1974 in Lanva khua ah suak hi. Lamka gamah a ten ma-un a pu leh pate Mualnuam (Chin Hills) ah teengin tua panin Zotlang/Zotang (Lushai Hills) ah, tua panin Lamka gam na lut uh hi. Dr Pau in kum 2006 in Tuimui khuasuak Shillong a teeng Pa En Za Cin leh Nu Thang Za Cing-te tanu Lia Niang Van Ngai @Ngaibawi tawh nupa pumkhat suahna nei uh a, tu-in tapa nih nei uh hi. Tapate: Lian Muan Thang Tanghau leh Cin Khan Khual Tanghau. A nasepna mun Visva Bharati University (Santiniketan, West Bengal, India) pen Indian national anthem (lapi) phuakpa Rabindranath Tagore (Nobel Laureate) in a pat hi-a, India minam lak panin khuaktei/tai mahmah Bengali mite leitang ah om hi.  


Laisimna: Kum 1990 in Board of Secondary Education Manipur nuai panin Cl-X zo-a, 1992 in Manipur University nuai panin PUC leh 1996 in BA (History) zo hi. Kum 1999 in Manipur University, Imphal panin MA (History) 1st Class 3rd rank tawh zo hi. Sanginn/college gina ah kah zolo ahih manin MA a sin cil kumin Mangpau zong pau ngam taktak nailo hi. Ahih hangin cihtakna tawh a kalsuan mi ahih manin kum 2007 in North Eastern Hill University, Shillong panin Doctor of Philosophy (History) degree ngah hi. A PhD supervisor pen Prof Imdad Hussain hi-a, amah pen colonialism, frontier problem leh military history lamah North East India adinga historian minthang mahmah khat ahi hi. Dr Pau in India gamah University/College ah sia siauh theihna UGC-NET Lectureship 4 vei a zawh banah Junior/Senior Research Fellowship (JRF) zong ngah ahih manin PhD a sin sungin scholarship ngaha, tua hun sungin a naute nih college kahna ah pantah in tu-in amaute nih in zong Pasian hehpihna tawh JRF mah ngahin PhD sin tuak uh hi.

Pasian um ngiatin a thu leh la a lunggulh mahmah mi khat ahih mah bangin Dr Pau in a omna peuhpeuh ah biakna pawlpite tawh kipawl nuamsa hi.  Khristian innsung pan khangkhia ahih bangin Pasian thu tawh a kipattah mi hi-a, tuamah bangin a khangno cil akipanin khangno sungah mi kizang khat ahi hi. Biakna leh pawlpi thupisak in a kizat theihnate ah makai zong sem kawikawi hi. 

A pa Nok Swan Lian pen minam a it leh vei ngiat leh a minam adinga a nuntakna hun tampi a zang ahih manin tua innkuan pana khangkhia Dr Pau in zong a lungtang ah minam itna leh veina lianpi nei hi. Ama lampi leh sep zawhna ciangciang ah a minam adinga mapang nuam mi ahi hi. Tua ahih manin a research lunglutna zong Zo (Chin-Kuki-Lushai) minam thu leh missionary nasepna lam vive hi zaw hi. Minam adinga nasepna (contribution) bangin a ngaihsun ahi hi.

Dr Pau sepna tawh kisai hih bang hi: Lecturer, St Peter’s College, Shillong (2006-7) Research Assistant, Department of History, North Eastern Hill University (2007-8). Assistant Professor, Government Degree College, Dharmanagar, Tripura (2008-9). Assistant Professor, Department of History, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, West Bengal, India (2009-till date). Tulaitakin UGC piak Raman Post-Doctoral Fellowship tawh Arizona State University ah Post-Doctoral research a bawl laitak hi. A research title pen Transborder Community: History and Future Possibility of Dialogue Beyond Borders ahi hi.

Dr Pau’ lai gelhte pawlkhat (Zolai leh Manglai) ama blog http://ngeisoksquare.blogspot.com panin kisim thei hi. Tua banah academic tawh kisai ama laigelh a kisuahsate (published) leh ama kihel khak nate anuai-a bang hi.

Published Papers

1.  “Administrative Rivalries on a Frontier: Problem of the Chin-Lushai hills”, in the Indian Historical Review, vol. XXXIV, No.1 (January 2007) pp. 187-209.

2. “The Interventionist British and the peace between the Meiteis and the Kamhaus”, Proceedings of the 29th NEIHA Session, Dibrugarh University, 2008 pp. 342-351.

3.  “The Sukte Paramountcy in Northern Chin Hills”, K. Robin (ed.) Chin: History, Culture and Identity, Dominant publication, New Delhi, 2009, pp. 128-147.

4. “The Chin Uprising, 1917-1919: A preliminary study”, Proceedings of the 30th NEIHA Session, Khagarijan College, Nagaon, Assam, 2009, pp.315-323.

5. “Unsung heroes of the Hills: The Chin Levies during the Second World War”, Proceedings of the 31st NEIHA Session, Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya, 2010, pp. 305-315.

6. “Forgotten Route: The Tedim Road during the Second World War”, Proceedings of the 32nd NEIHA Session, Tripura University, Agartala, 2011, pp.357-365.


7. “Rethinking Religious Conversion: Missionary endeavour and indigenous response among the Zo (Chin) of the India-Burma borderland”, Journal of Religion and Society, Vol. 14, 2012, pp.1-17, (http://moses.creighton.edu/jrs/toc/current.html)
8. Tedim Road- The Strategic Road on a Frontier: A Historical Analysis”, Strategic Analysis, Vol. 36, No. 5, September 2012, pp. 776-786.
9. “The Ascendance of the Christian God within a traditional cosmology: The case of the Zo people in colonial Chin Hills”, accepted for publication in the proceeding of the Seminar on Religion and Society in North East India from the 18th Century to contemporary times, organized by DRS SAP, Department of  History, NEHU, 2009 (forthcoming).
10. “Manipur and the Chin Hills: James Johnstone’s proposal for annexation of the Chin Hills Reviewed”, Proceedings of the 33rd NEIHA session, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, 2012, pp.437-444. 
11. “Colonialism vs Chieftainship: The Making of Colonial ‘Agent’ in Chin Hills” in S. Thianlalmuan Ngaihte and L.T. Sasang Guite (ed) Democratisation Process in North East India: Some issues and challenges, New Delhi: Gyan Publication, 2014.

12. “Situating Local Events in Geo-Political Struggles between the British and Japanese empires: the Politics of Zo Participation during the Second World War”, in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, vol. 42, No. 2, 2014, pp. 667-692.

13. “Words as Weapon: Propaganda and its impact on indigenous Zo during the Second World War” Proceedings of 34th NEIHA session, Manipur University, 2013.

14. “Revisiting the Indo-Burma Frontier: Jungle Warfare, Transborder Community and the Second World War” (forthcoming).


Papers presented in Seminars/Conferences

1. “Religious Conversions Reconsidered: Christian Mission and Indigenous Movement among the Zo people in Colonial Chin Hills.” presented at the International Seminar on “Encounter and Interventions: History of the Christian Missionary endeavours in British North East,” organised by Department of History, Assam University, Silchar in collaboration with Queen’s University, Belfast, 17-18 March 2008.
                                     
2. Attended a National Seminar on “Myths, rituals and religious practices in pre-colonial Northeast India,” organised by Department of History, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, 19-21 March 2008.

3. Rapporteur in the National seminar on “The Eighteenth century in North East India: Crisis, sustenance, transition.” Department of History, NEHU, 26-27 March 2008.

4. “The Sukte Paramountcy in Northern Chin Hills: Studying the Origin and Development”, presented at the International Seminar on “Exploring the history, culture and identity of the Chins” at Mizoram University, 13-15 October 2008, organised by Department of History, MZU in collaboration with the Chin National Council and the Chin Forum and sponsored by Euro-Burma Office, Brussels.

5. “Peace politics between the Meiteis and the Kamhaus: A study of the role of the British,” presented at the 29th Session of the North East India History Association, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam, 6-8 November, 2008.

6. “Propaganda as an Imperial tool in Chin-Lushai hills: Interface of the British and the Japanese and their influences”, presented at the National Seminar on North East India and Second World War, Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, 16-17 February 2009.

7. “The Chin Uprising, 1917-1919: A preliminary study” presented at the 30th NEIHA Session, Khagarijan College, Nagaon, Assam, Nov. 5-7, 2009.

8. ‘Religious Conversion among the Zo People: The Ascendance of the Christian God within a Traditional Cosmology”, National Seminar on Religion and Society in North East India from the 18th Century to contemporary times, Department of History, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, 26-28 November, 2009.

9. “Unsung heroes of the Hills: The Chin Levies during the Second World War”, 31st NEIHA Session, Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya, 15-17 February, 2011.

10. “Revisiting a Forgotten Route: The Tedim Road during World War II”, 32nd NEIHA Session, Tripura University, Agartala, 17-19 November 2011.

11. “The Chin-Lushai Conference of 1892: Problems and Prospects”, UGC-SAP Department Seminar, Department of History, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, 3-4 December 2011.

12. “Behind the enemy line: Representation of Zo (Chin) participation in World War II”, International Seminar on History and Imagination, organized under UGC-DRS SAP, Deptt of History, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, 14-15 January, 2012.

13. “Manipur and the Chin Hills: James Johnstone’s proposal for annexation of Chin Hills reviewed”, presented at the 33rd NEIHA session, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, 1-3 November, 2013.

14. “Colonialism vs Chieftainship: The Making of Colonial ‘Agent’ in Chin Hills”, presented at the National Seminar on  Democratisation Process and the Zomis, organized by Siamsinpawlpi Shillong, 19-20 March, 2013.

15. “Words as Weapon: Propaganda and its impact on indigenous Zo during the Second World War” presented at the 34th NEIHA session, Manipur University, 11-13 November, 2013.

16. “Revisiting the Indo-Burma theatre: Representing the Zo (Kuki-Chin) in the struggle for British and Japanese Empires during the Second World War”, International Seminar on Renewing the military history of colonial India, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, 20-21 January, 2014.

17. “Anglo-Kuki Relations in Manipur, 1835-1947” presented at the International Seminar on “The Indian Freedom Movement and the Partition of the Sub-continent”, organized by Department of History, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, 10-11 February, 2014.

18. “Colonial Modernity and the Making of Identity with reference to the Zo (Kuki-Chin)” presented at the National Seminar on “Impact of Globalisation on Tribal Language, Literature and Culture”, organized by Assamese, Marathi and Tamil Language Units, Bhasa Bhavan, Viavs Bharati University, Santiniketan, 20-21 February, 2014.

19. “Fragmented Frontier: The Politics of British Policy towards the Chin –Lushai Hills, 1881-1898”, presented at the National Seminar on “Rethinking Construction of “Frontier” and Identity in North East India” organized by Department of History, Pachhunga University College, Aizawl, 27-28 February, 2014.

Kizopna ding :
Dr Pum Khan Pau, PhD
Raman Post-Doctoral Fellow (2014-15)
Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict
Arizona State University, Arizona, USA
email: ppau1@asu.edu
mobile: (602)-748-8403

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Department of History
Visva Bharati University
Santiniketan, West Bengal-731235

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