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Compare Masters Programs in Historic Preservation 2019/2020 in Delhi in India

Historic preservation is dedicated toward the discovery, conservation, and restoration of crucial sites or objects of history. From art to anthropology, students can learn a variety of different subjects that are essential to their interests.

The National Capital Region-Delhi refers to a large metropolitan area covering the entire Delhi region and its environs. It is holds the country’s largest population with more than 22,000,000 inhabitants within its boundaries. There are several prestigious institutions found here both private and public.

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Masters in Historical Studies

Nalanda University
Campus Full-time 2 years Request Info India Delhi

The School of Historical Studies (SHS) is a dynamic community of faculty members and graduate students, engaged in a systematic and rigorous inquiry into some of the fundamental questions that concern historical experiences within and beyond Asia. The thrust areas of the School, Asian Interconnections, Anthropology, East Asian History, Cultural History, Oral History, Economic History and History of Science - are built on the foundation of ancient Nalanda. The new Nalanda University chiefly plays a role as a conduit of India's vibrant intellectual, religious and economic linkages with the world, and the aim of the School Of Historical Studies is to open new frontiers of knowledge on Asian and non-Asian cultural, historical and philosophical contexts. Faculty members combine a rich variety of methodologies and disciplinary backgrounds to bear on their research and teaching of history including anthropology, sociology, archaeology, religious studies, philosophy, economic history, political science, philology, visual studies, and art history. Students in the School develop critical understandings of cultural-political histories, economic histories, intellectual histories, oral and visual histories, history of science, and religious histories.