Sukanya Sharma
Professor & Head
Contact: +91 361 258 2559
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■ Research Interests:

■ Publication:
  1. Sukanya Sharma. 2020. Using Pottery to Study Past Economic Organisations of Northeast India. Converging Spectrum of Anthropology With Assam and its Nearby Areas. IBH Publishers, India
  2. Priyanka Tamta and Sukanya Sharma. 2020. Understanding the pattern and distribution of sculptural and architectural remains in the archaeological site of Kamakhya. Archaeological Research in Asia. Elsevier
  3. Sukanya Sharma. 2019. Hominid Adaptation in Prehistoric Northeast India with special emphasis on the Ganol and Rongram River Valley, Garo Hills, Meghalaya. Rock Art Heritage of Northeast India. Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts
  4. Pallavi Rani and Sukanya Sharma. 2019. Inspirations of Visual Forms: A Study on Painted Mud Houses of Eastern Jharkhand. Journal of Adivasi andIndigenous Studies. A bi-annual peer-reviewed online journal posted on
  5. Jitendra Kumar and Sukanya Sharma. 2019. Slope Instability and Reaarange ment of Sealed Sites: A Study in Digaru-Kolong River Valley. Puratattava. Indian Archaeological Society

■ Conference Proceedings:
    ■ Current Courses:
    Course No Course Title Level
    HS 134 Introduction to Archaeology BTech
    HS 721 Research in Cultural Studies PhD
    HS 722 Cultural Anthropology (Seminar Course) PhD
    ■ Projects:
    Duration Title Funding Agency
    2017-2019 Scientific Analysis of Pottery of some selected archaeological sites of West Bengal Centre for Archaeological Research and Training Eastern India
    2014-2019 Pottery Making and its Prospects for Rural Employment: Kumar and Hira Communities Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR
    2010-2014 Virtual Anthropology Laboratory Ministry Of Human Resource and Development
    2009-2010 Source Book of Archaeology of the Himalayan Region: Arunachal Pradesh Centre for Archaeological Research and Training Eastern India
    2009-2011 Megaliths in Changing times Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR)
    ■ PhD Students:
    SI No. Student Name PhD Status Thesis Title

    ■ MA Development Studies Dissertation Supervised:
    SI No. Student Name Year Dissertation Title
    1 Debatirtha Kashyap Neog 2013 Small Tea growers and Moran Community: A case study in Tinsukia District
    2 Jagat Jyoti Sonowal 2013 Food Consumption and Taste among Sonowal Kachari Community
    3 Ashish Kumar 2014 Cultural Mobility of Buddhist Refugees