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Bio Sketch

Personal Details:

Name : Rev. Dr. James John
Department : History
Designation : Vice Principal
Address : Mangalathu House , C. R. Hostel, St. Thomas College, Palai, Arunapuram P.O , Palai , Kottayam , Kerala ,India - 687574
Email : james.hist@stcp.ac.in , jamesmangalathu@hotmail.com
Mob No : 9447140859
Landline No : 04822-216737
Date of Birth: : 29/05/1968
Date of Joining: : 8/01/2001


Education:

Sl. No

Course

Institution

Period

Achievements

1

M. A

The M.S. University of Baroda

1996 -1998

First Class

2

PhD

Pondicherry Central University

1998-2004

PhD

3

Certificate Course in French

Alliance Francaise, Pondicherry

1998

Level A

4

Certificate Course in Portuguese Language

Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

2000

Nivel 3



Area of Specialization / Research Interests:

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION / RESEARCH INTERESTS

Indo-Portuguese History

Socio-Cultural History

Economic History of Pre-Modern India



Career Profile:

Sl.No

Name of the Institution

Designation

period

1

Department of History, St. Thomas College, Palai

Assistant Professor

2002-



Publications:

Research Publication:

Sl.No

Publication

Publication Year

1

“Akbar: A Contemporary Portuguese Pen-picture”, in Journal of the Institute for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 5, No. 1, January –June 2010, Kannur, pp. 107-119

2010

2

.“Religious Legislations: A Portuguese Means of Social Change 1567-1599”, in South Indian History Congress Twenty Ninth Annual Session Proceedings,pp. 215-217, Tirunelvely 2009.

2009

3

“The Organisation of the Santa Casa da Misericordia in Malabar” in Journal of the Institute for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.3, No.1, Kannur, June 2008, pp. 99-110

2008

4

“Portuguese Maritime Empire in India: For God or Mammon”, in South Indian History Congress: Twenty Seventh Annual Session Proceedings, Rajapalayam, 2007, pp. 372-378

2007

5

“Socio-Religious Reform Movements in India”, in STARS, Vol. V, No. 2, Palai, December, 2004, pp. 49- 52.

2004

6

“The Portuguese and the Socio-cultural Changes in Malabar with Special Reference to the Synod of Diamper”, in Mathew, K.S., Maritime Malabar and the Europeans: 1500-1962, Hope India Publications, New Delhi, 2003, pp. 269-281.

2003

7

“The first Provincial Council of Goa and Some Socio-Cultural Issues”, in STARS, Vol. III, No. 2, Palai, December, 2002, pp. 53- 60.

2002



Additional:

Countries Visited: France, Portugal, U.S.A., U.K., Belgium, Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, Slovakia. Spain, Czech Republic Languages Known:Malayalam (Mother Tongue), English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Hindi, and Tamil, Basic knowledge of Sanskrit, Syriac, Latin,