In collabration with the Directorate of Archives and Archaeology, Government of Goa, the Department organises an annual seminar on a specific theme of History of Goa usually covering the period from ancient to modern. This has resulted in several publications containing the proceedings of these seminars.
One of the best practices of the Department is that in collaboration with the Directorate of Archives and Archaeology, Government of Goa, it organises annual seminar on a specific theme of History of Goa usually covering the period from ancient to modern. This has resulted in several publications containing the proceedings of these seminars.
Indo-Portuguese History, Maritime Studies and Indian History with a special focus on the History of Goa.
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|Name||Designation||Areas of Interest|
|Pratima P. Kamat||Professor||Indo-Portuguese History and Maritime Studies, Gender Studies, History of Goa|
|Nalini C. Naik||Assistant Professor||Political, Social and Economic History of Ancient India, History of Goa, Art and Architecture, Epigraphy and Numismatics, Museum studies.|
|Parag D. Parobo||Associate Professor||Discourse on Nationalism in Goa, Caste Movements and Political Economy of Post-Colonial Goa|
|Nagendra Rao||Professor||State Formation, Transcultural Trade, Urbanization, Indo-Portuguese History, Historiography, Maritime History of India, History of Goa|
|Seema S. Risbud||Assistant Professor||Indo-Portuguese History, Decolonisation Movements, Social movements, Gender Studies and Studies in Indian Culture and Heritage|
The Department, under the guidance and leadership of the first Vice-Chancellor of Goa University and a reputed Historian Prof. B. Sheik Ali, has organised the Golden Jubilee Year Session (1987) of Indian History Congress. Then Prof.B.S.Shastry was heading the Department. The Department has hosted the XI Annual Conference of Place Names Society of India (1990). It has also organised an International Seminar on Maritime Activities in India with special reference to the Portuguese 1500-1800 (2001) and a National Seminar on History of Goa (2003).