Dilip K. Chakrabarti
Dilip K. Chakrabati teaches south Asian archaeology in the Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University. His major publications, besides the present volume, are the following: The Antiquities of Kangra (co-authored, Delhi 1984); A History of Indian Archaeology from the Beginning to 1947 (Delhi 1988); Theoretical Issues in Indian Archaeology (Delhi 1988); The External Trade of the Indus Civilization (Delhi 1990); The Early Use of Iron in India (Delhi, 1992); Archaeology of Eastern India: Chhotanagpur Plateau and West Bengal (Delhi 1993); The Archaeology of Ancient Indian Cities (Delhi 1995); Copper and Its Alloys in Ancient India (co-authored, Delhi 1996); Colonial Indology: Sociopolitics of the Ancient Indian Past (Delhi 1997); The Issues in East Indian Archaeology (Delhi 1998); Bharatvarsher Pragitihas (Calcutta 1999); and India: an Archaeological History. Paleolithic Beginnings to Early Historic Foundations (Delhi 1999). In 1988-90 he was associated with Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.