迪佩什·查卡拉巴提(Dipesh Chakrabarty)

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迪佩什·查卡拉巴提(Dipesh Chakrabarty)

Dipesh Chakrabarty (迪佩什·查卡拉巴提)

迪佩什·查卡拉巴提拥有澳大利亚国立大学历史学博士学位,印度管理学院管理学研究生文凭(相当于MBA),以及加尔各答大学总统学院理学学士(荣誉)学位。

他现在在芝加哥大学历史及南亚语言文明专业任教,被当选为罗伦斯·A·金普顿杰出贡献教授,他也是芝加哥当代理论中心的研究员,英语系的助理研究员,澳大利亚国立大学人文研究院访问学者,澳大利亚墨尔本大学历史研究院荣誉教授教职。

2004年,查卡拉巴提当选美国艺术与科学研究院会员,又于2006年当选澳大利亚人文学院荣誉会员。2007年,他在国际研究联合会大会上被颁发“杰出学者奖”。伦敦大学也准备于2010年9月为他颁发文学硕士(荣誉)学位。

查卡拉巴提是贱民研究的开山祖师之一,也是《评论探索》(Critical Inquiry)杂志的两位编辑之一,以及《后殖民研究》杂志的第一位编辑。他是《公共文化》杂志的编辑,《历史罗盘》杂志的董事会成员,也担任《美国历史评论》杂志的编委会成员。他和哥伦比亚大学的谢尔顿·保洛克(Sheldon Pollock)以及加州大学洛杉矶校区的三桔·萨布拉曼洋(Sanjay Subrahmanyam)是《跨学科南亚研究》(由芝加哥大学、哥伦比亚大学以及加州大学三家联合出版)系列的编辑。查卡拉巴提也是柏林洪堡论坛专家委员会成员。

查卡拉巴提是柏林科学研究所的成员(2008-09),维也纳人类研究所学者,华盛顿大学卡茨教授(2009);曼切斯特大学霍兹华兹访问教授(2010),Iowa大学杰出访问教授(2002);明尼苏达大学高等研究所杰出访问学者(2007);立陶宛维尔纽斯欧盟人文大学访问教授(2006);纽约普拉特研究院常驻学者(2005);悉尼大学访问研究学者(2005 & 2009);尼赫鲁大学历史研究中心访问学者(2005);纽约州立大学人文中心(2004);加尔各答社会科学研究中心(2003);普林斯顿人文研究院访问学者(2002);加州大学伯克莱分校历史系访问副教授。此外还参与了在澳大利亚、印度以及美国其他地方的研究项目。

他的论著包括:《工人阶级历史之思考:孟加拉 1890 – 1940》(普林斯顿出版社:1989, 2000);《欧洲的省份化:后殖民思想以及历史差异》(普林斯顿, 2000,第二版, 2007);《现代性的居所:贱民研究文集》(芝加哥大学出版社,2000)。他也是《贱民研究》第9卷(德里:牛津大学出版社,1996)的编辑(与 Shahid Amin一道);《大都市主义》(杜克大学出版社,2000)的编辑(其他几位编辑是Carol Breckenridge, Homi Bhabha 和 Sheldon Pollock);《从殖民到后殖民:转型中的印度和巴基斯坦》(德里:牛津大学出版社,2007)(其他两位编辑是Rochona Majumdar 和 Andrew Sartori);《历史的公共生活》(《公共文化》专刊,2008,其他作者包括Bain Attwood 和 Claudio Lomnitz)。《欧洲的省份化》已经被翻译为意大利语、西班牙语和法语,而且土耳其语、波兰语以及朝鲜语的版本正在翻译。《现代性的居所》正在被翻译为阿拉伯语。另有两篇文章于2009年被翻译为西班牙语出版:《全球化之下的人文主义》(El humanismo en la era de la globalizacion)以及《非殖民化和文化政策》。

 

Dipesh Chakrabarty holds a B.Sc (Hons.) degree from Presidency College, University of Calcutta, a Post-graduate Diploma in Management (considered equivalent to MBA) from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a Ph.D (History) from the Australian National University.

He is currently the Lawrence A. Kimpton Distinguished Service Professor in History, South Asian Languages and Civilizations, and the College at the University of Chicago. He is also a Faculty Fellow of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory, an Associate Faculty of the Department of English, holds a visiting position at the Research School of Humanities at the Australian National University, and is an Honorary Professorial Fellowship with the School of Historical Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia .

Chakrabarty was elected Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 2004 and Honorary Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities in 2006. He was awarded an “Eminent Scholar Award” at the International Studies Association Convention in 2007. The University of London has invited him to receive the degree of D. Litt (Honoris causa) in September 2010 .

Chakrabarty is a founding member of the editorial collective of Subaltern Studies, a co-editor of Critical Inquiry, and a founding editor of Postcolonial Studies. He is a Contributing Editor to Public Culture, a member of the Board for History Compass and has served on the editorial boards of the American Historical Review. He is one of the editors (along with Sheldon Pollock from Columbia University and Sanjay Subrahmanyam from UCLA) of the new series South Asia Across the Disciplines published by a consortium of three university presses (Chicago, Columbia, and California). He also serves on the Board of Experts for the Humboldt Forum in Berlin.

He has been, by invitation, a Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (2008-09): Institut für die Wissenschaften von Menschen, Vienna (2010); Katz Professor in the Humanities, University of Washington, Seattle (2009); Hallsworth Visiting Professor, The University of Manchester, U.K. (2010); Ida Beam Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Iowa (2007); Distinguished Visitor, Institute of Advanced Study, The University of Minnesota (2007); Visiting Professor, European Union Humanities University, Vilnius, Lithuania (2006), Scholar-in-Residence, Pratt Institute, New York (2005); Visiting Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Historical Sciences, Goettingen (2005); Faculty, Seminar in Experimental Critical Theory, University of California, Irvine (2005); Visiting Research Professor, University of Technology, Sydney (2005 and 2009); Visitor, Center for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi (2005); Visitor, Humanities Center, State University of New York, Stony Brook (2004); Hitesranjan Sanyal Visiting Professor of History, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta (2003); Visiting Fellow, Humanities Institute, Princeton (2002); Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of California, Berkeley, and has held other fellowships in Australia, India, and the US.

Chakrabarty is currently engaged in completing two books to be published by the University of Chicago Press. They are provisionally entitled The Untimely Historian: Europe and the Birth of Historical Research in India and The Climate of History: Four Theses. A collection of his essays in German in being brought out by Campus Verlag in Berlin and a collection in Bengali by Ananda Publishers. His other publications include: Rethinking Working-Class History: Bengal 1890-1940 (Princeton: 1989, 2000); Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference (Princeton, 2000; second edn. 2007); Habitations of Modernity: Essays in the Wake of Subaltern Studies (Chicago, 2000); He has also edited (with Shahid Amin) Subaltern Studies IX (Delhi: OUP, 1996), (with Carol Breckenridge, Homi Bhabha, and Sheldon Pollock) Cosmopolitanism (Duke, 2000); (with Rochona Majumdar and Andrew Sartori) From the Colonial to the Postcolonial: India and Pakistan in Transition (Delhi: OUP, 2007); (with Bain Attwood and Claudio Lomnitz) “The Public Life of History,” a special issue of Public Culture (2008). Provincializing Europe has been translated into Italian, Spanish and French, and is being brought out in Turkish, Polish, and Korean. Habitations is being translated into Arabic. A collection of two essays translated into Spanish was published in 2009: El humanismo en la era de la globalizacion and La descolonizacion y las politicas culturales (Buenos Aires: Katz Editores, and Barcelona: Centro de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona, 2009).

 

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