Sebastian Prange studies the history of trade and traders on the Malabar Coast in southwestern India. His work argues for the importance of studying South Asia as part of the wider Indian Ocean world by exploring the trans-oceanic networks that integrated the region into circulatory exchanges of goods, texts, ideas, individuals, and allegiances.
Centre for India and South Asia Research Executive Committee Member and UBC Representative to Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute
Assistant Professor in Department of History
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