Muslim personal law, socio-legal history, developments of law and justice during colonial period
Dr. Afroz Mehdi Road (Street 4), Dhorra, Aligarh - 202002
Dr. Sk. Ehtesham Uddin is an Associate Professor (History) in the department of Law for the last seventeen years. He is specialized in Modern Indian History and has been awarded a Doctorate on the topic 'Formation and End of a Mughal Provincial Civilisation: A socio-economic and cultural history of Awadh, 1748-1856.' Most of his papers related to the Nawabi regime of Awadh and socio-legal history have been published in the Proceedings of Indian History Congress (a refereed journal), Social Scientist, and Journals of State Universities. He has supervised five research thesis. Presently he is guiding two Ph. D research scholars in the Department of Law. His area of interest is socio-legal history, Muslim personal law and developments of law and justice during colonial period.