The archive comprises of 300,000 entries since the early 1800s.
NYU Abu Dhabi social science faculty and research are frequently featured in local and international media.
The custodial death of Indian history
Indian archives are in terrible shape. The funds and expertise required to preserve records are seriously lacking. The only hope is to establish a foundation to digitise all records and make them freely available online.
Hindustan Times | March 12, 2023
Interview – Rahul Sagar
Rahul Sagar is a Global Network Associate Professor of Political Science at NYU Abu Dhabi. Prior to this he was Associate Professor of Political Science at Yale NUS College and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, and Assistant Professor of Politics at Princeton University.
E-International Relations | December 28, 2022
Rahul Sagar’s ‘The Progressive Maharaja’ reclaims a lost statesman
For all the supposition that my friends and I are ‘well-read’, every once in a while something comes along to shake that page-flipping sense of false accomplishment.
Tribune India | October 30, 2022
The Global Punching Bag?
The West knows it must humour India, but not too much
Open Magazine | June 24, 2022
Time flies on social media, but it’s better used to learn something new
Outlook Traveller India | March 29, 2020
New Sources for the Study of Cold War India
Wilson Center | March 16, 2020
He preserves Indian history
KhaleejTimes | January 3, 2020
This Professor Has Built A Literal Treasure Trove Of India's Oldest Essays
Huffpost | December 27, 2019
History: Putting India in print: Women's rights', 'A Question of Nationality', 'Moral Sentiments from Kalidasa'-these are some of the pieces that readers of a July 1909 edition of The Arya, styled as a 'monthly journal of light, love, and life', would have encountered.
IndiaToday | December 23, 2019
New database of pre-Independence Indian periodicals from 1857-1947 reflects a nation forging its identity
Firstpost | December 10, 2019
The NYUAD professor mapping the birth of modern India through rare publications
The National | December 9, 2019
The best politics books of 2019
Prospect | December 07, 2019
Discovering India’s intellectual past
Hindustan Times | December 02, 2019
There was another India, reveals a new database of periodicals published between 1857-1947
The Indian Express | November 30, 2019
NYU Abu Dhabi researcher builds digital archive that indexes rare and historical Indian texts from the 1800’s
The SME Times | November 27, 2019
Now online — where to find rare journals and articles from British-ruled India
The Print | November 26, 2019
Kashmiri Businesses Can Finally Use the Internet Again—but at a Steep Cost
Foreign Policy | November 26, 2019
Rediscovering Indian thought: How a scholar built a database of pre-Independence magazines
Scroll In | November 24, 2019
The Monocle Minute: Reshaping the past
Monocle | November 18. 2019
What is Integral Humanism?
OPEN | June 14, 2019
A malnourished Bismarck astride the Indo-Pacific
Live Mint | April 5, 2018
Rahul Sagar: Trump says that classified leaks are devastating America. Here’s the real issue with secrets and leaks.
The Washington Post | February 27, 2017
Rahul Sagar: Are There “Good” Leaks and “Bad” Leaks?
Princeton University Press Blog | February 24, 2017
Leaks Are Total American - They're Just Easier Now
Wired | February 16, 2017