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Sharada C. V.

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Sharada C. V.

Assistant Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences

  • BA: Mysore University, 2004
  • MA: Deccan College, Pune, 2006
  • MSc: Sikkim Manipal University, 2010
  • MSc: University of Ferrara, Italy and National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France, 2013
  • Double PhD: Deccan College, Pune (2014); University of Ferrara, Italy and National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France (2018).

Email: sharada.c -AT- iitgn.ac.in

Office: 4/108 A
VOIP: 2551


  • Work Experience

    • Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar (Feb 2019 to present)
    • Research Fellow, University of Ferrara, Italy (2015 - 2017)
    • Project Assistant, Deccan College, Pune (2006)

  • Selected Publications

    1. Channarayapatna, S. 2018. A Study of Animal Utilization Strategies from Early to Late Harappan Periods in Haryana; South Asian Archaeology Series 3. Edited by Akinori Uesugi. Kyoto, Japan. (ISBN 978-4-9909150-3-2).

    2. Channarayapatna, S., P. Valensi and U. Thun Hohenstein. 2018. Archaeozoological analyses of large mammals from the prehistoric cave site of Lazaret, France: A case study of Archaeostratigraphic Unit 28. Actas de las IX Jornadas de Jovenes en Investigacion Arqueologica, Santander 8-11 June 2016: 399- 407.

    3. Channarayapatna, S., G. Lembo, C. Peretto and U. Thun Hohenstein. 2018. Application of GIS to study the distribution of select taphonomic agents and their effects on the faunal remains from 3 Colluvium level of Isernia La Pineta. Quaternaire 29 (1) : 31-38.

    4. Hassani, M., P. Valensi, S. C. Visweswara, V. Michel, K. El. Guennouni and H. de Lumley. 2017. Les petits ongulés de la grotte Acheuléano-Moustérienne du Lazaret (Nice, France) - Origine anthropique ou carnivore ? L’Anthropologie 121: 367-393. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anthro.2017.10.007.

    5. Joglekar, P. P., C.V. Sharada and G.S Abhayan. 2013. Faunal Diversity during the Harappan Period in Haryana: A Review. Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology 1: 262-287.