Ms. Aditi Mann (Assistant Professor) is a faculty of History and teaches students of BA LLB. She has nearly five years of experience in teaching in Vivekananda School of Law and Legal Studies. She has done her schooling from Queen Mary’s School, Tis Hazari and was a topper of her school from Humanities stream in CBSE board. Following that, she got admission in Hindu College, University of Delhi, from where she obtained her graduation degree in BA (Hons) in History.
Her Masters of Arts is again from Hindu College, in which she opted for Ancient Indian History as her specialization. She did her Master of Philosophy from University of Delhi and focussed on Archaeology and developed her interest in this field during her research. Her dissertation in MPhil is titled as “Archaeology of Religion in North-West District of Delhi”. Along with her research, simultaneously, she also completed her two-year diploma in Sanskrit Language from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi. She has also represented University of Delhi in Asia Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO held in Kyota and Nara, Japan. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctorate of philosophy titled “Ancient Artefacts, Modern Histories” from Department of History, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Delhi.
Ms. Mann has taught Indian History, including Ancient, Medieval and Modern periods as well as Legal History and Modern European History. Her pedagogy is not restricted to the classroom teaching and often plan outdoor activities to inculcate a better experience in terms of understanding the themes and topics. Besides this, she has also published several articles in National as well as in International Journals, open online resource and newspapers like The Hindustan Times. She has also participated in conferences based on themes such as religion, gender, art, culture etc.