Sarath Pillai is a PhD candidate in the History Department at the University of Chicago. His doctoral thesis is a legal and intellectual history of the rise and fall of federalist ideas in interwar and postwar South Asia. He holds a MSL from Yale Law School and a post-graduate diploma in archives management from the National Archives of India, Delhi. His writing has appeared in various publications, including Law and History Review, Archives and Records, Economic and Political Weekly, The Book Review, Scroll.in, and The Diplomat.
Archival Futures: The Archive as a Place and the Place of the Archive
Rethinking the research archive in an age of pandemics and digitization....