Dr. Sudev Sheth is a Senior Lecturer of International Studies at The Lauder Institute where he teaches perspectives on entrepreneurship, global capitalism, and leadership. He also holds an appointment in the Department of History at the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the social and cultural history of South Asia, business history, and family enterprise in societies past and present.
His latest article focuses on how two slightly different versions of an old medieval diary can have radical consequences for how Hindu, Muslim, and Sikh groups in South Asia understand each other. This article on a famous 17th century Mughal travelogue is now available for download here.