Corinne Lefèvre

Research Fellow

Corinne Lefèvre decided in 1998 to shift her focus to Indian Studies: after obtaining a diploma in Persian from the INALCO (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales—National Institute for Eastern Languages and Civilizations), she completed a Ph.D. in history at the EHESS, under the direction of Sanjay Subrahmanyam.

After her dissertation on the relationships between imperial power and the (military-administrative and religious) elites during the time of Jahangir (r. 1605-1627), she is currently continuing to reexamine the Mughal Empire of the early 17th century, with particular attention to the reign of Shah Jahan (1628- 1658). The results obtained will be used to analyze the construction of the Mughal imperium over the long term (16th-18th centuries) and to highlight the role played by Asian connections in this process

Primary Recipient Awards

French Scholars Series, Corinne Lefevre, 2016

Corinne Lefèvre

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Nov 032016
French Scholars Lecture Series
The padshah’s sacred authority and religious pluralism in Mughal times. To what extent may the Mughal empire be described as an Islamic state? Were Mughal times a golden age of...