Asmita Jataria has been working as an Assistant Professor of History at DNLU, Jabalpur since 2018. She has worked previously in the same capacity at the School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University (SOL-JLU), Bhopal. She has completed her master's degree in Modern History from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. from Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi. She is also an alumnus of Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), University of Delhi, where she pursued her B.A. (Hons.). She believes in collaborative forms of learning, teaching, and researching. Her specialization is in Modern Indian History and her areas of interest are Gender Studies; Subaltern Studies; Indian National Movement; Partition of India – causes, consequences, refugees, borders, minorities, migration, etc. and how these events have impacted the course of Law Enforcement in India. She is a creative and passionate teacher, fostering a student-centered classroom environment based on mutual respect and collaboration. She is committed to helping students identify and develop their passions. She is a strong advocate of education and believes in its impact on the socio-economic development of the nation.
Asmita Jataria, Dalit Feminism, Volume 11 (Issue 41), Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, page no. 189-193, 2021.
Asmita Jataria, Citizenship Amendment Act: A Threat to the Secularism of the Nation, Volume 3 (Issue 4), International Journal of Law Management & Humanities, page no. 1911-1917, 2020.
Asmita Jataria, Tribal Women - Customary Laws and Practices of Tribe, Volume 1 (Issue 3), Lex Humanitariae: Journal for a Change, page no. 296-302, 2020.
Book Chapter –
Asmita Jataria, Sati: A Colonial Construct in Dynamics of Women’s Movement in India: Historical Legacy and Contemporary Challenges, page no. 273, Taran Publication, 2021.
Sati: A Colonial Construct, National Conference on Dynamics of Women’s Movement in India: Historical Legacy and Contemporary Challenges, organised by Department of History, MKLM’s M.R. Nathwani College of Arts in collaboration with Indian Council of Historical Research on 24th May, 2021.
Tribal Women - Customary Laws & Practices of Tribe, National Seminar on Empowerment of Tribal Women in India organised by National Law Institute University, Bhopal, and sponsored by the National Commission for Women, New Delhi from 7th – 8th March, 2020.
Decolonisation of Law, All India Legal History Congress organised by Gujrat National Law University, Gandhinagar from 14th – 15th February, 2020.
North East India: Refugees and Migrants, National Workshop on Current Researches in History’ organised by Department of History, Gauhati University and sponsored by Indian Council of Historical Research from 21st – 22nd February, 2019.