1. Indu Banga, Professor of History, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Publications include Agrarian System of the Sikhs (1978), and The City in Indian History (ed 1994). Current research on 'Hindu Consciousness in Colonial Punjab'
2. Chetan Singh, Associate Professor in History, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. Publications include Region and Empire : Panjab in the Seventeenth Century (1991). Current research on 'environment, society and economic development in Himachal, 1800-1950'
3. Muzaffar Alam, Professor of Medieval Indian History at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Publications include The Crisis of Empire in Mughal North India : Awadh and the Punjab, 1707-1748 (1986). Current research on 'Ideology and Political Culture during the Seventeenth Century'
4. Ikram Ali Malik, Professor of History, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. Publications include A Book of Readings on History of the Punjab, 1799-1947 (1970), and Hindu-Muslim Riots in British Punjab, 1849-1900 : An Analysis (1984)
5. K.L. Tuteja, Professor of History, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. Publications include Sikh Politics 1920-1940 (1984). Current research on 'Communal Ideology in Colonial Punjab'
6. N. Gerald Barrier, Professor of South Asian History, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA. Published articles and books on the Sikhs and the Punjab, including The Sikhs and their Literature, 1849-1919(1970)
7. Harish K Puri, Professor of Political Science, GNDU, Amritsar. Publications include Ghadar Movement : Ideology, Organisation and Strategy (1993). Current research on 'ethno-politics and federalism in India and Canada'
8. Ravinder Kumar, Director, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi; formerly Chairman, Indian Council of Historical Research. Publications include Western India in the Nineteenth Century (1968), and The Making of a Nation (1989)
9. Mohinder Singh, Director, National Institute of Punjab Studies, New Delhi. Publications include The Akali Movement (1978), and The Akali Struggle : A Retrospect (1988)
10. A.S. Narang, Associate Professor of Political Science, Indira Gandhi Open University, New Delhi. Publications include Storm over the Sutlej : The Akali Politics (1983), and Ethnic Identities and Federalism (1995)
11. Tripta Wahi, Senior Lecturer in History, Hindu College, Delhi. Author of The Orient, the Empire and Historical Writing (forthcoming). Current research on 'Irrigation and Social Relations : A Case Study of the Punjab, 1700-1900'
12. Veena Sachdeva, Senior Lecturer, Department of History, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Publications include Polity and Economy of the Punjab during the Late Eighteenth Century (1993). Current research on 'Sutlej-Yamuna Divide : eighteenth-early nineteenth century'
13. Radha Sharma, Reader in History, Gndu, Amritsar. Published articles on aspects of agrarian social structure in the Punjab during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century
14. Andrew J. Major, Senior Lecturer in modern South Asian History at the National University of Singapore. Published several articles on aspects of the Sikh and early British periods, Punjab 'criminal tribes', and 'Sikh Polities'
15. Himadri Banerjee, Professor of History, Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta. Publications include Agrarian Society of the Punjab 1849-1901 (1982). Current research on 'the Sikhs in Bengali, Assamese and Oriya Literature'
16. Imran All, Jamil Nishtar Professor of Agribusiness, and Director, Centre for Management and Economic Research, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan. Publications include The Punjab under Imperialism, 1885-1947 (1988)
17. Gurdev Singh Gosal, Formerly Professor of Geography, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Specialization : Population Geography. Publications include Census Atlas of Punjab (1966), and Regional Disparities in Levels of Socio-Economic Development in Punjab (1984)
18. G. s. Bhajlla, Professor Emeritus in Economics, Centre for Regional Studies, JNU, New Delhi. Publications include The Green Revolution and the Small Peasant : A Study of Income Distribution among Punjab Cultivators (1983), and Administration and Implementation of Price Policy in India (1989)
19. Daljinder Singh Johal, Head, History Department, Guru Hargobind Khalsa College, Gursar Sadhar, Ludhiana. Published articles on aspects of literary evidence during the period of Sikh rule
20. Bachan Singh Hira, Senior Lecturer, Department of History, GNDU, Amritsar. Publications include Social Change in the Upper Ban Doab(l996)
21. Reeta Grewal, Senior Lecturer, Department of History, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Besides articles, author of Urbanization under Colonial Rule : The Punjabi Century (forthcoming)
22. Sukhdev Singh Sohal, Lecturer in History, GNDU, Amritsar. Published articles on the middle classes and aspects of socio-economic history, communal politics and nationalism in colonial Punjab
23. Jogindersingh, Reader in History, GNDU, Amritsar. Published articles on aspects of Sikh resurgence in colonial Punjab. Current research on 'Social composition of the Sikh Leaders in the Early Twentieth Century'
24. Harish C. Sharma, Reader in History, GNDU, Amritsar. Publications include Artisans of the Punjab : A Study of Social Change in Historical Perspective, 1849-1947 (1996). Current research on 'the fortunes and vicissitudes of the former nobility of the kingdom of Lahore under colonial rule'
25. Kenneth W. Jones, Professor Emeritus for South Asian History, State University of Kansas, USA. Publications include Arya Dharm : Hindu Consciousness in 19th Century Punjab (1976), and Religious Reform Movements in British India : The New Cambridge History of India series (1989)
26. J.S. Rahi, Professor, Department of Punjabi Studies, GNDU, Amritsar. Publications include Punjabi Novel (1977), and Mask Galp De (1992)
27. Attar Singh, Professor, Shaikh Farid Chair in Medieval Indian Literature, Panjab University, Chandigarh till his passing away in 1994. Among his major works are : Secularism of Modern Punjabi Poetry (1988), and Drishtihon (1963) and Samdarshan (1975) in Punjabi
28. Karuna Goswamy, Senior Reader in History, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Publications include Wall Paintings of Sujanpur Tira (1971), and Glory of the Goddess (1989). Has completed a study of 'Creativity, Production and Patronage in Kashmir Painting' for the IIAS, Shimla
29. B.N. Goswamy, Sarabhai Fellow; formerly Professor of Fine Arts, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Publications include Pahari Painting : The Family as the Basis of Style (1968), and Pahari Masters : Court Painters of Northern India (1992)