WORKSHOP

14 May 2009

Research and Communities Workshop:

Strategies for research for trade, industry & social justice in Asia, Australasia and the Pacific
For more information, please click here.

With visiting researcher Kanchi Kohli, Kalpavriksh Environment Action Group, Delhi, India.

August 20

Postgraduate Workshop with Dipesh Chakrabarty


SEMINAR SERIES

29 April 2014

Seminar: The ‘Woman Question’ in India and China

With Professor Sanjay Seth, Goldsmith College London. Professor Seth is this year’s Distinguished Visiting Scholar, funded by the UTS Deputy Vice Chancellor Research.

Time: 4 – 6 pm
Where: Room 203, Level 14, UTS Building 10 (235 Jones Street)
RSVP: Jo.Bu@uts.edu.au

Please click here for more information about the seminar and about Professor Seth: https://iosarn.com/events/seminars/

12 May 2014

States of Emergency: colonialism and post-colonialism

With Professor Sanjay Seth, Goldsmith College London. Professor Seth is this year’s Distinguished Visiting Scholar, funded by the UTS Deputy Vice Chancellor Research.

Time: 9 – 5 pm
Where: Room 201, Level 14, UTS Building 10 (235 Jones Street)
RSVP: Jo.Bu@uts.edu.au

Please click here for more information about the seminar and about Professor Seth: https://iosarn.com/events/seminars/

 

14th August

Sumant Badami, Macquarie University: The Agency of Death: Health and Spirituality for the Paniya of Wayanad, a Marginalised Tribal Community in Southern India

Please read here for Sumant’s abstract and biography.

28 May 2009

Anjali Roy, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, Planet Bollywood

8 May

Dr. Sheleyah Courtney, Anthropology, University of Sydney, From Plundering the Golden Temple to remittances for Rama: Princes, Paupers, Politics, and Temple and Nation Building in Varanasi

3 April 2009

Stephanie Jones, University of Southampton, UK, Indian Ocean belongers, 1668-1008

1 April 2009

Souchou Yao, University of Technology, Sydney , Traveling Ethnography: finding the truth in brief encounters

10 March

Meg Samuelson, Stellenbosch University, SA, Protean Constructions of Self and Nation: the Sea as Archive and Trope in Post-Apartheid South African Literature and Culture


CONFERENCE

March 11-13

Intercolonial Networks; Oceanic Circulations: Re-thinking the Indian Ocean
Pleaseclick herefor the conference programme
Read theconference abstractshere.
Read the conference report here.


PUBLIC LECTURE

August 18

Dipesh Chakrabarty, University of Chicago/ANU

“Once Colonial, Now Global: India’s Engagement with the West”

Biographical Information
Professor Chakrabarty is a Lawrence A. Kimpton Distinguished Service Professor of History, South Asian Languages and Civilizations and the College at the University of Chicago. His research interests are in modern South Asian history and historiography, in postcolonial theory and its impact on history-writing, and in comparative studies of questions and politics of modernity.

Lecture Abstract
The lecture will discuss the various ways in which the West has been imagined and engaged in Indian discussions about civilization and modernity, and show how globalization is changing the world that the imperial European and the colonized Indian once built together.


FILM SCREENING

March 10

NAATA (The Bond), Anjali Monteiro & K.P. Jayasankar, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India, 45 min

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