Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS)

CeMIS Colloquium Winter Semester 2017-18


Room 6.103, Hochhaus (Tower), Waldweg 26 (unless otherwise stated)

Wednesdays 4.15pm – 5.45pm (unless otherwise stated)

 

To organize childcare or for other questions, please contact Birgit Priemer birgit.priemer@cemis.uni-goettingen.de

 

October 25

SANJAY SRIVASTAVA

Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi

Urban Spatial Politics: Class and Narratives of Transparency, Corruption, and Community in Delhi 

 

November 1

IRFAN AHMAD

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen 

Democracy as Rumour: Media, Religion, and the 2014 Indian Elections

 

November 22

MICHAEL COLLINS

CeMIS, University of Göttingen 

Democracy Interrupted? Dalit Politics, Disruption, and the Dilemmas of Representation

 

December 6

RASIKA AJOTIKAR

Department of Musicology, University of Göttingen

'Our song yearns for liberation': Examining female musicianship, caste politics and citizenship in contemporary Maharashtra

 

Tuesday 9 January, 6 pmVG 4.101 

JULIA HAUSER

University of Kassel

Body, Morality, Nation, and beyond. Framing Vegetarianism between Europe and India

Co-sponsored by the Department of Modern History 

 

Monday 29 January, 4pm, ZESS Room AP26

MILINDA BANERJEE

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München/Presidency University, Kolkata

Sovereignty, Natural Law, and the Ironies of Decolonization: India and the Tokyo Trial

Co-sponsored by the Centre for Modern East Asian Studies (CeMEAS), University of Göttingen