View the winners of the CeMIS International Photo Competition 2016, with the theme Inequality and diversity in contemporary India (and the Indian diaspora) on our facebook page now.
Voting was open to the public, and closed on September 19.
This year's competition called for pictures which engaged with or illustrated inequality and/or diversity in contemporary India or the Indian diaspora. It was open to everyone over 18 years old!
Click here for more information about the competition...
The shortlisted finalists will be on display at Cafe Central at the University of Göttingen from October 20 until the start of December.
Find out about what PhD and post-doc researchers from across the social sciences are doing at CeMIS, and why they chose to come here. More videos about studying and research at CeMIS, as well guest lectures can be found on the CeMIS Youtube channel.
"Replacing the Yardstick and Changing Perspective": An Interview with Prof Ravi Ahuja from CeMIS about the Global Network for History is now online. Click here to read it…
The network is also currently offering Ph.D. and post-doc fellowships
Prof. Dr. Ahujas Artikel about "Zwischen Forschungsfreiheit und »Verletzten Gefühlen«: Von den Leistungen und Mühen Indischer Geschichtswissenschaft" has been published in the Historikertag 2016 publication. Click here to download (in German only) .