Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS)

CeMIS Colloquium Winter Semester 2018/19


Wednesdays 4.15pm – 5.45pm
CeMIS Board room, 2.112, 2nd floor
Waldweg 26, 37073 Göttingen (Map.)

Download the programme here.

October 17
LAKSMI IYER
Notre Dame University
Enfranchisement, Political Participation and Political Competition: Evidence from India

November 7
STEPHEN CHRISTOPHER
University of Bremen
Tribal casteism or multiculturalism?: The Gaddis of Himachal Pradesh

November 28
IAN COOK
Central European University
Rhythm, Learning and Virtue amongst the Flower Sellers of Mangaluru

December 19
MALAVIKA SUBRAMANYAM
IIT Gandhinagar
“I have a right to you!” Can we raise our sons differently and would that impact our daughters' health?

rescheduled to June 19
JENS LERCHE
University of London
Ground Down by Growth. Tribe, caste and class in 21st century India

January 23
CATHERINE SERVAN SCHREIBER
CNRS Paris
Wandering singers, peddlers and circulating labour: mobility patterns and the book market economy in North India

January 30
DIVYA CHERIAN
Princeton University
The Power of Virtue: Non-Violence and Caste in Pre-Colonial Rajasthan

For child care please contact Birgit Priemer (birgit.priemer@cemis.uni-goettingen.de) 14 days in advance.