Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS)

CeMIS Colloquium Summer Semester 2018


CeMIS board room no. 2.112, 2nd floor, northern wing , Waldweg 26, 37073 Göttingen
4.15pm, Wednesdays

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April 25
CATHERINE LAROUCHE
CeMIS/University of Toronto
Spiritual and Material Development: The Politics of Islamic Charitable Work in Uttar Pradesh, India

May 2
KAJRI JAIN
University of Toronto
Minimum Government, Maximum Governance: Modi’s Statue of Unity and the Sense of Scale

May 9
MANU GOSWAMI
Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin/New York University
The Empire of Economics

May 23: INTERASIA COLLOQUIUM
SARTHAK BAGCHI
University of Leiden/InterAsia Fellow, Göttingen
Can Clientelism be democratic? A View from the Shops of Power in India

SANAM ROOHI
St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore/InterAsia Fellow, Göttingen
Giving Back: Reciprocity, Obligation and Transnationalisation of Caste in Coastal Andhra

May 30
SHARIKA THIRANAGAMA
Stanford University
Respect your neighbour as yourself: Ethics, Neighbourliness and Caste in Kerala

June 6
ROLAND WITTJE
Indian Institute of Technology-Madras
Instruments of Development: Indo-German Scientific Collaboration and Engineering Practices at IIT Madras

June 13
SHAILAJA PAIK
University of Cincinnati
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and the "Prostitute" Question

June 20
D. KARTHIKEYAN
University of Edinburgh/CeMIS
Spectacle of Inversion and a Counter Public: The Case of Immanuel Sekaran Guru Puja



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