CeMIS Colloquium Summer Term 2019

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

Download the programme here.

08 May
Nicolas Jaoul, EHESS Paris
Sangharsh. Times of Strife (film screening)

15 May
Jairus Banaji, SOAS, University of London
State and capital in the era of primitive accumulation

22 May
Jacob Copeman, University of Edinburgh
Names and Critique: On ‘Kaur’, ‘Singh’, and Caste

05 June
Gunnel Cederlöf, Linnæus University
Tracking routes: Imperial competition in the late 19 th
century Burma-China borderlands

12 June
Geert De Neve, University of Sussex
Rations, smartcards and internet centres: how
biometric technology affects social protection in Tamil
Nadu, India

19 June
Jens Lerche, SOAS, University of London
Ground Down by Growth. Tribe, caste and class in 21 st
century India

Mon 24 June
Debraj Ray, New York University
Similarity, Difference and Conflict
4.15pm, Room -1.113, Theologicum

26 June
Eleanor Newbigin, SOAS, University of London
Rethinking the end of empire? Tracing the emergence
of an Indian national economy 1917 - 1947

03 July
Alpa Shah, LSE
Nightmarch: Among India’s Revolutionary Guerrillas
(book presentation)

For more info and child care contact Birgit Primer (14 days in advance).