Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS)
Applications for B.A. programme have started
Interested in India today? In vital social, political and economic issues around inequality and development, migration, work, populism, religious diversity, caste and (post)colonialism? Want to understand these issues more deeply? To learn how to look at them from different perspectives – historical, political, anthropological, religious, economic? To look beyond Europe and European thinking?
Then the B.A. in Moderne Indienstudien is just the right thing for you!
The application portal opens on July 1, and closes on the following dates: Bei einem zulassungsbeschränkten Zweitfach der 15. Juli und bei einem zulassungsfreien Zweitfach der 30. September.
Applications have closed for the M.A. programme this year.
Photo: Some of the current batch of B.A. and M.A. students at CeMIS.
Photos/Collage: Jonathan Michaeli.
CeMIS welcomes Prof. Ritajyoti Bandyopadhay as a visiting ICAS fellow
Ritajyoti Bandyopadhay is Assistant Professor for History at IISER Mohali (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research). As a member of the module "Critiques and Renewals of Democracy" in our BMBF-funded International Centre for Advanced Studies "Metamorphoses of the Political" (ICAS:MP), he joined CeMIS a two-months visiting fellowship. His earlier and ongoing research projects explore themes in informality, infrastructure technologies, urban history and governmentality studies in late-colonial and postcolonial India. He is particularly invested in studying the materiality of mass politics as India transitioned from imperial sovereignty to popular sovereignty. He divides his time between academia and activism, and tries to work at their critical interface, making use of one context to ask questions of another.