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Department of History

South Asia History

The Faculty of Arts & Humanities, History Department, South Asia History Seminar Series.

Tuesday, 5pm, FG01 (Faber Building)

Open to the public - all welcome!

Convenors: Dr Roy Fischel and Dr Shabnum Tejani 

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Forthcoming Events

Silkworms and Science: Sericulture and the Economy in Punjab, c. 1850-1920

Jagjeet Lally (University College London)

27 January 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Making India’s Democracy: Rewriting the Bureaucratic Colonial Imagination in Preparation for the First Elections

Ornit Shani (Haifa)

3 February 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Technologies of Communication and Journalism in Colonial India, c. 1830-1900

Amelia Bonea (Oxford)

17 February 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

A Window that Closed: the Indian Strike Movement of 1946-47, its Context and Repercussions

Ravi Ahuja (Gottingen)

24 February 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

The Hindi Press and the World: Popular Print Cultures and Global Discourses of Reform, c. 1870-1910

RLeigh Denault (Cambridge)

3 March 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Lights Out in Dacca: Power and Politics in Early Postcolonial Pakistan

Markus Daechsel (Royal Holloway)

10 March 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Of Mutinies, Mobs and Manners: Public Space, the State and the Politics of Recognition in India

Lisa Mitchell (University of Pennsylvania)

17 March 2015, Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square, FG01, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM