South Asia Seminar Series, Spring 2010

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The South Asian Seminar began in 2005 as an intellectual collective group funded by the Institute for Global Studies. The South Asian Seminar Series brings scholars, writers, and filmmakers from the U of M, local colleges and universities as well as national and international speakers to share their ideas and scholarship with the University community and beyond.

South Asia Seminar Series, Spring 2010 Schedule
All events will be 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
710 Social Science Building

February 17
Papori Bora, Doctoral Candidate
Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of Minnesota
Gender, Democracy and Citizenship in India's Northeast

March 3
Aamir Mufti, Associate Professor
Department of Comparative Literature, UCLA
Orientalism and the Institution of World Literatures

March 31
Kumkum Sangari, Vilas Professor
Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Medieval into modern: the episteme of romance in the Nehruvian era

April 14
Sugata Ray, Doctoral Candidate
Deparment of Art History, University of Minnesota
In the name of Krishna: The making of a modern Hindu self

April 28
Sabina Sawhney, Associate Professor
Department of English, Hofstra University
Sikhism, Punjabi and the North American University

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