British Library South Asia Seminar Series

Date / time
25 January - 22 February, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm


British Library South Asia Seminar Series

The seminars will now run online on Zoom till November 2021 and attendees need to book their places to receive access to Zoom links. We have an exciting line-up of speakers from the UK, Europe, U.S., Canada, and India who will be speaking on a diverse range of topics. Below are the links to the talks for January and February:

Monday 25 January

17:30–19:00

‘The Dancing Woman and the National-Cinematic Project’ by Dr. Usha Iyer (Stanford University). This talk will be chaired by Prof. Ira Bhaskar (JNU, New Delhi)

Book your place here: https://www.bl.uk/events/the-dancing-woman-and-the-national-cinematic-project

Monday 8 February

17:30–19:00

‘Locating the Daryaganj Sunday Book Market’ by Kanupriya Dhingra (SOAS, London)

Book your place here: https://www.bl.uk/events/locating-daryaganj-sunday-book-market

Monday 22 February

17:30–19:00

‘Becoming a Listener in Mid-Twentieth Century North India’ by Dr. Vebhuti Duggal (Ambedkar University)

Book your place here: https://www.bl.uk/events/becoming-a-listener-in-mid-20th-century-north-india

 

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