Copenhagen South Asia Workshop 2012
"Worlds of South Asia"
One day workshop – 17th Sep 2012 – 9.30-18.00
The 4th annual CSAW aims at showcasing the wide variety of worlds – social, political, cultural, financial, developmental, historical, mythical, regional and/or global assemblages – that make the idea of South Asia.
The workshop features a number of research presentations on a variety of themes as well as two keynotes on the idea of Pakistan by Dr. Faisal Devji, Oxford University and the South Asian city by Prof. Thomas Blom Hansen, Stanford University. Professor Hansen is currently Guest Professor at the Centre of Global South Asian Studies as part of the ongoing research programme 'Nation in Motion: Globalisation, Governance, Development in New India'.
The event is public. Participation is free. Registration is required.
For registration contact: Marie Yoshida firstname.lastname@example.org
08.45 – 09.00 Welcome - Ravinder Kaur
09.00 - 11.00 South Asian Nationalisms - Chair: Esther Fihl
- Indian Childhoods and the Making of a Modern European Identity
Karen Asta Arnfred
- The Production of Indian National Space
- Maoist Nationalism: A Highly Successful Combination
- Divided into Communities: B. G. Tilak’s Vision of India, and the Problems of Narrating Hindutva
11.00 - 11.15 Break
Pakistan as a political idea, Faisal Devji
12.15 – 13.15 Lunch
13.15 – 15.15 Urban Identities - Chair: Manpreet Janeja
- A study of the remaking of political identity in the prison writings of three Women Activists
- Experiences of Love, Sexuality and Modernity: Urban Nepali Women and Indian Media
- Gambling in Delhi
Stine Simonsen Puri
- Treating ‘Not-serious’: Medical Practices in an Urban neighbourhood
15.15 – 15.30 Break
15.30– 16.30 Keynote
Strangers, neighbors and political order in the South Asian city, Thomas Blom Hansen
16.30 – 18.00 Image and Imaginaries - Chair: Erik Reenberg Sand
- The Master of Illusion - Krishna’s Tricky Son Pradyumna
- “The rest of now”: An Investigation on Photography-based Art Practices in Contemporary India
- (Un)imagining the Indian Nation - Identity, Myth and History in the Life-worlds of the Chaitanya Vaishnavas
For more information contact:
Emilijia Zabiliute at email@example.com
Centre of Global South Asian Studies, Department of Cross-cultural and Regional Studies and Asian Dynamics Initiative, University of Copenhagen