Past Events

May 8, 2024
Speaker: T M Krishna

T M Krishna will deliver a lecture on how the achievement of equality demands grappling with our own ingrained unequal tendencies. 

Apr 26, 2024
Speaker: Pranav Menon

Pranav will talk about how assertion of land tenure for Van Gujjar pastoralists through use of digital technologies must be perceived as an aspirational citizenship claim within the forests of Uttarakhand.

Apr 24, 2024
Speaker: Huzaifa Omair Siddiqi

Dr. Huzaifa Omair Siddiqi will offer an analysis of Friedrich Nietzsche and Mansur Ibn Husain al-Hallaj in Iqbal’s Javednama.

Apr 19, 2024
Speaker: Snigdha Kumar

Snigdha will talk about how democratizing finance, formally known as “financial inclusion,” became both the cause and consequence of platform finance in India.

Apr 12, 2024
Speaker: Samira Chatila

Samira Chatila will talk about whether high levels of formal education lead to human capital development.

Apr 11, 2024

Join the Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy and the Human Rights Center - Law School for a panel discussion about struggles for environmental, racial, and gender justice in Colombia, Ecuador, and the U.S.

Apr 10, 2024
Speaker: Francesca Orsini

Francesca Orsini will talk about how we can reassemble the languages and oral and written textual traditions that colonial ideas of language and modern literary histories have separated.

Apr 3, 2024
Speaker: Sumangala Damodaran

Sumangala Damodaran will talk about how a corpus of music from mid-1980s India onwards come to address and re-constellate questions of nation, identity and politics in a refreshing manner, challenging right-wing cultural assertions frontally, and also shaping popular music listening cultures in the country through providing contemporary interpretations. 

Mar 29, 2024
Speaker: Karina Horsti

Karina Horsti will talk about the complex ways in which relatives of those who died at Europe’s borders creatively navigate the afterlives of these deaths.

Mar 27, 2024
Speaker: SherAli Tareen

SherAli Tareen will talk about his recently published book Perilous Intimacies on how leading South Asian Muslim thinkers imagined and contested the boundaries of Hindu-Muslim friendship from the mid-eighteenth to the mid-twentieth centuries.

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