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Talks


5th August 2016, Romila Thapar, Renouncers, Householders, andOthersReflections on Women in Early India.

9th September 2015, Tim Allender, State rhetoric and the social formation of colonial women in India, 1790-1947.

2nd September 2015, Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Writing History with Cinema.

26th August 2015, Jyoti Atwal, From Suffragist to an anti-colonial Feminist Margaret Cousins In Colonial India and Ireland.

29th April 2015, Hanasoge A Mukunda, Druv Raina, SCIENCE OF THE PAST reason, method and history.

22nd April 2015, Gunnel Cederlöf, Governing monsoon landscapes EIC expansion on its North-eastern Frontier in the early 19th century.

21st April 2015, Chitralekha Zutshi, Narrating the Past in Kashmir Place, Genealogy, and Tradition.

15th April 2015, Shireen Moosvi, The Intellectual Evolution of the Mughal Emperor, Akbar.

8th April 2015, SAROJ GIRI, AMBEDKAR'S MARX.

1st April 2015, MARGRIT PERNAU, Provincialising Concepts How to write about the Ashraf.

25th March 2015, PRATHAMA BANERJEE, Labour & Political Action, Histories from Colonial Bengal,India.

23rd March 2015, Javed Akthar, Revolutionary Ideas in Urdu Poetry.

20th March 2015, Katheen James-Chakraborty, The Dromana Gate An Indian Fantasy in Ireland.

18th March 2015, JAN BREMAN, Pauperism in the Past and the Present.

11th March 2015, Gitanjali Surendran, B. R. Ambedkar and his Dhamma, The Prehistory of Buddhism as a Liberation Theology in India, c 1890-1956.

04 March 2015, Jane Ohlmeyer, Eastward Enterprises: Colonial Ireland, Colonial.

24 February 2015, Susmita Basu Majumdar, Early Historic Chattisgarh: Gleanings from Epigraphs.

19 February 2015, Prof. Robin Coningham, The Excavations at Tilurakot-Kapilavast.

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