India @ King's Weekly Seminar Series
Seminars will be held in the Small Committee Room, Ground floor, King's College London, Strand campus, from 1700-1900 hrs.
All seminars are open to the public, and no prior booking is required.
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23 January 2013
Brendan Donegan, Goldsmiths College, London
'Activist Classification: Narratives of 'Engagement with the State' within the Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (People's Health Movement), India'
30 January 2013
Adnan Naseemullah, London School of Economics
'Governing Firms: Industrialisation after Statism in India'
6 February 2013
Srinath Raghavan, King's India Institute
'The Chronicle of a Birth Foretold? The Emergence of Bangladesh in 1971'
13 February 2013
Rochana Bajpai, School of Oriental & African Studies, London
'India's Constitutional Settlement'
6 March 2013
Rohit De, University of Cambridge & Yale University
'A Republic without a Pub is a Relic': Prohibition and the Everyday Life of Constitutional Law in the Indian Republic (1949-1962)'
13 March 2013
Deepak Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
'Interrogating Knowledge Society'
27 March 2013
Sunil Amrith, Birkbeck College, London
'Crossing the Bay of Bengal: histories and Ecologies of Migration'
3 October 2012
Rachel Dwyer, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
'The Biggest Star of All: The Elephant in Hindi Cinema'
10 October 2012
Shashank Kela, Independent Scholar
'A Rogue and a Peasant-Slave: An Adivasi Society Under Colonialism and Beyond'
17 October 2012
Craig Jeffrey, University of Oxford
'In Search of Indian Viagra: Unemployment, Caterpillar Fungi, and Youth'
24 October 2012 (Room K3.11)
David Arnold, University of Warwick
'Intimate Histories and State Stories: The Politicisation of Poison in Colonial India'
31 October 2012
Raminder Kaur, University of Sussex
'Bertrand Russell in Bollyworld: Nehruvian Narratives about Nuclear Armament, Peace and Japan in 1960s India'
14 November 2012
Rohan Deb Roy, University of Cambridge
'Quinine, Mosquitoes and Empire: Reassembling Malaria in British India, 1890-1910'
21 November 2012*
Sunil Khilnani, King's India Institute, King's College London
'Making Asia: India, China and the Struggle for an Idea'
* Great Hall, King's College London, Strand campus, 1830 hrs.
This is the annual Nehru Lecture 2012, organised by the Jawarharlal Nehru Memorial Trust.
28 November 2012
Laura Bear, London School of Economics & Political Science
'Making a River of Gold: Publicity, Friendship and Entrepreneurial Society on the Hooghly'
5 December 2012*
Shruti Kapila, University of Cambridge
'Ghadar: Violence and the Planetary Potential of the Political'
* Jointly organised with the Imperial and World History Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
Convenor: Dr Kriti Kapila