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SAI Event Faculty : Sugata Bose


Fri, September 22, 2017 at 12:15pm  /  CGIS South, S250

Book Talk: India’s Wars: A Military History 1947-1971

A book talk on India’s Wars: A Military History 1947-1971
Dr. Arjun Subramaniam, Asia Center Fellow; former Faculty Member, National Defence College, New Delhi; retired Air Vice Marshal, Indian Air Force

Chair/Discussant: Professor Sugata Bose, Gardiner Professor of Oceanic History and Affairs, Harvard University

An Asia Center Fellows Seminar; co-sponsored by the South Asia Institute, Harvard University

START
Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 12:15pm

END
Fri, Sep 22, 2017

VENUE
CGIS South, S250
Harvard University

ADDRESS
1730 Cambridge Street
Cambridge MA

Fellows Series India's Wars
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Wed, September 30, 2015 from 04:00pm - 05:30pm  /  CGIS South, S050

The Disinherited: Conversion to Christianity and the Economies of Loss in Colonial Calcutta

GSA Seminar

Mou BanerjeeGraduate Student Associate, SAI; History PhD, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Chair: Sugata Bose, Gardiner Professor of Oceanic History and Affairs

Mou’s research explores the dialogues and debates of Indian intellectuals with evangelical Protestant Christianity and missionaries in the nineteenth century, especially in the Bengal Presidency in India. In her analysis of these debates, Banerjee charts the development of a complex relationship of overt repudiation and covert fascination, where Christianity was perceived as a religion and a philosophy, a discursive and dialectical category, a denominator of racial and social difference, and as a repository of Enlightenment ethos and modernity.

 

START
Wed, Sep 30, 2015 at 04:00pm

END
Wed, Sep 30, 2015 at 05:30pm

VENUE
CGIS South, S050
Harvard University

ADDRESS
1730 Cambridge Street
Cambridge MA

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Thu, June 20, 2013 from 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm  /  Auditorium, National Gallery of Modern Art

“To Express and Not to Explain: Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore”

Asia Society India Centre invites you to an AsiaLens lecture with Dr. Sugata Bose, Gardiner Professor of History, Harvard University

Renowned South Asian scholar Dr. Bose will discuss the paintings of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) in the context of his venerated literary, artistic and political legacy. The exhibition on view at the NGMA, “The Last Harvest: Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore,” is curated by Raman Sivakumar. It was organised and premiered  by the NGMA New Delhi and has toured ten museums worldwide, including venues in Germany, US, UK, Korea, France, Italy, Malaysia, Canada, and the Asia Society Museum in  New York.

VENUE- Auditorium, National Gallery of Modern Art, Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall, M G Road, Fort Mumbai – 400032

RSVP REQUIRED-asiasociety@asiasociety.org.in (Priority will be given to Asia Society members)

In partnership with

National Gallery of Modern Art

Ministry of Culture, Government of India

AsiaLens presents an array of perspectives on the visual and performing arts of modern Asia, offering a vibrant and nuanced view across the continent. Previous events under this series include a discussion on the 11th Sharjah Bienniala discussion on Art and Feminism and a contemporary dance performance by KENTARO!!.

To learn more about upcoming programmes, please visit www.asiasociety.org/centers/india

Featured Global Content: Asia Society New York hosted Dr. Sugata Bose for a talk on Tagore’s Legacy and The Last Harvest exhibition.

START
Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 06:30 pm

END
Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 08:00 pm

VENUE
Auditorium
National Gallery of Modern Art

ADDRESS
Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall M G Road
Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400032, India

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