Lectures

2013

Foreign Affairs and Federal
Actors in Indian Democracy
by Geir Heierstad (Senior Lecturer, Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo)
10th April, 2013 - 14-16 PM
Building 1463, Room 515 

                                                                                                                                       

2012

Democracy and its Perils in South Asia
by Dr. Kaushik Roy (Jadavpur University, Calcutta and Peace Research Institute, Oslo)
6th November 2012 - 14 PM
Building 1455, Room 227

Naxalism Today in India: A New Turn
by Prof. Dipak Malik (Director of Gandhian
Institute of Studies, Varanasi)
19th June 2012 – 2-4 PM
Building 1461, Room 516

North Korean Art: Propaganda Posters and Political Culture
by Prof. Young Soo Yook (Dept. of
History at Chung-Ang University, Seoul)
25th April 2012 - 2-4 pm
Building 1461, Room 316

The Political Influence of Diasporas
by Dr. Pierre Gottschlich (University of Rostock)
21st of March 2012 - 10 AM to 11.45 AM
Building 1465, Room 120

On South Asians abroad
by Dr. Pierre Gottschlich (University
of Rostock)
20th March 2012 - 9-12 AM
Building 1410, Room 038

On Indian Foreign Policy
by Dr. Pierre Gottschlich (University
of Rostock)
16th March 2012 - 12-3 PM
Building 1481, room 348

Kinship Classification in Patterns
of Public Order

by Prof. Georg Pfeffer (Dept. of
Ethnology, Freie Universität Berlin)
13th March 2012 - 10-12 AM
Bulding 1461, Room 316

Popular Politics and Interest Articulation
in Contemporary India

by Kenneth Bo Nielsen (Research Fellow
at the Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo).
9th March 2012 - 12-3 PM
Bulding 1483, Room 348

The 1857 Uprising and British Rule in India
by Dr. Kaushik Roy (Jadavpur University, Calcutta and Peace Research Institute, Oslo)
15th February 2012 - 14.15
Building 1461, Room 316

Horses, Guns and Governments 1400-1750
by Dr. Kaushik Roy (Jadavpur University, Calcutta and Peace Research Institute, Oslo)
16th February 2012 - 10.15-12.00
Building 1483, Room 348

2011

Movement and Mobility across and beyond South Asia
Lectures by Prof. David Gellner and Dr. Sondra Hausner (both Oxford University) and Karen Valentin (DPU, Aarhus University)
12th December 2011 - 2-5 PM
At Danish School of Education, Department of Education, Room D219, Aarhus University

The Anti-arrack Movement in Andhra Pradesh
by Dr. Heiko Frese (Research Fellow at the Department of History of Religions and Mission Studies, University of Heidelberg)
3rd November 2011- 10-12 PM
Building 1328, room 220

Journalism and Identity in 19th Century India
by Dr. Heiko Frese (Research Fellow at the Department of History of Religions and Mission Studies, University of Heidelberg)
2nd November 2011 - 4-5 PM
Building 1410, room 034

Reflections on English in India and Indian English
by Prof. Rajendra Singh (Department of Linguistics, University of Montreal)
26th October 2011 - 12-2 PM
Building 1410, Room 136

Why Scheduled Tribes are more excluded than Scheduled Castes in India?
by Prof. Tanka Bahadur Subba (Head of the Department of Anthropology, North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong)
4th October 2011 - 10-12 AM
Building 1410, room 136 (Historisk Mødelokale)

Indisk demokrati - Den demokratiske og juridiske udvikling i Indien og Sydasien
by Stig Toft Madsen
27th September 2011 - 7 PM
Studenternes Hus, Richard Mortensen Stuen

Globalisation and the 'Emerging Giants' - China and India: Developmental Challenges
by Dr. Sumit Roy (Visiting Senior Research Fellow, School of lntemational Relations and Strategic Studies, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India)
20th September 2011 - 2-4 PM
Building 1410, Room 136 (Historisk Mødelokale)

The Worship of Young Virgin Girls as Goddesses in the Secular State of Nepal
by Michael Allen (Emeritus Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Sydney)
23rd May 2011 - 1-3 PM
At NIAS, Copenhagen

Current Trends in Indian Politics
by Klaus Voll (Advisor on Asia, Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), New Delhi)
10th May 2011
Building 1410, Room 136

The Decline of The Indian Left?
by Kenneth Bo Nielsen (Research Fellow, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo)
10th May 2011
Building 1410, Room 136

Surprising India
by Stig Toft Madsen (has taught and researched in universities in Denmark and Sweden)
10th May 2011
Building 1410, Room 136

National Interest vs a European Mosaic? A Constructive Critique of EU-India Relations
by Klaus Voll ((Advisor on Asia, Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), New Delhi)
9th of May 2011 - 3-5 pm
Building 1162/013 (Fysiologisk Auditorium 1)

Lessons from Hell: Picturing Punishment in India
by Christopher Pinney (Department of Anthropology, University College London)
3rd May 2011 - 2-4 PM
Building 1410, Room 136 (Historisk Mødelokale)

Purifying the Realm: Buddhist Posters and Votive Cards from Tibet
by Cameron David Warner (Post-doctoral Fellow in Buddhism and Modernity, Department of Anthropology and Ethnography, Aarhus University)
3rd May 2011 - 2-4 PM
Building 1410, Room 136 (Historisk Mødelokale)

The Adivasis of India: A Critical Appraisal of State’s Intervention in Tribal Areas
by Dr. Deepak K. Behera (Dept. of Anthropology, Sambalpur University)
28th April 2011 - 9-12 PM
Building 1410, Room 136

Invisible Child Labour in India: The Case of Rural Children and their Lost Childhood
by Prof. Deepak K. Behera (Dept. of Anthropology, Sambalpur University)
26th April 2011 - 1.30-3-30 PM
A401

Changing Bollywood
by Nirmal Kumar (Sri Venkateshwara College, New Delhi)
14th April 2011 - 9-12 AM
Building 1410, Room 346

Does Development Exist outside Representation?
By Dr. Jyotirmaya Tripathy (Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Madras)
5th April 2011 - 2-4 PM

Impact of Mega Development Projects on Indigenous People of Orissa: An Assessment from Cultural Perspective
by Prof. Deepak Kumar Behera (Dept. of Anthropology, Sambalpur University)
5th April 2011 - 2-4 PM

Two Strategies for Tuberculosis Control in India 1948-65
by Niels Brimnes (Dept. of History and Area Studies, Aarhus Unversity)
5th April 2011 - 2-4 PM

Purusharthas and the Conception of Public Sphere in India
by Dr. Sudarsan Padmanabhan (Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Madras)
5th April 2011 - 2-4 PM

India 1500-1800
by Dr. Nirmal Kumar (Sri Venkateshwara College, Delhi University)
11th March 2011 - 10 AM
Building 1410, Room 346

BCG Vaccination against Tuberculosis in India 1948-58 - Issues and Challenges
by Niels Brimnes (Aarhus University)
4th February 2011 - 10:00 PM
T2, Brown Room

Between Social, Cultural and Bacteriological Frames: Shifting Approaches to Tuberculosis in India c. 1920-1960
by Niels Brimnes, Aarhus University
2nd February 2011 - 2:30 PM
Committee Room

From Cordon Sanitaires to Primary Health Care - developments in international health in the 20th century
by Niels Brimnes (Aarhus University)
25th January 2011

2010

Sublime aftershocks: Sociological Reason in
the Aftermath of an Earthquake in Gujarat, Western India

by Edward Simpson, SOAS
12th November 2010 - 10-12 pm
Building 2117, Room 312

Subaltern Studies: a Critique
By Dr. Biswamoy Pati (Delhi University)
30th September 2010
Building 1410, Room 136

Leprocy in colonial India
By Dr. Biswamoy Pati (Delhi University)
23rd September 2010 - 1-3 PM
Building 5126, Room 219

Shifting Approaches to Tuberculosis in
India c. 1920-1960

By Dr. Niels Brimnes (Aarhus University)
23rd September 2010 - 1-3 PM
Building 5126, Room 219

Buddha was born in Orissa:
Mythmaking, historiography and the construction
of identities in South Asia

By Hermann Kulke (Kiel)
16th September 2010 - 1 pm
Building 1328, Room 220

Patterns in Indian History before 1800
By Hermann Kulke (Kiel)
15th September 2010 - 2 pm
Building 1411, Room 247

Multicultural Democracy and the Construction
of Inclusive Imaginaries
By Dr. Sudarsan Padmanabhan
(IIT, Madras, Chennai)
27th May 2010 - 9-13
Building 1328, Room 220

Vernacularization of Democracy:
The Indian Experience

By Dr. Jyotirmaya Tripathy,
(IIT Madras, Chennai)
27th May 2010 - 9:00 – 13:00
Building 1328, Room 220

Why Study Cinema. Art versus
Commercial Cinema in India

By Abhijit Kundu (Sri Venkateswara College)
13th April 2010 - 1 - 3pm
Building 1328, Room 220

EU-India Relations: An Expanded
Interpretive Framework

By Stig Toft Madsen (Copenhagen)
12th April 2010, 15-17
Building 1324, Auditorium 025

Democracy in South Asia: The Village Perception
by Arild E. Ruud (University of Oslo)
6th April 2010 - 2-4 pm
Building 1410, Room 136

Nepali journeys - Anthropological
Perspectives on Educational Migration

by Karen Valentin (Danish School of Education, Aarhus University)
4th March 2010 - 2.30-4.30 pm
Building 1412, Room 229