The Indian Novel as an Agent of History
September 7, 2015
In this issue of India in Transition, Chandrahas Choudhury, New Delhi-based writer, argues that the Indian novel is a platform for highly nuanced and subtle readings of Indian history, and a storehouse of possibilities for the reader who wishes to fulfill his or her own potential as an actor in Indian history.
CASI Welcomes Fall 2015 Visiting Scholar, Ghazala Shahabuddin
CASI Student Programs
CASI 2015 Interns will present on their summer experiences in India followed by Q & A. (at CASI - 3600 Market Street, Suite 560)
"Mobilizing Gender and Religion in India: Twentieth Century Legacies"
CASI seminar by NANDINI DEO (Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Lehigh University)
"Can Indian Urbanization Alter Its Development Trajectory?"
A CASI Nand & Jeet Khemka Distinguished Lecture by AROMAR REVI (Director, Indian Institute for Human Settlements [IIHS])
"Reclaiming the Grassland for the Cheetah: Nature, Knowledge, and Power in Twentieth Century India"
CASI seminar by GHAZALA SHAHABUDDIN (Senior Fellow, Centre for Ecology, Development and Research [CEDAR], and CASI Fall 2015 Visiting Scholar)
"The Making and Breaking of a War Economy: India, 1939-45"
CASI seminar by SRINATH RAGHAVAN (Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi)
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