Troubling Times: South Asia and the Postcolonial

Princeton South Asia Conference
Date
Oct 6, 2022, 3:30 pmOct 8, 2022, 12:00 pm

Details

Event Description

SOUTH ASIA AND THE POSTCOLONIAL

We invite participants to trouble the semantic value of “post-” and “postcolonialism” as epistemological frames that for nearly half a century have overdetermined definitions of the region in cultural, social and political terms.

OCT 6
Introduction: 3.30 PM
Panel 1: 3.50-5.10
KEYNOTE
Natasha Ginwala: 5.35

OCT 7
Panel 2: 9.30-10.50
Panel 3: 11.20-12.40
Panel 4: 2.00-3.20
KEYNOTE
Priyamvada Gopal: 4.00
KEYNOTE
Shahidul Alam: 5.20

OCT 8
Panel 5: 9.30-10.50
Concluding Remarks: 11.00


For full conference details click on https://southasiaworkshop.wordpress.com/


Sponsored by: Center for Digital Humanities, High Meadows Environmental Institute, Architecture, School for Public and International Affairs, Religion, Classics, PIIRS, Center for Human Values, Bobst, Liechtenstein Institute, Art & Archaeology, PIIRS SAS, Comparative Literature, Gender and Sexuality Studies, PIIRS Translation, Iran Center, Chadha Center for Global India, Center for Interdisciplinary Humanities