South Asian Studies Program presents

Agents of Change

An Immersion with Ranjan Kamath Films:
Fishers of Men, The Die is Caste, and Tanvir Ka Safarnama

Friday, April 15
10:00 am - 3:30pm

Pane Room
Alexander Library
New Brunswick


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The Poetic Nature of the Universe in the

a talk on the Indian Epic and the Poetic Universe it Created by

Vishwa Adluri
Hunter College

Monday, April 11

Lecture Hall
4th Floor, Alexander Library,
New Brunswick

The South Asian Studies Program at Rutgers University is planning an
interdisciplinary South Asia conference entitled

Beyond Nation-States:
Networks, Communities and Diasporas

scheduled for

March 24th and 25th

Trayes Hall A, Douglass Campus Center
100 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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pdf See updated program details on Thursday, March 24th panels

Monday, February 21, 2011 at 4:30 pm
Pane Room, Alexander Library, CAC

The South Asian Studies Program and The Postcolonial Interest Group
Invites you to a talk by Neloufer de Mel
On Post-War ‘Settlements’: Locating Cultural Interventions in Sri Lanka

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2010-11 Ecologies in the Balance? The way forward will address new ways of living, working, connecting, and socializing that are emerging all over the world in response to changing ecologies. It will explore how today’s crises and challenges are understood and represented by diverse communities.  Please visit the website to see more information including a calendar of events, and download this year's theme poster.

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