"Decolonial Futures in South Asia and Beyond" - 2015 UH CSAS Sympoisum

April 16, 8:45am - 8:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library 401

The UH Center for South Asian Studies is hosting a symposium titled "Decolonial Futures in South Asia and Beyond," which will be from April 16th-17th in Hamilton Library, room 401. Along with three panels, there will be keynote addresses from Himadeep Muppidi, Vassar College, (“Anticolonial Intimacies”), Ned Bertz, UHM Dept. of History (“Ground Between Two Millstones": Interrogating Decolonial Pasts in Indian Ocean History), and Vivek Bald, MIT (“Silences, Exclusions, and Everyday Lives: Documenting the Histories of South Asians in the U.S.”).

There will also be a keynote multimedia reading by journalist and writer Gaiutra Bahadur based on her book 'Coolie Woman' (“Her Middle Passage: The Journey of Indian Women in Indenture”).

Please check out our website and flyer for further information. This symposium is cosponsored by Student Equity, Excellence, and Diversity Office (SEED), Lovers of South Asian Culture (LSAC), the Student Activity Program Fee Board (SAPFB), and the Department of Women’s Studies.

Event Sponsor
UH Center for South Asian Studies, Mānoa Campus

More Information
(808) 956-5652, csas@hawaii.edu, http://www.hawaii.edu/csas/decolonial-futures-in-south-asia-and-beyond-32nd-annual-symposium/

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