Mythopolitics in South Asia

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Events

Decoloniality: Webinar with Walter D. Mignolo

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In this Theory from the Margins event, we discuss two works (published and forthcoming) by philosopher and semiotician Walter D. Mignolo, one of the world's foremost thinkers on epistemic decolonization, and one of the founders of the modernity/coloniality school of […]

Silje L. Einarsen: Sanskrit Memory Politics

Silje Lyngar Einarsen will present the paper "Sanskrit Memory Politics" in panel 06 History Writing and the Politics of Memory in South Asia, at the SASNET Online Conference Rethinking the Politics of Memory in South Asia. The conference is hosted […]

Indian Winters of Discontent: Panelsamtale om bondeopprøret

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Velkommen til en panelsamtale om jordbrukspolitikk, den bekymringsverdige utviklingen i verdens største demokrati, og solidaritet og motstand. Med utgangspunkt i de pågående masseprotestene i India inviterer Mythopolitics in South Asia eksperter, aktivister og representanter fra politikken og bøndenes interesseorganisasjoner til […]

Nick Estes: “Our History is the Future”

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In this Theory from the Margins event, we discuss Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance with Nick Estes, Assistant Professor in the American Studies Department at the […]

Gender and the Margins: A Webinar with Lila Abu-Lughod

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In this Theory from the Margins event, we discuss a forthcoming work by Lila Abu-Lughod. More details to be announced later. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Lila Abu-Lughod is the Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Social Science at Columbia University where she […]

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