Ragini Tharoor Srinivasan (Assistant Professor, English, University of Arizona) will present Reading India’s Rise: Genre, Neoliberalism, and Narrative Nonfiction.
Stephen Young (Associate Professor, Geography and International Studies, UW-Madison) will present Basic Income and the Future of Social Welfare in India
Cassie Adcock (Associate Professor, History, Washington University-St. Louis) will present Engineering the Sacred Cow: Cow Protection and Cow Production since the Nineteenth Century.
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Miriam Thangaraj (Lecturer, Educational Policy, UW-Madison) will present Silk, School & Special Economic Zones: Children’s learning and earning trajectories in Kanchipuram, India.
Ulka Anjaria (Associate Professor, English, Brandeis University) will present Ishq Vishq, Pyaar Vyaar: Reading with a loving eye in the new India.
Jeremy Manheim (Asian Languages and Cultures, UW-Madison) will present Absent-mindedness Through the Lens of Indian Buddhism.
Aparna Dharwadker (Professor, English and Interdisciplinary Theatre Studies, UW-Madison) will present The Shaping of Performative Modernity in Urban India. Please note the adjusted time for this lecture.
J. Mark Kenoyer (Professor, Anthropology, UW-Madison) will present Foodways of Ancient South Asia and their modern legacy: New Perspectives from the Indus Civilization and adjacent regions.