1. Far From the Nation, Close to the State: Hazy Sovereignty and Anxious Citizenship in India’s North East, Panel 4

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    Northeast India has for decades constituted the limit of India’s cultural and political imagination. Media, policy makers, development experts, and scholars alike present the region as a dysfunctional…

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    • Far From the Nation, Close to the State: Hazy Sovereignty and Anxious Citizenship in India’s North East

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      SESSION 2: RELIGION Presenters 3. Yasmin Saikia Professor of History Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict Arizona State University 4. Arkotong Longkumer Lecturer…

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      • Far From the Nation Close to the State: Hazy Sovereignty and Anxious Citizenship in India’s North East, Panel 3

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        Northeast India has for decades constituted the limit of India’s cultural and political imagination. Media, policy makers, development experts, and scholars alike present the region as a dysfunctional…

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        • Far From the Nation Close to the State: Hazy Sovereignty and Anxious Citizenship in India’s North East, Panel 1

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          Northeast India has for decades constituted the limit of India’s cultural and political imagination. Media, policy makers, development experts, and scholars alike present the region as a dysfunctional…

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          • Effrontery, Erasure, and Exaltation: An Episode in the Life of the Mughal Empire

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            A Lecture by Munis Faruqui, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Berkeley. In 1626 a disgruntled Mughal nobleman, Mahabat Khan, took the entire Mughal court – including…

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            • Vernacular Urbanism, Panel 2

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              The four major metropolitan cities in India, Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta and Chennai, have a paradigmatic place in the literature on urban life in the entire region. Large cities like Bangalore and Ahmedabad…

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              • Vernacular Urbanism: Panel 3

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                Will Glover, University of Michigan: The Small Town in Colonial Punjab Durba Chattaraj, University of Cambridge: Notes along National Highway 117 Bea Jauregui, University of Cambridge:…

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                • Stanford Center for International Development: Is the Party Over? Reform, Planning and Growth in India

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                  September 26, 2012 Is the Party Over? Reform, Planning and Growth in India N.K. Singh, Member of Parlaiment, Sitaram Yechury, Member of Parliament and Yashwant Sinha, Former Finance Minister,…

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                  • CSA Annual Lecture and Reception: "From Religious Establishment to Reformation: Sufi Islam in South Asia and the World"

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                    Featuring Nile Green. South Asia is often regarded as being especially attached to the saints and shrines of Sufi Islam. But between the medieval and early modern periods, Sufi Islam became embedded…

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                    • Sri Lanka Intersections, Panel 3: Political Formations and Transformations

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                      Devaka Gunawardena, UCLA Left perspectives of the Sri Lankan conflict My paper sketches a contrast between two concepts of ethnicity in the Sri Lankan governments of the United Front (1970-77)…

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