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  1. Making India Visible: The National Popular Sensorium


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    Chair and Discussant: AISHWARY KUMAR RAVI VASUDEVAN, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi “Film as Infrastructure: Information, Communication and Exhibition Practices in…

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    • Anies Baswedan


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      Anies Baswedan is the President of Paramadina University in Jakarta, Indonesia. He and Donald Emmerson discuss higher education, democracy and Islam, and the role of the humanities in Indonesia.

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      • Get to know Stanford Global Studies.


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        The Stanford Global Studies Division provides an arena for students and scholars to explore our increasingly complex world from multiple economic, political, social, technological and cultural perspectives.…

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        • The 2011 Popular Uprising in Egypt


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          Three Stanford scholars, Joel Beinin (Department of History), Lisa Blaydes (Department of Political Science), Robert Crews (Department of History), discuss the historical, political and economic background…

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          • Stéphane Dudoignon


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            During his 2011 residency at the Stanford Humanities Center, international visitor Stéphane Dudoignon sat down with Stanford historian Robert Crews to discuss his research on Baluchistan and,…

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            • Grounding Kashmir: Territories of Violence


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              Chair: THOMAS BLOM HANSEN, Stanford University CABEIRI D. ROBINSON, University of Washington, Seattle "The Territoriality of the Refugee Body and the Sovereignty of Azad Kashmir" In…

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              • Joel Beinin - Joint Palestinian-Israeli Popular Struggle: The Face of a Future of Peace and Equality, June 4, 2011.


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                Stanford University of Middle East History, Joel Beinin, talks about the direct action movement, involving Palestinians working alongside Israeli and international solidarity activists, challenging…

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                • Elisabeth Mudimbe-Boyi, Le français, langue paternelle, langue politique


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                  Elisabeth Mudimbe-Boyi (Stanford University) explore la question de la langue français et de la relation de pouvoir que cette langue introduit entre colonisateur et colonisé.

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                  • Robert Crews - Cosmopolitanism and Religious Politics in Afghanistan


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                    Robert Crews situates the religious politics of Afghanistan in a global framework. Reflecting on the theme of cosmopolitanism, Crews traces the expansive horizons of religious debate in Afghanistan…

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                    • Joel Beinin - Workers' Struggles in the Arab Spring, Feb. 25, 2012.


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                      Professor of Middle East History at Stanford University, Joel Beinin, talks about the history of labor organizing and struggle in Egypt, Tunisia and other countries of the Middle East, and the role…

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                      • New Directions in South Asian Studies


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                        This panel, which concludes the South Asia by the Bay Conference, featured prominent South Asian scholars in the San Francisco Bay Area, and their thoughts on the direction that South Asian studies…

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                        • Shahzad Bashir on "Islamic Memory and Historiography after the Linguistic Turn"


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                          Shahzad Bashir, assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Stanford University, speaks at a Brown Bag Lunch event at Claremont Graduate University's Institute for Signifying…

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