Call for Papers – Encounters Within and Across South Asia

Call for Papers – Encounters Within and Across South Asia

Workshop to be held at the University of New South Wales, Sydney 13-14 July 2017 Paper proposals are invited for a two day workshop on the theme of ‘Encounters in South Asia’. Encounters can be generative, sites for the production anew of relations, subjectivities, histories, communities, possibilities, and political-economic structures. They can also be destructive, […]

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Call for Papers – Encounters Within and Across South Asia

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Workshop to be held at the University of New South Wales, Sydney 13-14 July 2017 Paper proposals are invited for a two day workshop on the theme of ‘Encounters in South Asia’. Encounters can be generative, sites for the production anew of relations, subjectivities, histories, communities, possibilities, and political-economic structures. They can also be destructive, […]

Australia India Institute Annual Commonwealth Government Presentation Monday 20 February 2017

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The Department of Education and Training’s International Group invites you to attend a presentation on “Australia’s role in engaging with India’s vast youth demographic” to be delivered by Professor Craig Jeffrey, Director, Australia India Institute and Ms Brigid Freeman, Researcher, Australia India Institute. Indian tertiary education is undergoing a period of rapid development and reform. […]

Feature Film Salt Bridge Australia Release

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Feature film Salt Bridge is releasing on 17 February 2017 all over Australia including Canberra. The film is unique in many ways. It features Bollywood stars – Rajeev Khandelwal and Usha Jadhav (National Award winner) and Logie and AACTA Award winner Chelsie Preston Crayford (of New Zealand/Australia). The film has been shot entirely in Australia. Many […]

Trevor Swan and Indian planning: the lessons of 1958/59 Seminar

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TRADE & DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR Date: Tuesday 31 January, 2017 Time: 2-3:30pm Venue: Coombs Seminar Room A Speaker: Professor Raghbendra Jha, ANU Abstract: Trevor Swan is commonly considered to be Australia’s most distinguished economist. As part of a visiting professorship at MIT during 1958-59 he spent nine months in India to assist in the formulation of India’s […]

Trying to see India

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David Williams In early December, we were travelling to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Our trip coincided not only with the demonetisation but also with a period of excessively thick smog. It is not unusual for the North Indian Gangetic Plains to be covered in fog for much of winter due to the low wind to […]

SARI Lecture: Sanskrit and the city: reading Kāvya for a behavioural history of early India

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  Shonaleeka Kaul Basham Room, Baldessin Precinct Building (110), Ellery Crescent, ANU Monday, 21 November, 2016 – 13:00 to 14:30   Shonaleeka Kaul is the author of Imagining the Urban (Seagull Books, 2010) where she turns to Sanskrit literature to discover the characteristics—both physical and social—of ancient Indian cities. Kaul examines nearly a thousand years […]

 

Welcome to SARI

South Asia Research Institute is based in the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University. Our aim is to support research on South Asia and promote links and collaborative projects focussing on the countries of South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka). SARI is committed to advancing an interdisciplinary approach across the social sciences, and in particular, in the fields of history, culture and society of the region.

The aim of SARI is to bring together on a common platform people with expertise in South Asia across diverse disciplinary background at the ANU. These include anthropology, linguistics, cultural studies, human geography, comparative literature, economics, political science, international relations, development studies, history, Sanskrit and Hindi.


 

SARI Presents

India Update: Ideas From India

10-11 November

Panels

See full program here

Updated:  12 November 2016/ Responsible Officer:  SARI director/ Page Contact:  SARI director