Jishnu Shankar (UT Austin), Ute Huesken (IKOS, Oslo), Ina Ilkama (IKOS, Oslo), Moumita Sen (IKOS, Oslo) and Silje Einarsen (Aarhus) are organizing an international workshop on Navarātri, Navarātra and Durgāpūjā in South Asia and beyond with strong PhD participation at the Fransk-Norsk senter for humaniora og samfunnsvitenskap.
Jishnu Shankar (Austin) and Ute Huesken (IKOS) are co-organizing an international workshop on Navarātri, Navarātra and Durgāpūjā in South Asia and beyond with strong PhD participation at the Fransk-Norsk senter for humanoria og samfunnsvitenskap in Paris.
How could a project of secular governance in colonial India, the laws regulating offences against religion, establish the conditions for the emergence of affective religious publics? Open lecture by Asad Ali Ahmed.
The seminar will focus on women in history in a double sense: How are women portrayed in various genres of historical writing, and in what kind of historical genres did women writers themselves invest?
Et heldags avhandlingsseminar om teori og metode for alle PhD-kandidater på IKOS. Formatet på seminaret er presirkulert paper på maksimum 20 sider, med en muntlig introduksjon på om lag 10 minutter. Det utnevnes en opponent for hvert paper.
What is a human body? Biology, obviously, but also a contested site of subjectivities, identities and theories. The ways bodies are experienced, lived, conceptualized, interpreted and theorized are products of their cultural contexts as well of historically specific conditions and claims.