This week the UH will host two visiting scholars. Professors Ishita
Banerjee-Dube and Saurabh Dube of El Colegio de Mexico, both
interdisciplinary historians with a distinguished record of publications,
will present at a series of four events collectively titled "Marginality in
South Asia across the Disciplines."
We look forward to seeing everyone there, and please advertise widely (see
below and attached). Individual fliers with abstracts will come soon.
Short readings will be available for the workshops later this week. Please
contact Prof. Ned Bertz (email@example.com) to have the articles sent to you
'Unsettling Art: Caste, Gender, and Dalit (Untouchable) Expression'
A public lecture by Dr. Saurabh Dube
Monday, February 7th, 5-6.30pm, Art Building 101
'Questions of Religion and Politics: Democracy and Secularism in
A workshop for graduate students and faculty led by Dr. Ishita Banerjee-Dube
Tuesday, February 8th, Noon-1.30pm, Sakamaki Hall A302
'Cultures of Colonialism: Empire, Gender, Nation in British India and
A public lecture by Dr. Ishita Banerjee-Dube
Wednesday, February 9th, 11.30am-1pm, Sakamaki Hall A201
'Subjects of Modernity'
A workshop for graduate students and faculty led by Dr. Saurabh Dube
Friday, February 11th, 3.30-5pm, Sakamaki Hall A201
The events are sponsored by the Department of Art & Art History, the
Department of History, the Department of Religion, and the Women's Studies
Program, and are funded by the Center for South Asian Studies' RamaWatumull
Collaborative Lecture Series and the UH Diversity and Equity Initiative.