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101 Creative Commons On the Colonisation of India: Public Meetings, Debates and Disputes (Calcutta 1829) Professor Chaudhuri speaks at the South Asia Seminar on a public meeting held in Calcutta, on December 15th, 1829. Rosinka Chaudhuri 16 Jun 2016
102 Creative Commons Tagore and the theology of the global Professor Pradip Dutta speaks on Tagore at the South Asia Seminar Pradip Dutta 16 Jun 2016
103 Profane relations: the irony of offensive jokes in India Andrew Sanchez (Kent) discusses why a multi-ethnic workforce in eastern India exchanges jokes about each other's religion and cultures as a form of irony (19 February 2016) Andrew Sanchez 15 Jun 2016
104 Creative Commons Women and Conflict in India Dr Sanghamitra Choudhury speaks at the launch of her book on Women and Conflict in India Sanghamitra Choudhury 06 Jun 2016
105 Creative Commons Rediscovering the Primitive: Adivasi Histories in and after Subaltern Studies Uday Chandra speaks at the South Asia Seminar Uday Chandra 02 Jun 2016
106 Defamiliarizing India: Cosmopolitanism as a condition of aesthetic and political Survival Laetitia Zecchini discusses the cosmopolitanism of several post-independence Indian poets and artists. Laetitia Zecchini 05 Apr 2016
107 Cosmopolitanism and Empire Elleke Boehmer considers the cosmopolitan outlooks, experiences and values of Indian travellers to the west in the late 19th century. Elleke Boehmer 05 Apr 2016
108 Creative Commons The Oxford India Lecture: An Undocumented Wonder - the Making of the Great Indian Election Dr S Y Quraishi gives the Oxford India lecture 2016. S.Y. Quraishi 24 Mar 2016
109 Creative Commons Mechanism of oppression, Dalits and legal developments in India Dr Dag Erik Berg speaks at the South Asian seminar. Dag Erik Berg 24 Mar 2016
110 Indian Arrivals, 1870-1915: Networks of British Empire Elleke Boehmer discusses her new book with Megan Robb, Faisal Devji and Santanu Das Elleke Boehmer, Faisal Devji, Megan Robb, Santanu Das 23 Nov 2015
111 Creative Commons Are the BRICS building a New World Media Order Daya Thussu, professor of internal communication, and co-editor of 'Mapping BRICS Media' University of Westminster, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar series. Daya Thusso 09 Nov 2015
112 The Silk Roads: A New History of the World Peter Frankopan discusses his new book with Averil Cameron, Robert Moore and Elleke Boehmer Peter Frankopan, Averil Cameron, Robert Moore, Elleke Boehmer 27 Oct 2015
113 Creative Commons Historian and trip scholar for Spectacular Ceylon, Dr Maria Misra (Christ Church, 1982) Dr Maria Misra shares her experiences as both a student and academic at Oxford University, as well as her love of South Asia, in this podcast. Maria Misra 26 Oct 2015
114 'I am not here to delight you': Indira Jaising and gender justice in India Episode three of the RightsUp podcast series. Kira Allmann, Max Harris, Laura Hilly, Indira Jaising 08 Jul 2015
115 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Frozen displacement: Kashmiri Pandits in India In the 1990s nearly 250,000 people were displaced by violence in India. More than 20 years later the question for them is whether the responses to their displacement so far can form the basis for long-term solutions for their protracted displacement. Mahima Thussu 03 Jun 2015
116 Multidimensional poverty and inclusive growth in India: An analysis using growth elasticities The talk explores why India has higher economic growth than neighbours, growth in MPI is has been much slower by examining three types of inclusiveness and elasticities to study responsiveness Suman Seth, Sabina Alkire 05 Dec 2014
117 Danger Speakers for our seminar on the theme of Danger have Medical and Humanities backgrounds, and will consider the following: experimentation to diminish danger; the risks of ignoring danger, danger to the self and the ideal. Marion Kibuka, Yasmin Khan, Anna Beer 12 Aug 2014
118 Higher Education in India: How High, How Far? Professor Sukanta Chaudhuri of Jadavpur University, Kolkata, explores the direction of travel of the Indian higher education sector. Sukanta Chaudhuri 21 Jul 2014
119 Creative Commons FMR 45 Illegal migration in the Indian Sunderbans It is expected that due to sea-level rises in the future many millions of Bangladeshis will flee to India, exacerbating further the ongoing disputes between India and Bangladesh. Sahana Bose 28 Mar 2014
120 Under Eastern Eyes: The Raj in Modern Indian Memory Dr. Misra, Lecturer in Modern History at Oxford University and a Fellow of Keble College, gives a talk on The Raj in Modern Indian Memory. Maria Misra 28 Feb 2014
121 Creative Commons THEMIS: ‘Brain-gain' return of India’s high-skilled entrepreneurs Malasree Neepa Acharya presents her paper '‘Brain-gain' return of India’s high-skilled entrepreneurs: Home, transformation, and power politics in the cosmopolitan global south' in Parallel session V(D) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics Malasree Neepa Acharya 27 Feb 2014
122 Creative Commons THEMIS: Dis-locating the local: A study of the migrants originating from the Indian enclaves Sanghita Datta presents her paper 'Dis-locating the local: A study of the migrants originating from the Indian enclaves' in Parallel session V(E) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond, 24-26 Sept 2013 Sanghita Datta 24 Feb 2014
123 Creative Commons Is the Indian Nuclear Tiger Changing Its Stripes? Data, Interpretation and Fact A talk by Dr Gaurav Kampani, Guest Researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS), Oslo Gaurav Kampani 21 Feb 2014
124 Of untold riches and unruly homes: gender and property in neoliberal middle-class Kolkata In this Anthropology departmental seminar from 1 November 2012, Henrike Donner of Oxford Brookes University looks at how different kinds of property and ownership arrangements affect relationships between people among the urban middle classes of Kolkata Henrike Donner 03 Feb 2014
125 Communicating India's Soft Power: Buddha to Bollywood Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Daya Thusso 03 Feb 2014
126 Creative Commons 5. Sacrifice in the Vedic Religions Professor Gavin Flood talks to Tim Howles about his chapter 'Sacrifice as Refusal' Gavin Flood, Tim Howles 27 Jan 2014
127 Creative Commons Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Professor Abhijit Sen Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Professor Abhijit Sen, India. Abhijit Sen 15 Aug 2013
128 Creative Commons Multidimensional Poverty in India: Insights from NSSO Data Multidimensional Poverty in India: Insights from NSSO Data. Sandip Sarkar 24 Apr 2013
129 Creative Commons Comparing Multidimensional Poverty and Consumption Poverty based on Primary Survey in India Comparing Multidimensional Poverty and Consumption Poverty based on Primary Survey in India. Rajeev Kumar 24 Apr 2013
130 Peter D. McDonald in conversation with Arvind Krishna Mehrotra Peter D. McDonald talks to Arvind Krishna Mehrotra about his work as a poet, critic and translator, focusing on the idea of triangulation and his interest in the intersections between languages and literary traditions. Peter McDonald, Arvind Mehrotra 23 Apr 2013
131 More News is Good News: Democracy and Media in India Prannoy Roy, director of New Delhi Television, gives a lecture on the history of NDTV and Indian television and the part democracy and rulership has played it's development. Prannoy Roy, John Lloyd, Daya Thussu, Geert Linnebank 29 Nov 2012
132 Creative Commons The Indian Sepoy in the First World War The role of India and the Indian Sepoy in the First World War. Santanu Das 29 Oct 2012
133 Creative Commons Kipling, the Elton John of his age? Professor Elleke Boehmer discusses why Kipling's writing, and his poetry of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in particular, launched him to international fame across the British Empire. Elleke Boehmer, Dominic Davies 08 Oct 2012
134 'Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean' and 'A New Era: The Iranian Navy, Strategy Expansion and Soft Power' Cdre Keith Winstanley (CCW RN Hudson Fellow) and Cdr Tracy Vincent (CCW US Navy Hudson Fellow give talks for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 12 June 2012. Introduced by Dr Jan Lemnitzer. Keith Winstanley, Tracy Vincent, Jan Lemnitzer 02 Jul 2012
135 Sweetness and Light In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar, Professor Ann Gold (Syracuse University) examines 'ordinary pluralisms in a North Indian town'. 24 February 2012. Ann G Gold 27 Jun 2012
136 Creative Commons A Million Media Now! The Rise of India on the Global Scene Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series. Daya Thussu 30 Apr 2012
137 Creative Commons The Irish Soldier in India, 1857-1922: The Formation and Negotiation of Stereotypes and Identities - Oxford Transnational and Global History Seminar Alexander Bubb, DPhil Candidate, English Faculty, Oxford, gives a talk for The Oxford Transnational and Global History Seminar series. Alexander Bubb 02 Feb 2012
138 Creative Commons Europe's Muslim Passions - Oxford Transnational and Global History Seminar Faisal Devji, Reader in Indian History, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Transnational and Global History Seminar. Faisal Devji 02 Feb 2012
139 Europe in the World From the Oxford European Reunion in Paris, 6-8 May 2011. This session charts Europe's role in a changing, globalised world. Chris Patten, Anne Deighton, Barbara Harris-White, Alan Wolfe 23 Jan 2012
140 Dept Seminar: Saints of Justice, Spirits of Devastation In this Anthropology Dept Seminar, Helene Basu of Münster University examines 'Sorcery, Madness and Modernity in Western India'. 28 October 2011. Helene Basu 29 Nov 2011
141 Closing Questions and Answers Andrew Hamilton chairs the closing questions and answers session at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Andrew Hamilton 09 Nov 2011
142 Creative Commons India: The View from Oxford Sunali Rohra, Consultant, McKinsey and Company and Oxford Alumna, delivers a talk at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Sunali Rohra 09 Nov 2011
143 Creative Commons Kingship and the Roots of Indian Political Culture Dr Anna-Maria Misra, Fellow and Tutor in Modern History, Keble College, delivers a talk at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Anna-Maria Misra 09 Nov 2011
144 Inclusive Economic Growth in India: Basic Policy Issues Vijay Joshi, specialist in international Economics and development Economics, delivers a talk at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Vijay Joshi 09 Nov 2011
145 Creative Commons India-Oxford Cancer Research Dr Raghib Ali, Director of the INDOX Cancer Research Network, delivers a talk at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Raghib Ali 09 Nov 2011
146 Creative Commons Nationwide Studies of Indian Mortality Sir Richard Peto, Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology, delivers a talk at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Richard Peto 09 Nov 2011
147 Why India is the World's Most Interesting Country Professor Ramachandra Guha, historian and biographer, delivers the second keynote address at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Ramachandra Guha 09 Nov 2011
148 Oxford and India - an Enduring Relationship Lord Patten of Barnes delivers the first keynote address at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Chris Patten 09 Nov 2011
149 Welcome to the Oxford-India Day Professor Andrew Hamilton delivers the Welcome Address at the inaugural Oxford-India Day, held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 17 June 2011. Andrew Hamilton 09 Nov 2011
150 Creative Commons Celebrating Gavin Williams: The political economy of development in an industrialising rural area of South India Judith Heyer gives a talk in the Agrarian Societies section of the Celebrating Gavin Williams conference, held in Oxford on 9-10 July 2010. Judith Heyer 23 Aug 2011
151 Body Arts: The Naga People Dr Vibha Joshi, a specialist in the Naga culture of northeast India, and Julia Nicholson from the Pitt Rivers Museum look at the unique traditions of hair and body ornaments,. Vibha Joshi, Julia Nicholson 22 Aug 2011
152 Creative Commons Marginal on the Map: Hidden Wars and Hidden Media in India's Noth-Eastern Frontier. OxPeace 2011 Arijit Sen, Gerda Henkel Fellow, Reuters Institute, Oxford, gives the second talk in the second session of the 2011 OxPeace Conference. Arijit Sen 17 May 2011
153 Creative Commons Soft News, Hard Sell: Journalism in Neo-Liberal India Daya Thussu, Professor of International Communication and Co-Director of India Media Centre, University of Westminster, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism on 9th March, 2011. Daya Thussu 19 Apr 2011
154 Gateway of India: the implications of palaeoenvironmental change in the Thar desert, NW India, for the dispersal of Homo Sapiens James Blinkhorn, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. James Blinkhorn 24 Feb 2011
155 Dept Seminar: Forms of detachment and ethical regard In this Anthropology dept seminar (29 October 2010), Dr James Laidlaw (University of Cambridge) focuses on forms of detachment in North India, including the role of the anthropologist as observer. James Laidlaw 21 Feb 2011
156 Creative Commons Assessing the economic rise of China and India The recent economic rise of China and India has attracted a great deal of attention--and justifiably so. Pranab Bardhan 03 Feb 2011
157 'From Mission to Dialogue? Christianity in the Wake of Indian Independence' Dr Christopher Harding (Edinburgh University) presents his research on the history of Christian contemplatives in post-independence India. Christopher Harding 31 Jan 2011
158 Inquiry into the Simultaneous Existence of Malnutirion and Overweight in India Aravinda Gunupalli gives a talk entitled 'Inquiry into the Simultaneous Existence of Malnutirion and Overweight in India Using Quantile Regression'. Aravinda Gunupalli 20 Jul 2010
159 Creative Commons Cornelia Sorabji: Jowett's protégée in Oxford 1889-1893 Professor Richard Sorabji (Wolfson College, Oxford) - Cornelia Sorabji: Jowett's protígíe in Oxford 1889-1893. Richard Sorabji 03 Mar 2010
160 Creative Commons Repainting Ajanta: the global impact of the Frescoes and their copies Dr Rupert Arrowsmith (UCL) - 'Repainting Ajanta: the global impact of the Frescoes and their copies.'. Rupert Arrowsmith 03 Mar 2010
161 Creative Commons Tracing Indian students at Oxford before the Second World War Dr Sumita Mukherjee (Oxford) - 'Tracing Indian Students at Oxford before the Second World War'. Sumita Mukherjee 02 Mar 2010
162 Creative Commons Indian imperial crossings and the Oxford hub Professor Elleke Boehmer (Oxford) - 'Indian imperial crossings and the Oxford hub'. Elleke Boehmer 02 Mar 2010
163 Creative Commons Michael Madhusudan Datta (1824-1873): a young Bengali poet's exam script washes up on Albion's distant shore Dr Alex Riddiford - "Michael Madhusudan Datta (1824-1873): a young Bengali poet's exam script washes up on Albion's distant shore." This reading was delivered by Anshuman Mondal. Alex Riddiford, Anshuman Mondal 02 Mar 2010
164 Creative Commons Musings of Sir Mohammad Iqbal on the Place of Muslims in late Colonial India: Letters to Edward John Thompson, 1933-1934 Professor Humayun Ansari (RHUL) - 'Musings of Sir Mohammad Iqbal on the Place of Muslims in late Colonial India: Letters to Edward John Thompson, 1933-1934'. Humayun Ansari 02 Mar 2010
165 Creative Commons Introduction and Reading Opening of exhibition by Amitav Ghosh and a reading from his In an Antique Land. Introduced by Anshuman Mondal (Brunel). Amitav Ghosh, Anshuman Mondal 02 Mar 2010
166 Cancer Research in India Part 2 Dr Vinod Raina, co-founder of the INDOX Cancer Research Network, discusses the key achievements of INDOX and the challenges involved in doing clinical trials in India. Vinod Raina, Vanita Sharma 17 Dec 2009
167 Emerging Markets in a Nutshell Three leading academics discuss emerging markets and explore both the issues faced by the economies in China and Latin America and the challenges faced by companies looking to invest in or do business with them. Dana Brown, Eric Thun, Laurence Whitehead 07 Dec 2009
168 Creative Commons Young Lives Project: Children's experiences of poverty, adversity and inequality This talk looks at the work done by the Young Lives Project, a study which tracks 12,000 children across 4 developing countries over a 15 year period trying to find a scientific answer to the question of the causes of childhood poverty. Jo Boyden 28 Oct 2009
169 Pathology in Africa Dr Kenneth Fleming discusses the work that Oxford University is doing to help improve pathology services in Africa. Kenneth Fleming 13 Aug 2009
170 Childhood Cancer in the Developing World Professor Tim Eden talks about the challenges faced in curing childhood cancer in the developing world. Tim Eden, Vanita Sharma 16 Jun 2009
171 Introduction to Indian Literature in translation Professor Boehmer gives a short talk on her current research on Indian Literature in English, looking at the Post-Colonial world of literature and gives an introduction to studying World Literature in the Humanities Division. Elleke Boehmer 30 Apr 2009
172 Studying Buddhism Richard Gombrich, first academic director for the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies (OCBS), gives a talk on Buddhism, from its Indian Origins, its history and its influence on Eastern culture. He also talks about the history of the OCBS. Richard Gombrich 29 Apr 2009
173 Cancer Research in India Dr. Raghib Ali discusses cancer in India, why Oxford University became interested in this problem and how IndOx has helped to improve the standard of clinical trials in India. Raghib Ali, Vanita Sharma 05 Feb 2009
174 Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2008 The Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture was on Wednesday 21st May 2008 at Somerville College, University of Oxford. Professor James C. Scott, Sterling Professor of Political Science, Yale University gave the lecture on the subject of Zomia, Southeast Asia. Roger Zetter, James C. Scott 27 May 2008