Events

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Upcoming Events

Past Events

Contemporary South Asia Seminar Series in partnership with the Department of International Development

Thursday, 21 November, 2013 -
14:00 to 16:00
Seminar Room 2, QEH, 3 Mansfield Road

Contemporary South Asia Seminar Series

"Workfare Programme and Household Economic Security: Findings from Household Panel Data on World's Largest Workfare Programme of India, MG-NREGS"

Speaker(s): 
Subhasis Dey, Manchester University

Contemporary South Asia Seminar Series in partnership with the Department of International Development

Thursday, 14 November, 2013 -
14:00 to 16:00
Seminar Room 2, QEH, 3 Mansfield Road

Contemporary South Asia Seminar Series

"The Imperial March: The Catholic British Subjects of South Kanara across the Anglophone World, 1890-1950"

Speaker(s): 
Dwayne R. Menezes, Cambridge University

The Dilemma for Rural India: Urbanisation or Village Prosperity?

Wednesday, 13 November, 2013 -
11:00 to 17:00
Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Join us to examine india's vision for her rural poor and whether urbanisation is the only route out of poverty for India's 800 million villagers.

Speaker(s): 
Prof. Bob Rowthorne, Emeritus Professor of Economics (Cambridge University)
Prof. James Copestake, Professor of International Development (University of Bath)

Oxford and Kings India Institute Graduate Forum

Saturday, 9 November, 2013 - 11:30
LR23, Balliol College, University of Oxford

"General Elections 2014"

Academics and students from Oxford and King's Institute Graduate forum discuss:

What does the rise of Narendra Modi say about Indian democracy?

What are the stakes for India's secularism?

 

Speaker(s): 
Dr Bhrigupati Singh, King's College, London
Dr Matthew McCartney, University of Oxford

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