Relocating to Bombay from Lahore after partition, the refugee filmmaker Roop Shorey made a series of romantic comedies in independent India starring his collaborator-wife Meena Shorey.
South Asian Studies
All of the Asian States that emerged from British control in varying degrees took key substantial elements of the British Westminster system.
Even though Bhikhu Parekh has written extensively on the theory and practice of multi-ethnic societies, he is yet to articulate the clear critical typography of contemporary forms of national unity that some think necessary to complete his position.
The book launched at this event outlines the diplomatic and external policies of Gilbert Elliot, the first Earl of Minto, who held the office of Governor-General of Bengal from July 1807 to October 1813.
Avishek Ray will explore how the dichotomy between the 'good' wanderer and the 'bad' wanderer in the 'Indian tradition' was premised upon a highly contingent process of religio-political partisanship and struggles over territorialisation.
The Punjab Research Group has been hosting conferences at least twice a year since 1984, and was established as an inclusive and all- embracing forum for discussion and debate on issues pertaining to the East and West Punjab as well as the Punjabi diaspora.
Karin Kapadia, CSASP Associate, is due to give a seminar at Oslo University on Tuesday 6th September on the subject of the forthcoming book she has co-edited: Dalit Women: Vanguard of an alternative politics
Co-edited by S. Anandhi and Karin Kapadia (CSASP Associate)
To be published by Routledge UK and Routledge India in early 2017.
The MPhil in Modern South Asian Studies is an exciting new two-year degree bringing together Oxford’s wealth of expertise on the different states, societies, economies and cultures of South Asia, within a single programme. There is also the option to build in intensive language training. Students gain access to teaching and expert supervision across departments, the ability to combine courses in both the social sciences and the humanities, and rigorous training in one of three tailored modules in research methods.
The MSc in Modern South Asian Studies is an exciting new 12-month degree bringing together Oxford’s wealth of expertise on the different states, societies, economies and cultures of South Asia within a single programme. Students gain access to teaching and expert supervision across departments, the ability to combine courses in both the social sciences and the humanities, rigorous training in one of three tailored modules in research methods, and the option to build in language training. You will graduate with skills and understanding that will give you a competitive edge as you pursue your career beyond Oxford.