Event Archive

  • Religious Freedom in Pluralist Societies

    A workshop on ‘Religious Freedom in Pluralist Societies’ was held on 17 December 2015 between 10.30 and 6 pm at CSDS Seminar Room. It brought together scholars, mostly from India and the United States to discuss the state of religious freedom...

  • What Should the Bhakti Movement Be?

    John Stratton Hawley delivered a lecture on ‘What Should the Bhakti Movement Be?’ on 5 January 2016 at CSDS. The lecture will be chaired by Rajeev Bhargava. In this lecture the speaker attempts to unearth the historical, political, and...

  • Reanimating Romanticism

    Nikolas Kompridis delivered a lecture on ‘Reanimating Romanticism’ on 6 January 2016 at CSDS. For most of the recent century, romanticism has variously identified with repressive forms of communitarianism and nationalism, with kitsch and...

  • Collective Love as Public Freedom

    Allison Weir delivered a lecture on ‘Collective Love as Public Freedom: Ehrenreich, Arendt, and Idle No More’ on 7 January 2016 at CSDS. The lecture was chaired by Shail Mayaram. In this lecture the speaker suggested that the etymological...

  • Tenth Giri Deshingkar Memorial Lecture

    Andrew J. Nathan delivered the Tenth Giri Deshingkar Memorial Lecture on ‘Domestic factors and Chinese Foreign Policy: Would Regime Change Make a Difference?’ on 13 January 2016 at CSDS. The hard logic of China’s geostrategic vulnerability...

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