INDIA IN THE WORLD FROM THE GREAT WAR TO THE COLD WAR
21 October 2009, 1-4:30 pm
9th Floor, Gladfelter Hall
Russell F. Weigley Room
The Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy and the New India Forum at Temple invites all students and faculty to a workshop on the international and transnational dimensions of Indian history in the twentieth century world.
This event will feature introductory remarks by Dr. Frank Costigliola, Professor of History at the University of Connecticut, a member in residence at the Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies, Princeton University and President of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR).
Five scholars from Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands and United States will present papers questioning the meaning and utility of transnational, international, and global frameworks to the study of India.
Dr. Daud Ali, Associate Professor and Chair at the South Asian Studies Department at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. David C. Engerman, Associate Professor of History at Brandeis University, will discuss the papers.
Light refreshments will follow.
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For more information please visit: http://www.temple.edu/cenfad/India.htm
This event is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD); New India Forum at Temple; Center for Humanities at Temple (CHAT); South Asian Studies Department, University of Pennsylvania; South Asia Center, University of Pennsylvania; and the College of Liberal Arts at Temple University.
Timothy Andrews Sayle
Thomas J. Davis Fellow in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy
Department of History
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