Elsewhere at Harvard

  • 2022 Dec 01

    Reflecting on The Emergency in India

    7:00pm

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    Virtual (registration required)

     

    Life of Pi begins with Pi Patel and his family escaping from India in 1975 at the start of The Emergency, a two-year period of violent political unrest that overtook the country for nearly two years. Join us for a dynamic conversation with Harvard University Professor Sugata Bose who will reflect on how The Emergency began and the long-lasting effects of one of the most impactful periods in modern Indian history.

    A.R.T.’s Civically Speaking series features virtual conversations, lectures...

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  • 2023 Apr 07

    Empire, Nation, Federation: South Asia’s Freedom in Global Perspective (Part 2)

    Fri Apr 7 (All day) to Sun Apr 9 (All day)

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    See posting

    EMPIRE, NATION, FEDERATION: SOUTH ASIA’S FREEDOM IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
    HARVARD-TUFTS CONFERENCE on the 75th ANNIVERSARY of INDEPENDENCE and PARTITION

    Jointly sponsored by the Weatherhead Center and Asia Center of Harvard University and the Center of South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies, Tufts University, and the concert by Zeb Bangash on October 8, 2022, at 6.30 pm supported by Presidents Bacow and Monaco.

    Part 1: October 7-9, 2022, Part 2: April 7-9, 2023

    Friday, April 7, 2023, ASEAN Auditorium, Cabot...

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