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South Asian Studies

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Publié le mardi 31 juillet 2012 par Marie Pellen

Résumé

For the last decades, the ECSAS has been an important platform for debate and illustration of contemporary trends in South Asian studies worldwide. The ECSAS conferences are held biennially under the auspices of the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS), a professional, non-profit organization of scholars engaged in research and teaching concerning South Asia with regard to all periods and fields of study. Scholars and students from any field of research related to the South Asian region are invited to participate in the 22nd European Conference on South Asian Studies (ECSAS) in Lisbon.

Annonce

The 22nd European Conference on South Asian Studies, ECSAS, will be organized by CRIA - Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia, and hosted by ISCTE-IUL (Portugal) on the 25th to 28th July 2012. 

Programme

25 July

Start time / Room / Panel

14:00    C406    P04    State and tribe in central-eastern India: (re)approaching a troubled and troublesome nexus  

14:00    C301    P05    The empire at the margins: subaltern voices from Portuguese colonialism in India  

14:00    C402    P10    Rural poverty, inequality and contemporary social mobilisation  

14:00    C408    P11    Changing spaces, identities and livelihoods in Delhi  

14:00    C407    P35    Imagining Bangladesh and its 40 years  

14:00    C405    P36    Language death and language preservation in South Asia  

14:00    C401    P38    The 19th century: discontinuities, sites and events in Indian literature  

16:15    C401    P16    Meerut revisited: the conspiracy case in context, 1929-1934  

26 July

Start time / Room / Panel


09:00    C402    P09    Developing control: the reconfiguration of space and the making of development on the ground  

09:00    C302    P15    Re-forming subjects: colonial and national approaches to moral education, 18th to mid-20th century  

09:00    C406    P30    Village restudies in South Asia  

09:00    C405    P32    Marriage in South Asia: practices and transformations  

09:00    C408    P39    Narrative and counter narrative in contemporary South Asian literature and film  

09:00    C407    P44    Security architecture in South Asia: prospects and challenges  

09:00    C401    P47    Of saints, converts, and heroes: hagiographies and conversion auto/biographies across religions in South Asia  

09:00 Grande Auditório P51 From the inside looking out… Filmic visions of South Asia's tacit "other"  

14:00    C406    P18    Settled strangers: why South Asians in diaspora remain outsiders?  

14:00    C301    P48    Life on the margins: Expressions of agency among the marginalized in Contemporary South Asia.  

16:15    C405    P02    Collective action and class struggle: anthropological and historical perspectives on India's working classes  

16:15    C402    P25    Mercantile spaces, networks, and mobility in early modern South Asia

16:15    C407    P26    The politicization of emotions in South Asia  

16:15    C301    P33    Law and religion in practice in South Asia  

16:15    C408    P42    Relevance of the economy in transformations from war to peace in South Asia  

27 July

Start time / Room / Reference panel / Title

09:00    C407    P03    Possession, mental illness and the effectiveness of healing rituals in contemporary South Asia and beyond    email

09:00    C301    P06    Politics in the margins: the everyday state, violence and contested rule in South Asia  

09:00    C302    P07    Knowledge, power and health in South Asia: historical tensions and emerging issues  

09:00    C402    P23    Yogis, sufis, devotees: religious/literary encounters in pre-modern and modern South Asia  

09:00    C405    P24    Pakistan: state formation, identity politics, and national contestation  

09:00    C406    P40    Portuguese orientalism: postcolonial perspectives  

09:00    C408    P45    Objects of worship in the lived religions of South Asia: forms, practices and meanings  
09:00    C401    P46    Christians, cultural interactions, and South Asia's religious traditions  

14:00    C301    P19    Visions of Portuguese India, Portuguese visions of India, 16th-18th centuries  

14:00    C104    P34    The partisan manufacture of citizens in India  

16:15    C407    P12    Rethinking gender and politics in South Asia  

16:15    C406    P17    Children and colonial (con)texts of power in India  

16:15    C405    P20    Bombay from the ashes: the creation and emergence of city space, 1803-1920  

16:15    C401    P21    The republic of letters: the Islamicate world of writing  

16:15    C408    P27    Technologies, industries, practices: examining the soundscape of Indian films  

16:15    C301    P29    Courtesans in South India: towards a revisionist cultural history

28 July

Start time / Room / Reference panel / Title


09:00    B201    P01    Ritual and the practice of texts in South Asia  

09:00    C406    P08    Dalit communities in India and diaspora: agency and activism, research and representation  

09:00    C407    P14    Regimes of violence and phantasms of good government in colonial India, 1800-1947  

09:00    C405    P28    The (im)morality of everyday life in South Asia  

09:00    B202    P31    Disability in South Asia: an emerging discourse  

09:00    C401    P37    Up to date? Hindi literature in the 21st century  

09:00    C402    P43    Political parties and change in South Asia  

09:00    C408    P50    State-identity interface: explorations in economic, social and cultural dynamics of tribal communities  

11:15    C407    P13    The Indian state in transition in the 1940s and 1950s

Events

Wednesday

Opening reception, Museu Cidade, 19:30 onwards

ECSAS2012 will host a reception with wine and canapés which will take place in the cloisters and garden of the Museu da Cidade, where you will be entertained by a fadista and a guitarist. The Mayor may be present to welcome delegates to the city. The museum is just a ten minute walk from the main venue.

The museum presents evidence of Asian cultures and the five centuries of Portuguese presence in Asia, with a trans-disciplinary approach, and through the exchange of perspectives from History, Art and Anthropology, seeks to offer visitors a living and insightful memory of Asian cultures and the centuries old relationships established between the East and the West (and particularly Portugal).


The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00-18:00, and Friday: 10:00-22:00 (with free entry from 18:00 to 22:00); with last admission 30mins before closing.

Thursday

Film screening, Grande Auditório, 11:15-19:15

There will be a film series screening in the Grande Auditório following on from Panel 51: From the inside looking out… Filmic visions of South Asia's tacit 'other'. All are invited to attend.

EASAS General meeting, B203, 18:00-20:00

All members are invited to attend this general meeting of the Association.

Friday

Conference banquet, Museu do Oriente, 19:30 onwards

The banquet will be held at Museu do Oriente on a terrace overlooking the beautiful River Tagus. The delegates will be entitled to free entrance to all the Museus' exhibitions, granted by the Museum's administration.

Tickets for the dinner had to be requested when registering for the conference and purchased in advance.

Travel time to the Museu is ~40minutes by bus/metro and some of conference team will be guiding delegates.

Panels

 

  • P01 Ritual and the practice of texts in South Asia
  • P02 Collective action and class struggle: anthropological and historical perspectives on India's working classes
  • P03 Possession, mental illness and the effectiveness of healing rituals in contemporary South Asia and beyond
  • P04 State and tribe in central-eastern India: (re)approaching a troubled and troublesome nexus
  • P05 The empire at the margins: subaltern voices from Portuguese colonialism in India
  • P06 Politics in the margins: the everyday state, violence and contested rule in South Asia
  • P07 Knowledge, power and health in South Asia: historical tensions and emerging issues
  • P08 Dalit communities in India and diaspora: agency and activism, research and representation
  • P09 Developing control: the reconfiguration of space and the making of development on the ground
  • P10 Rural poverty, inequality and contemporary social mobilisation
  • P11 Changing spaces, identities and livelihoods in Delhi
  • P12 Rethinking gender and politics in South Asia
  • P13 The Indian state in transition in the 1940s and 1950s
  • P14 Regimes of violence and phantasms of good government in colonial India, 1800-1947
  • P15 Re-forming subjects: colonial and national approaches to moral education, 18th to mid-20th century
  • P16 Meerut revisited: the conspiracy case in context, 1929-1934
  • P17 Children and colonial (con)texts of power in India
  • P18 Settled strangers: why South Asians in diaspora remain outsiders?
  • P19 Visions of Portuguese India, Portuguese visions of India, 16th-18th centuries
  • P20 Bombay from the ashes: the creation and emergence of city space, 1803-1920
  • P21 The republic of letters: the Islamicate world of writing
  • P23 Yogis, sufis, devotees: religious/literary encounters in pre-modern and modern South Asia
  • P24 Pakistan: state formation, identity politics, and national contestation
  • P25 Mercantile spaces, networks, and mobility in early modern South Asia
  • P26 The politicization of emotions in South Asia
  • P27 Technologies, industries, practices: examining the soundscape of Indian films
  • P28 The (im)morality of everyday life in South Asia
  • P29 Courtesans in South India: towards a revisionist cultural history
  • P30 Village restudies in South Asia
  • P31 Disability in South Asia: an emerging discourse
  • P32 Marriage in South Asia: practices and transformations
  • P33 Law and religion in practice in South Asia
  • P34 The partisan manufacture of citizens in India
  • P35 Imagining Bangladesh and its 40 years
  • P36 Language death and language preservation in South Asia
  • P37 Up to date? Hindi literature in the 21st century
  • P38 The 19th century: discontinuities, sites and events in Indian literature
  • P39 Narrative and counter narrative in contemporary South Asian literature and film
  • P40 Portuguese orientalism: postcolonial perspectives
  • P42 Relevance of the economy in transformations from war to peace in South Asia
  • P43 Political parties and change in South Asia
  • P44 Security architecture in South Asia: prospects and challenges
  • P45 Objects of worship in the lived religions of South Asia: forms, practices and meanings
  • P46 Christians, cultural interactions, and South Asia's religious traditions
  • P47 Of saints, converts, and heroes: hagiographies and conversion auto/biographies across religions in South Asia
  • P48 Life on the margins: Expressions of agency among the marginalized in Contemporary South Asia.
  • P50 State-identity interface: explorations in economic, social and cultural dynamics of tribal communities
  • P51 From the inside looking out… Filmic visions of South Asia's tacit "other"


 

Authors and respective panels

  • Ahmad, Mujeeb. Rise of militancy in the Pakistani Barelwis: the case of Sunni Tehrik - P24
  • Akter Satu, Shammi. Urban development in Bangladesh: The spatial planning perspective - P35
  • Aktor, Mikael. The Shiva Linga: what's in a form? - P45
  • Alder, Ketan. External and internal perspectives on development in tribal Jharkhand - P09
  • Alessandrini, Nunziatella. Visions of Portuguese India in the Italian documentation of the 16th century - P19
  • Annamalai, E. Death by other means: neo-vernacularization of South Asian languages - P36
  • Ansaldo, Umberto. Diversity, convergence and modernity in Sri Lanka: a retrospective - P36
  • Ansari, Sarah. Sindhi nationalism and identity politics in Pakistan - P24
  • Ara, Hussan. The application of the process of ritual healing through spiritual transformation, relations and radical empathy - P03
  • Ara, Hussan. Terrorism at sea: maritime security challenges in South Asia - P44
  • Araújo, Caio. Criminalizing the "third body": gender, law and sexuality in colonial Calcutta - P12
  • Avelar, Ana Paula. Orientalism in 16th century Portuguese chronicles - P40
  • Bagchi, Barnita. Fruits of knowledge: polemics, humour, and moral education in selected Bengali women's writing, c. 1920-c.1960 - P15
  • Bal, Ellen. "Were we born here to suffer?" Constructing notions of belonging and disengagement in Bangladesh - P35
  • Balachandran, Aparna. Christians in conflict: Christianity, outcastes and the city in nineteenth-century South India - P46
  • Banerjee, Milinda. "Asceticizing" and "ethicalizing" everyday peasant life: the case of the Rajavamshis of Bengal, ca 1910-2010 - P28
  • Banerjee, Milinda. Saviour against Caesar: Assessing the concept of incarnation in Indian nationalist theology in late 19th- and early 20th-century Bengal - P46
  • Banerjee, Supurna. The language of protest: perception of agency within the women workers of the tea plantations of North Bengal, India - P48
  • Bangash, Yaqoob. Constructing a state: constitutional Integration of the princely states in Pakistan, 1947-73 - P24
  • Barreto Xavier, Ângela. Catholic orientalism and Portuguese orientalism: connections and differences - P40
  • Bastos, Cristiana. Of plagues and names: negotiating sanitary order in colonial Goa - P07
  • Basu, Helene. Rational exorcism: healing possession and the Swaminarayan panth - P03
  • Basu Ray Chaudhury, Anasua. Energy security of South Asia and the Bay of Bengal - P44
  • Batabyal, Somnath. Middle class environmentalism: Indian media and activism - P11
  • Batool, Rubeena. Management of post 9/11 decision-making structures related to states at risk: a case study of Pakistan - P44
  • Battaglia, Giulia. Reflecting upon the predicament of digital image-making in South Asia - P51
  • Baujard, Julie. No planning, no policies: the case of the Tibetan colony of Majnu ka tila - P11
  • Bauman, Chad. Pentecostals, charismatics, and anti-Christian violence - P46
  • Bauman, Chad. Mythological biography and the biography of a myth: Guru Ghasidas, Satnamis, and Christians in colonial Chhattisgarh - P47
  • Benteler, Miriam. Saints and brotherhoods: ritual and ritual knowledge among the Latin Catholics of Kerala, South India - P01
  • Bhatia, Mohita. Agency of Dalits in a conflict situation: the case of Jammu and Kashmir - P08
  • Bhattacharya, Binayak. The rebellious politics and counter-aesthetics of the Bengali popular films now - P39
  • Bhattacharya, Binayak. Bhadralok vanguard and 'cultural governance': the biped leftism of West Bengal - P43
  • Bhattacharya, Nilanjan. It's all rheydt: reflecting on German art intervention in Durga Puja festival in Calcutta - P51
  • Bhattacharya, Sanjoy. Power and powerlessness: colonial- and post-colonial governance, and international health in India, 1920-1980 - P07
  • Bindi, Serena. Hybridizing idioms: interrogating the shifting interpretations of disabilty in a north Indian biomedical setting - P31
  • Bishokarma, Miriam. Development as a strategy in the struggle over "Gorkhaland" - P09
  • Blell, Mwenza. British Pakistanis, new reproductive technologies, and transnational (in)fertilities - P07
  • Blom, Amélie. "Talking emotions": exploring young born-again Muslims' narratives in Bangalore and Lahore - P26
  • Bloomer, Kristin. Ritual as text, text as ritual: the poetics of possession in South India - P01
  • Bochkovskaya, Anna. Adjusting the image: "traditional" and "modern" in Punjab Deras' representation - P08
  • Bougnot, Olivier. "Comment on écrit l'histoire?" Writing and unwriting history in modern Hindi and Bengali literature - P39
  • Bouillier, Veronique. Nâth and Sufis encounters - P23
  • Brandt, Carmen. Script as a preserver of languages in South Asia? - P36
  • Brown, Luke. If I did not pray, the jinn would press me down even further: ethnic and cultural determinants of help seeking among ethnic minorities in Britain - P03
  • Byrne, Sarah. Compromising local government: politics and authority in Nepal's post-conflict transition - P06
  • Cachado, Rita. South Asians, Gujaratis, Hindus, and other identities - the process of being a Hindu in Portugal - P18
  • Cardoso, Hugo. The demise of Indo-Portuguese in South India - P36
  • Carrin Tambs-Lyche, Marine. Indigenous knowledge as a resource to promote an alternative citizenship - P04
  • Carrin Tambs-Lyche, Marine. The performance of indigeneity and the politics of representation: divergent views - P50
  • Castaing, Anne. "Comment on écrit l'histoire?" Writing and unwriting history in modern Hindi and Bengali literature - P39
  • Cavaliere, Stefania. Time of thought, language of dream: some counter-narrative schemes in Hindi 'experimental' prose - P39
  • Cerulli, Anthony. The ritual use and production of texts in the education of Malayali physicians - P01
  • Chakma, Bhumitra. Is a liberal security order emerging in South Asia? - P44
  • Chatterjee, Nandini. Cultural expertise and social vision: Justice Amir Ali's interpretation of Indian tradition - P33
  • Chattha, Ilyas. Partition refugees' agricultural resettlement in West Punjab: changing balance of power in Pakistan - P24
  • Chattopadhyay, Dhrupadi. Aberration as the norm: representing the Christian converts in nineteenth century Bengal - P47
  • Chaturvedula, Nandini. Rhetoric or Reality? Perceptions of Corruption in Portuguese India - P19
  • Chaudhuri, Nupur. Discourse on Bengali girls' education from 1880s to 1930s - P17
  • Chiriyankandath, James. What happened to "garibi hatao"? The Congress Party and the politics of poverty - P43
  • Ciotti, Manuela. North India 1950s-2000s: two (conceptual) villages, its (Chamar) inhabitants and the question of 'the new' - P08
  • Claquin, Timour. Ethnopolitics, business and connectivity in the Garo Hills region of Meghalaya - P06
  • Clark, Matthew. The formation of the identity of the Dasanami-Samnyasis - P23
  • Condos, Mark. Belligerent empire and military despotism in colonial India, 1800-60 - P14
  • Consolaro, Alessandra. New horizons for Hindi writing in the contemporary age: the case of Kuṇal Siṃh. - P37
  • Consolaro, Alessandra. Becoming-minor counternarrative: Kuṇāl Siṃh's Romiyo Jūliyaṭ aur aṁdherā (Romeo, Juliet and darkness). - P39
  • Copland, Ian. History in flux: Indira Gandhi and the great all-party campaign for the protection of the cow, 1966-67 - P13
  • Damodaran, Sumangala. Migrant identities and kinds of industrial work in Delhi - P11
  • Damodaran, Vinita. Mining and sacred landscapes in Eastern India - P04
  • Das Gupta, Sanjukta. Adivasis and the state in Chotonagpur: negotiation and resistance in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - P04
  • Datta, Anjali B. The urban conquest of the periphery - P09
  • Dayeh, Islam. The flower of Arabic philology and its Persian fruit: Siraj al-din Ali Khan Arzu's (d.1756) appropriation in his 'Musmir' of Jalal al-din al-Suyuti's (d.1505) 'Al-Muzhir'. - P21
  • de Bruijn, Thomas. Hindi on the web - P37
  • de Bruijn, Thomas. Dominance and counter-narrative as positions in the cultural and literary field - P39
  • De Neve, Geert. Money, marriage and morality: moral evaluations of love marriages in a South Indian industrial town - P28
  • de Silva, Jani. Masculinity, violence and the body - P12
  • Delacy, Richard. The ambivalent return to the village in the post-liberalization period: Maitreyi Pushpa's novel "Chak" [the potter's wheel] - P37
  • Delvoye, Françoise. 'Nalini'Encounters between Sufi saints and court musicians in the sultanate and Mughal periods - P23
  • Denault, Leigh. Constructing 'madhya sreni' (middle-class) values: social and religious education in the Hindi-speaking household - P15
  • DeVotta, Neil. Sri Lanka's soft-authoritarian dispensation - P43
  • Dhanda, Meena. Being a Dalit in Ludhiana, Punjab - P08
  • Dhubert, Thibaut. The formation of the Bengali Sufi idiom and religious debates in seventeenth-century eastern Bengal - P23
  • Dimitrova, Diana. The dramas of Urdu-Hindi author Upendranath Ashk (1910-1996): narrative and counter narrative - P39
  • Donner, Henrike. Of untold riches and unruly homes: Neoliberalism, property and morality in middle-class Calcutta families - P28
  • Drumond Braga, Duarte. Displaced Orientalism: Portuguese Orientalism between empire and memory - P40
  • Dupont, Véronique. Which place for the homeless in an aspiring global city like Delhi? Scrutiny of a mobilization campaign in the context of the 2010 Commonwealth Games - P11
  • Elliott, Derek. Torture and good government: the violent contradictions of company governance in India - P14
  • Esteves Reis, Mónica. Thru art with art, the strategies of conversion thru native forms and symbols. - P19
  • Favero, Paolo. Reflecting upon the predicament of digital image-making in South Asia - P51
  • Fennell, Shailaja. Group rights, distributional conflicts and the making of unequal identities - P50
  • Fernandes, Jason Keith. A Chain of Subalternities? - P05
  • Fibiger, Marianne. The living icon - P45
  • Freier, Monika. Modern ethics and etiquette - Hindi advice books in colonial India - P15
  • Frenz, Matthias. A woman at the crossroads: reformist ideals and narrative strategies in A. Madhaviah's biographical novel "Clarinda" - P47
  • Frese, Heiko. Journals, Telugu literature and its encounter with the West - P38
  • Gaenszle, Martin. "Numafung": images of ethnic culture in Nepali cinema - P51
  • Gaikwad, Nikhar. Smiling Buddha, Shakti, and beyond: India's nuclear policies at crossroads - P44
  • Gama, Fabiene. The South Asian Institute of Photography and the "independent" imagination of Bangladesh - P35
  • Gazieva, Indira. Russian Indians: do they become natives? - P18
  • George, Joppan. Unsound sound: a brief history of Indian talkies in the 1930s - P27
  • Ghimire, Safal. Post-conflict reconstruction and economic transformation in Nepal - P42
  • Glushkova, Irina. Object of worship as a free choice: Vithoba (god), Dnyaneshvar (saint), the Dnyaneshvari (book), and even Samadhi (grave) - P45
  • Gonçalves Miranda, Rui. Salazar, Goa and the Goans: imperial images and Goan voices - P40
  • Gooptu, Nandini. Informality, class and work culture in post-liberalisation India: a study of urban private security guards - P02
  • Gould, William. Food controls, rationing and the politics of corruption and anti-corruption in Uttar Pradesh in the 1940s and 1950s - P13
  • Govinda, Radhika. Gender and identity politics in urban renewal in Delhi: changing dynamics of life and livelihood in Lal Dora villages - P11
  • Graner, Elvira. Dhaka's transport: (re-)negotiating governance and control in a megacity - P09
  • Gravend-Tirole, Xavier. Abhishiktananda and mysticism: Some postcolonial (re)investigations - P46
  • Grunebaum, Jason. Choosing an English for Hindi: recent translations - P37
  • Gupta, Pamila. Goa, an internal 'exotic' in South Asia: discourses of colonialism and tourism - P05
  • Gust, Anna. "Public good" versus "private convenience": colonial ideology and city space - P20
  • Guzy, Lidia. Landscape as Resistance - P04
  • Halliburton, Murphy. The developing country advantage: assessing the effectiveness of religious healing in South India - P03
  • Hampshire, Kate. British Pakistanis, new reproductive technologies, and transnational (in)fertilities - P07
  • Haniffa, Farzana. Muslim politics in Sri Lanka before and after the emergence of Muslim political parties - P43
  • Harder, Hans. Misplaced gods and new Puranic heroes: topsy-turvy counter-mythology in modern South Asian literatures - P39
  • Harper, Ian. Evolution and growth of health research and experimentation in Nepal: emerging trends, actors and modalities - P07
  • Hawley, Jack. Archetypal Bhakti encounters - P23
  • Henn, Alexander. Cutting Across Doctrines: The Goan Ganv - P05
  • Hiralal, Kalpana. Struggling for migratory and citizenship rights - the experiences of free Indian migrants to Natal 1880-1930 - P18
  • Homm, Sebastian. Spatial strategies in the industrial development of peri-urban Chennai, India - P09
  • Huesken, Ute. Women's ritual agency: on texts and practice in a South Indian Brahmanic tradition - P01
  • Ikhlef, Hakim. Portuguese visions of the Sultanate of Mysore in second half of the 18th century. - P19
  • Iqtidar, Humeira. Piety and the 'Market' - P10
  • Israel, Hephzibah. Conversion and the language of autobiography: inventing the protestant self in nineteenth-century India - P47
  • Jabeen, Musarrat. The legacy of poverty, marginalization and underdevelopment in Balochistan: historical, political and social factors - P42
  • Jabeen, Musarrat. Management of post 9/11 decision-making structures related to states at risk: a case study of Pakistan - P44
  • Jacobsen, Knut Axel. Rituals of Sāṃkhya-Yoga - P01
  • Jacobsen, Knut Axel. Sacred images of the ancient sage Kapila in contemporary Hindu traditions - P45
  • Jagannathan, Bharati. Creating a community, Creating a Tradition: The Politics of Tamil Srivaisnava Hagiographies- P47
  • Jandu, Gurbachan. Gurdwara, Sikh youth and identity politics in London: a case study of the Hounslow Gurdwara and the transmission of British Sikh identity - P18
  • Janeja, Manpreet. Food and ownership in imagining Bangladesh - P35
  • Jaoul, Nicolas. "Harijan Sandesh": finding one's way to citizenship - P34
  • Jasani, Rubina. If I did not pray, the jinn would press me down even further: ethnic and cultural determinants of help seeking among ethnic minorities in Britain - P03
  • Javid, Hassan. Popular movements and the uneven geography of opposition in Punjab - P10
  • Javid, Hassan. Path dependence and the persistence of landed power in Punjab - P24
  • Jebanesan, Subramaniam. Seeing through mirage: Marxist perspectives on Catholicism and conversion from K. Daniel's "Kanal" (1983), a Sri Lankan Tamil Dalit novel - P47
  • Jeffery, Roger. Janus in the mediscape? The Indian pharmaceuticals industry (and its global ambitions) - P07
  • Jones, Arun. Calvin in Kashi - Kashi in Calvin - P46
  • Jones, Justin. Of courts and codes: Islamic legal pluralism and the question of authority in colonial India - P33
  • Jullien, Clémence. Maternity policies in Northern India: issues and implementation of maternal and child healthcare programs - P07
  • Kalyanpur, Maya. Changing perspectives of disability in India's transition towards globalization: implications for educational policy and practice for children with disabilities - P31
  • Kanungo, Pralay. In Defence of their Endangered Life Worlds: The Adivasi Uprisings in Contemporary Odisha- P04
  • Kato, Mariko. Function of remittances and intra-state migration for Dalits in rural Bihar: 1980s to 2000s - P08
  • Kaur, Ravinder. Institutional continuities, changing dynamics? Marriage in contemporary South Asia - P32
  • Kc, Diwas. The workers and the intellectuals at Meerut - P16
  • Kersenboom, Saskia. Ganika: glorifying the public - P29
  • Keshavmurthy, Prashant. The flower of Arabic philology and its Persian fruit: Siraj al-din Ali Khan Arzu's (d.1756) appropriation in his 'Musmir' of Jalal al-din al-Suyuti's (d.1505) 'Al-Muzhir'. - P21
  • Keune, Jon. Religious others redacted: the writings of and hagiographies about Eknath - P23
  • Khan, Amina. Security architecture in South Asia: prospects and challenges - a Pakistani perspective - P44
  • Khan, Muhammad. Peacebuilding and stability in FATA: understanding the process of extremism - P24
  • Khan, Muhammad. Peace building and stability in FATA: understanding the spread of extremism - P44
  • Khan, Razak. Enlightened ruler or decadent prince: colonial education and reform of princely India - P15
  • Khandeparkar, Sammit. Fabricating a caste: a study of the role played by a foundational text in forming a caste - P05
  • Khanna, Akshay. Justice beyond Law - eroticism, morality and the juridical register in India - P28
  • Khatri, Rekha. Evolution and growth of health research and experimentation in Nepal: emerging trends, actors and modalities - P07
  • Khera, Dipti. Visualizing Udaipur as a charismatic landscape: circulating people, objects, and ideas in 18th and 19th century India - P25
  • Khokhlova, Liudmila. Majority language death - P36
  • Kim, Hanna. Negotiating NIMBY, neighbourliness, and being publicly Hindu in the United States - P18
  • Kim, Helen. (Can we) do it like this? Politics and the sounds of a convivial 'desi' London space - P27
  • Kirmani, Nida. To be or not to be 'Islamic feminist': Comparing the approaches of the Indian and Pakistani women's movements vis-à-vis islam - P12
  • Kirmani, Nida. The answer to our prayers? The possibilities and limits of the nikahnama as a means to protecting Muslim women's rights in South Asia - P32
  • Klem, Bart. Contested rule in eastern Sri Lanka: a longitudinal perspective - P06
  • Kocho-Williams, Alastair. The impact of the Meerut Conspiracy case on the Comintern's challenge to British India - P16
  • Korf, Benedikt. Contested rule in eastern Sri Lanka: a longitudinal perspective - P06
  • Kulandai Raj, James. PonniahSouth Asian Christianity under scanner: its negotiations and negations by the Dalits in India - P46
  • Kumarasingham, Harshan. Patronage over party: high politics in Sri Lanka following independence - P43
  • Lama, Rinzi. Matas/pitas and their healing rooms - P03
  • Landy, Frederic. Nature conservation as "development", or is environmentalism for everyone? The case of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai - P09
  • Lang, Claudia. From possession to mental disorder and back: (re)inventing and positioning ayurvedic psychiatry in the mental health pluralism of Kerala - P03
  • Leonard, Karen. Mercantile spaces, networks, and mobility in early modern South Asia - P25
  • Leucci, Tiziana. 'Courtly culture': some thoughts on the dharma of South Indian courtesans - P29
  • Lim, Lisa. Diversity, convergence and modernity in Sri Lanka: a retrospective - P36
  • Lindberg, Anna. Dowry in Kerala: from women's wealth to women's marriage fee - P32
  • Lobo, Sandra. Francisco João da Costa and the ideas of assimilation and hybridity - P40
  • Long, Roger. Ethnicity and politics in Pakistan: the case of Karachi - P24
  • Lopo, Rui. Nineteenth-century Portuguese Philosophical Orientalism and the representation of Hinduism and Buddhism - P40
  • Loureiro, Miguel. Who Do You Love? Premarital and marital choices in rural Pakistan-administered Kashmir - P32
  • Lourenço, Inês. South Asians, Gujaratis, Hindus, and other identities - the process of being a Hindu in Portugal - P18
  • Louro, Michele. Rethinking Meerut: Nehru, the League against Imperialism, and the limits of internationalism in India - P16
  • Luchesi, Brigitte. 'Living images' as objects of worship in Himachal Pradesh, North India - P45
  • Machado, Everton V. Orientalized orientals in the world that the Portuguese created: the case of some writers of the Goan Christian milieu - P40
  • Maksimenko, Irina. Russian Indians: do they become natives? - P18
  • Malik, Anushay. Local forms of national resistance: the industrial workers of Lahore, 1968-1973 - P06
  • Mallinson, James. Unity and difference among medieval Indian ascetics - P23
  • Manandhar, Prabin. Does identity based social mobilization matter? - P10
  • Mapril, José. A Shaheed Minar in Lisbon: national imaginaries, objects and the transnational person - P35
  • Marques, Sandra. You're on the air. Now what? - P51
  • Martin, Nicolas. Greed and scarcity in the Pakistani Punjab - P28
  • Mattausch, John. Unsettled citizens? British South Asians - P18
  • Menezes, Deborah Christina. Not silent yet: the presentation of identity of older people in care homes in Goa, India - P48
  • Mestroni, Simone. Practicing and imagining the Kashmiri intifada: stonepelting as governance institution - P06
  • Michelutti, Lucia. Caste sovereignties: who is entitled to govern? - P34
  • Mohammad-Arif, Aminah. "Talking emotions": exploring young born-again Muslims' narratives in Bangalore and Lahore - P26
  • Mohanty, Aditya. Negotiating Liminality in a megalopolis - P11
  • Mohmand, Shandana. The impact of women's mobility on political participation in rural Pakistan - P12
  • Mohmand, Shandana. Political parties and the transformation of a village in Pakistani Punjab - P43
  • Mohomed, Carimo. "Mohammadan Revealed Law" and "Mohammadan Common Law": law, religion and political reform in late 19th century India through the eyes of Chiragh Ali - P33
  • Mondini, Sara. Performing the Puja and the Ziyara at the Grave of a Sultan. The Ahmad Shah Bahmani Mausoleum between Old-Political and New-Religious Perceptions- P45
  • Montaut, Annie. Is Nai Kahani fading away? From K.B. Vaid's critique and his fiction to U. Prakash's fiction - P37
  • Montaut, Annie. An exemplary counter narrator: Krishna Baldev Vaid - P39
  • Morey, Stephen. Language maintenance and loss in North East India - P36
  • Moritz, Maria. A "universal brotherhood of men" through education? Rudolf Steiner's (1861-1925) reform pedagogy and theosophy's South Asian liaison - P15
  • Mosse, David. Dalit rights &the development agenda: the promise, progress and pitfalls of NGO networking and international advocacy. - P08
  • Mufti, Mariam. Understanding the 'persistently unstable' nature of Pakistan's hybrid regime - P24
  • Mukherjee, Madhuja. Soundscape, soundmarks, musical trajectories: the architecture of sound and music in popular Hindi cinemas - P27
  • Mukherjee, Sipra. In opposition to Brahma and Brahmins: constructing the hagiography of the Matua Dharma founder - P47
  • Murphy, Anne. Encounters with the Guru - P23
  • Myrvold, Kristina. Making the book a living guru: ritual practices among contemporary Sikhs - P45
  • Nair, Deepa. Hindu diaspora in the United States - negotiating an identity through religious pilgrimage - P18
  • Nardi, Carlo. Film sound and the negotiation of moral boundaries - P27
  • Newman, Robert. Celluloid subalterns: Goa and Goans In Hindi Film - P05
  • Nuckolls, Charles. Maternal desire and the origin of political order in a South Indian village - P26
  • Oddie, Geoffrey. Issues in the writing of missionary biography: James Long of Bengal, 1814-87 - P47
  • Oecknick, Linda. Changing identities, risk and livelihood diversification: live-in domestic's in Delhi - P11
  • Oesterheld, Christina. The exemplary modern man: Mirza Rusva's Sharif Zada - P15
  • Oesterheld, Joachim. Experiences in settling down - Indians in Germany - P18
  • Offredi, Mariola. India at the mid of the 3rd Millennium. A cry against ultramodernisation - P39
  • Orsini, Francesca. Writing about work - P37
  • Osella, Filippo. Migration and the immorality of everyday life - P28
  • Palriwala, Rajni. Institutional continuities, changing dynamics? Marriage in contemporary South Asia - P32
  • Pande, Ishita. Law, medicine and 'child-rape' in late nineteenth century India - P17
  • Parobo, Parag. In search of self: identity as resistance in Goa - P05
  • Passos, Joana. Salazar, Goa and the Goans: imperial images and Goan voices - P40
  • Patel, Simin. Gentlemen prefer hotels: hoteliering in colonial Bombay - P20
  • Pauwels, Heidi. Soirées of bhaktas and Sufis in the early eighteenth century: evidence from the pen of Savant Singh of Kishangarh - P23
  • Pereira, Cláudia. Oral tradition and resilience to Portuguese domination: memory of conversion among Catholic Gaudde in Goa, India - P05
  • Peterson, Indira. The Courtesan's life as Art in the Viralivitututu, an 18th-century Tamil literary genre - P29
  • Polit, Karin. Healing words: exploring the uses of ritual texts during healing ceremonies in the Garhwal Himalayas, North India - P01
  • Powell, Avril. New educational theories and India: advocates of Froebelian principles and practices in the late nineteenth century - P15
  • Prakash, Amit. Politics of transformation: governmentality of participation in Jharkhand - P50
  • Purewal, Navtej. Pakistan's religious others: reflections on the 'minority' discourse on Christians - P24
  • Rahman, Md. Mokhlesur. Urban development in Bangladesh: The spatial planning perspective - P35
  • Ram, Ronki. The other modernity and forgotten tradition: resurfacing of Dalit cultural heritage in contemporary India - P08
  • Ramasubramonian, Ramakumar. Where is the "agrarian" in contemporary rural mobilisations? - P10
  • Ranganathan, Shubha. Re-thinking 'cure' and 'efficacy': ritual healing and possession in the Mahanubhav sect in Maharashtra, India - P03
  • Rao, Anupama. Urban subalterns and the political thought of emancipation - P34
  • Rao, Shridevi. The South Asian disability experience and the social model within the context of globalization: implications for policy and practice - P31
  • Rao, V. Narayana. Self as the other: Autobiography of Chellapilla Venkata Sastry - P38
  • Ravindran, Deapica. From being a care-giver to becoming a researcher - clinical research in India - P07
  • Raza, Ali. Meerut and its impact on regional politics: a case study of the Punjabi Leftist movement - P16
  • Reetz, Dietrich. Sectarian emotions vs. religious politics: Pakistan's Islamic parties and the Defence of Pakistan Council - P26
  • Rest, Matthäus. A dam cancelled and reincarnated: the Nepalese Arun-3 hydropower project - P09
  • Ripert, Blandine. Redefining tribal claims in a context of political change in Central Nepal - P50
  • Robotka, Bettina.Political turmoil in a megacity: the MQM in Karachi and its capacity for change - P43
  • Rousseleau, Raphael. Hindu 'mainstream' and 'tribal' discourses about the origins and functions of the state - P04
  • Roy, Indrajit. Making citizens, forging states: political subjectivities among rural poor in Eastern India - P34
  • Said, Maurice. Redefining space through aid: an analysis of development as a tool for elite mobility in southern Sri Lanka - P09
  • Samad, Yunas. Ethnicity and conflict in Baluchistan - P24
  • Samarth, Anil. Portugal-India, mutual, secular discoveries - P40
  • San Chirico, Kerry. The pitfalls, perils, and promise of "Hindu"-"Christian" studies - P46
  • Sanchez, Andrew. Sons of the soil, sons of steel: autochthony and the class concept in industrial India - P02
  • Sancho, David. "Schooling with a difference": an ethnography of Indian citizenship in an urban Kerala private school - P28
  • Sardesai, Madhavi. On a trail with Konkanno - P05
  • Sariola, Salla. From being a care-giver to becoming a researcher - clinical research in India - P07
  • Sariola, Salla. Researching the researcher: studying public health interventions in Sri Lanka - P07
  • Sarkar, Aditya. The antinomies of industrial relations: Bombay, 1881-1897 - P20
  • Sax, William. Possession in transcultural perspective - P03
  • Saxena, Swati. Adoption of new-age vaccines by India: a study of discourses on nation building and international diplomacy - P07
  • Schleiter, Markus. "Tribal" consciousness on VideoCD? State, ideas of belonging and popular Santali films - P50
  • Schleyer, Maritta. A community of the virtuous: emotions and the moral foundation of Khwaja Hasan Nizami's and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's visions of the Indian nation - P26
  • Schulte-Droesch, Lea. External and internal perspectives on development in tribal Jharkhand - P09
  • Schulte-Droesch, Lea. Indigenous hunting and the state: claiming rights by emphasizing tradition- P50
  • Sen, Uditi. Bringing up citizens: education and identity amongst partition's orphans - P34
  • Servan-Schreiber, Catherine. Kabir's banis in Mauritius: holy men and devotees - P23
  • Shah, Alpa. The tensions over liberal citizenship in a Marxist revolutionary situation: the Maoists in India - P34
  • Shah, Safdar. Indigenous influences on Christianity in Pakistan - P46
  • Shani, Ornit. Forging India's democratic nationhood: the preparation of the first electoral roll and the making of universal franchise (1947-1952) - P13
  • Sharma, Jeevan. Evolution and growth of health research and experimentation in Nepal: emerging trends, actors and modalities - P07
  • Shaumyan, Tatiana. Kashmir problem: conflict and compromise - P44
  • Sheikh, Samira. Lalludas Diwan and the mercantile ethos of 18th century Gujarat - P25
  • Shulman, David. Tiricirapuram Minaticuntaram Pillai: Modernist Manqé - P38
  • Sidharth, Juhi. I like love marriage but I will go for arranged marriage': Exploring the changing dynamics of love, sex and marriage in the lives of young Dalit women in India - P32
  • Simpson, Robert. Researching the researcher: studying public health interventions in Sri Lanka - P07
  • Simpson, Robert. British Pakistanis, new reproductive technologies, and transnational (in)fertilities - P07
  • Singal, Nidhi. Evolving understandings of disability: reconciling concept, culture and context - P31
  • Singh, Gurharpal. Violence and state formation in Pakistan - P24
  • Singh, Pritam. Class, nation and religion: changing nature of Akali Dal politics in Punjab, India - P43
  • Singh, Satnam. Worshipping the Sword: The Practice of Shastar Puja in the Khalsa Tradition - P45
  • Singh, Sunny. The Tigress Hunts: short story as counter-narrative - P39
  • Siqueira, Antonio Alito. The subaltern goes to school - P05
  • Sitapati, Vinay. New socio-legal movements in India: Anna Hazare's hunger strike against corruption and India's new middle-classes - P10
  • Skoda, Uwe. Adivasis, chiefs and the state: notes on evolving relations and the history of Bonai state in early 20th century - P04
  • Smith, Frederick. The expectation of ritual efficacy as an Indian historical phenomenon
  • P03
  • Soneji, Davesh. Performing untenable pasts: aesthetics and selfhood in kalavantula communities of coastal Andhra - P29
  • Stark, Ulrike. A poetic of the quotidian: Vinod Kumar Shukla's Divar mem ek khirki rahti thi (1997) - P37
  • Steur, Luisa. Paniya workers and "identity politics" in post-reform Wayanad (Kerala): the unmaking of an Adivasi working class? - P02
  • Steur, Luisa. Dalit rights &the development agenda: the promise, progress and pitfalls of NGO networking and international advocacy. - P08
  • Steur, Luisa. Shaping caste and citizenship in "shining" India: effects of the Dalit struggle's global turn - P34
  • Stolte, Carolien. The impact of the Meerut case on the international engagements of the Indian trade union movement - P16
  • Strulik, Stefanie. Panchayat politics and translocal discourses of development - P09
  • Strümpell, Christian. The jungli raj in Western Orissa: tribal perspectives on dispossession - P04
  • Suthren Hirst, Jacqueline. Truth, exchange and rivalry: constructions of Prannath's seventeenth century encounter with the call to prayer - P23
  • Suykens, Bert. Campus bosses: violent student politics, non-state governance and state rule in urban Bangladesh - P06
  • Swaminathan, Siddharth. Economic change, state capacity and violent internal conflict in India - P42
  • Talib, Adam. From circulation to publication in Mamluk correspondence - P21
  • Tambe, Ashwini. Fantasized childhoods: representations of adolescence in a Marathi women's magazine, 1931-1985 - P17
  • Taneja Johansson, Shruti. "He is intelligent but different": Stakeholders' perspectives on children on the autism spectrum in an urban Indian school context - P31
  • Tawa Lama-Rewal, Stéphanie. Fun and political mobilization in India - P26
  • Titzmann, Fritzi-Marie. The Indian online matrimonial market: changing patterns of marriage matchmaking - P32
  • Topdar, Sudipa. Anxieties of masculinity: the nation and the child's body in Bengali children's magazines - P17
  • Torri, Davide. A thin frame between the worlds: the human body as text in shamanic rituals - P01
  • Tschurenev, Jana. Inscribing minds: card-boards, copy-books and rote learning in early nineteenth century monitorial schools - P15
  • Udalagama, Tharindi. Researching the researcher: studying public health interventions in Sri Lanka - P07
  • Upreti, Bishnu. The role of local public sector in peacebuilding in North-East India - P42
  • Upreti, Bishnu. Post-conflict reconstruction and economic transformation in Nepal - P42
  • Valdinoci, Mauro. Encounters between Sufis and Yogis in the Sufi hagiography of the Deccan: a preliminary analysis - P23
  • Vandekerckhove, Nel. The state, forest and bodo militant violence: mediated rule in the Indo-Bhutanese border - P06
  • Vicente, Filipa Lowndes. Another India: British travellers in Goa (1870-1920) - P40
  • Vidyarthee, Kaushal. Dalit community in the business contexts: incorporated or marginalised? - P08
  • Viitamäki, Mikko. An [imaginary?] encounter of a Hindu prince with a Sufi master in Khwaja Hasan Nizami's Nizami Bansuri - P23
  • Viola, Antonella. Portuguese India in the Florentine documentation of the second half of the 17th century: economic and commercial aspects - P19
  • Virdee, Pippa. Women's emancipation and identity formation in Pakistan - P24
  • Vittorini, Simona. Performing difference or getting lost in the rainbow nation? - P18
  • Voix, Raphaël. Dancing with skulls: the Tandava case and its repercussions on a contemporary Hindu sect - P33
  • Wagner, Christian. Security cooperation in South Asia: old threats, new opportunities - P44
  • Webb, Martin. Being the change that you want to see in the world? The practice of anti-corruption activism in India - P28
  • Wessler, Heinz. WernerFrom "Kāśī kā Assī" to "Rehan par Raghu": the (counter-) narrative world of Kashinath Singh - P39
  • Wilkinson, Steven. Army, Nation and Democracy in India after 1947 - P13
  • Williams, Tyler. The Niranjani connection: bhaktas, yogis, Sikhs and courts in early modern Rajasthan - P23
  • Wiśniewska-Singh, Justyna. Marriage in early twentieth century Northern India: Hindi literature vis-à-vis social transformations - P32
  • Wülbers, Shazia. Rivalry theory and its application for India and China - P44
  • Wyatt, Andrew. Political Parties and Populist Politics in Contemporary Tamil Nadu - P43
  • Xavier, Constantino. India in South Asia: new avatar or new strategy? - P44
  • Young, Richard. Seeing through mirage: Marxist perspectives on Catholicism and conversion from K. Daniel's "Kanal" (1983), a Sri Lankan Tamil Dalit novel - P47
  • Zaman, Faridah. Liberal imperialism on trial: Muhammad Ali, Abul Kalam Azad, and colonial justice in early twentieth century India. - P14
  • Zavos, John. Small Acts, Big Society: Sewa and Hindu (nationalist) identity in the UK - P18
  • Zeiler, Xenia. Yantras as objects of worship in Hindu and Tantric religious traditions - P45
  • Zeitlyn, Benjamin. Desh Bidesh Revisited - P35

Steering Committee

Convener

Professor Rosa Maria Perez
Department of Anthropology
ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute
rosa.perez@iscte.pt

Committee

  • Professor Cristiana Bastos

Instituto de Ciências Sociais
Universidade de Lisboa
c.bastos@ics.ul.pt

  • Professor Diogo Ramada Curto

Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
diogoramadacurto.cesnova.gshc@fcsh.unl.pt

  • Dr. José Mapril Gonçalves

CRIA - Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia, Executive Board
ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute
jmapril@gmail.com

  • Dr. Cláudia Pereira

ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute, CIES-IUL
claudiapereir@gmail.com

  • Dr. Rita Ávila Cachado

ISCTE -Lisbon University Institute, CIES-IUL
ritacachado@gmail.com

  • Dr. Everton Machado

Centro de Estudos Comparativos
Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa
evermachado@gmail.com

  • Dr. Hugo Cardoso

Universidade de Macau
hugoccardoso@gmail.com

  • Dr. Jason Keith Fernandes

Department of Anthropology
ISCTE- Lisbon Univeristy Institute
jason.k.fernandes@gmail.com

Collaborators

  • Professora Ana Paula Laborinho. Faculdade de Letras - Universidade de Lisboa. ap.laborinho@fl.ul.pt
  • Professor Helder Carita. Fundação Ricardo Espírito Santo. hc.atelier@clix.pt
  • Professor Jorge Flores. Department of History and Civilization. European University Institute
  • Jorge.Flores@eui.eu
  • Professor Mohamed Azzim. Business School - ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute. mazzimg@gmail.com
  • Professor Susana Sardo. Universidade de Aveiro /DECA. INET-MD. ssardo@ua.pt
  • Dr. Paolo Favero. Department of Anthropology. ISCTE- Lisbon Univeristy Institute/CRIA
  • Paolo.Favero@iscte.pt
  • M.Phil, Constantino Xavier. School of Advanced International Studies. Johns Hopkins University. Washington DC. constantino.xavier@gmail.com
  • Mr. Luís Gomes. Department of Anthropology. ISCTE- Lisbon Univeristy Institute. d.luisgomes@gmail.com
  • Architect Pedro Sobral Pombo. Department of Anthropology. ISCTE- Lisbon Univeristy Institute/CRIA. pedromanuelpombo@gmail.com
  • Dr. Mafalda Melo Sousa. CRIA -  Inter-institutional Centre for Social and Cultural Anthropology. mafalda.melo.sousa@cria.org.pt

Volunteer coordinators

  • Architect Lídia Cordeiro
  • Mr. Ricardo Rodrigues
  • Ms. Vanessa Amorim

Conference administrators

NomadIT
ecsaslisbon2012@gmail.com
http://www.nomadit.co.uk

Catégories

  • Asie (Catégorie principale)

Lieux

  • Av. das Forças Armadas (ISCTE-IUL)
    Lisbonne, Portugal

Dates

  • mercredi 25 juillet 2012
  • jeudi 26 juillet 2012
  • vendredi 27 juillet 2012
  • samedi 28 juillet 2012

Contacts

  • ECSAS2012 ~
    courriel : ecsaslisbon2012 [at] gmail [dot] com

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Marta Maia
    courriel : martamaia72 [at] yahoo [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Estudos sobre Ásia do Sul », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mardi 31 juillet 2012, http://calenda.org/209255