The Two Centuries of Indian Print ‘South Asia’ Seminar Series – Autumn/Winter 2018

By Galia Umansky|September 28, 2018|Uncategorized|0 comments

Priyanka Basu The ‘Two Centuries of Indian Print Project’ is pleased to announce a new series of seminars organized as part of their Autumn/Winter 2018 seminar series. We will be presenting an exciting line-up of talks being held during October – December 2018 on a number of diverse subjects, ranging from ‘Theosophy and Bengali Spirituality’; a talk on ‘Mayalee Dancing Girl versus the East India Company’ and one on ‘Modernist

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Islam and Print in South Asia Workshop at the British Library – Part One

By Galia Umansky|September 26, 2018|Uncategorized|0 comments

Alia Carter The Two Centuries of Indian Print project is proud to host a two part workshop being held at the British Library on “Islam and Print in South Asia”. Part one of this two part workshop will be on Friday 28th September. The emergence of print in South Asia has been understood as a transformative moment for Islam in the Subcontinent, heralding a period of revival and reform from

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