Tag Archives: India

Bhopal Film Screening

For anyone interested in Liverpool on monday, there is a film screening in the Geography Department of the film ‘Bhopali’, which is about the Bhopal Gas Disaster and its continuing legacy. Please contact me for further info.

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BASAS Conference talks online

Some of the presentations from this year’s British Association of South Asian Studies Conference are now online here. I wasn’t at the conference, so it’s great to be able to catch up with things in this form. There are some … Continue reading

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Various research pathways seem to be leading me towards Pondicherry at the moment. Firstly, over the last few years I’ve been dragged more and more (not unwillingly) into thinking about the historical geographies of resistance to colonialism in India. I … Continue reading

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Chakrabarty on Subaltern Studies This week’s Economic and Political Weekly (requires subscription/institutional access) has a piece by Dipesh Chakrabarty on the impact and legacy of Subaltern Studies. It ties in with other recent pieces by members of the Subaltern Studies … Continue reading

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Blog on India & Urbanization Some readers and students may find some of the ideas in this blog on urbanisation and India interesting. Students doing ‘Political economies of globalisation’ with me and thinking of doing the exam question on India … Continue reading

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