SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES NETWORK
17 August 2010
• 26 young Nordic scholars participate in SASNET’s Falsterbo conference
• SASNET Report on the 21st ECMSAS conference in Bonn
• Decisions about new Erasmus Mundus Asia Regional mobility programme lots
• Scholarships available from French Institute of Pondicherry
• Still time to apply for History of Indian Philosophy course at Södertörn
• Inaugural lecture for Stockholm University’s new Masters programme in Asian Studies
• Information about South Asia related business and politics in Sweden
• Indian culture in focus from October till January in Stockholm
Kulturhuset at Sergels Torg
launches an exhibition of 15 contemporary artists with their roots in India and Pakistan. The exhibition, entitled ”Samtidigt”, will be shown during the entire period, and features works by Anita Khemka, Archana Hande, Bharat Sikka, Gigi Scaria, Hema Upadhyay, Nalini Malani, Pushpamala, Reena Saini Kallat, Rashmi Kaleka, Sheba Chhachhi, Shilpa Gupta, Thugral & Tagra, Vivan Sundaram, and Chitra Ganesh. They represent different strains within modern Indian art.
Södra Teatern offers a varied Indian cultural programme from 5 October 2010 and onwards. Besides evenings full of Bhangra and Bollywood music, the theatre will also be the venue for a number of literary and cultural events. See the full programme.
Swedish departments where research on
South Asia is going on:
SASNET/Swedish South Asian Studies Network
SASNET is a national network for research, education, and information about South Asia based at Lund University. Its aim is to promote a dynamic networking process in which Swedish researchers co-operate with researchers in South Asia and globally.
Postal address: SASNET Swedish South Asian Studies Network,
Scheelevägen 15 D, SE-223 70 Lund, Sweden