First Call for Proposals Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy 8: Global Policy and the Discontented In an age of increasing disenchantment with existing forms of global politics and international policy coordination, how are we to understand the role global relationships play in policymaking? How should academics and policymakers navigate this new landscape? Twenty years … Continue reading Call for Papers: Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy 8—Global Policy and the Discontented, at McMaster University, Ontario
Organized by India International Centre & Mombusho Scholars Association of India (MOSAI) on 15, 16 and 17 November, 2018 at the India International Centre, New Delhi, India The International Conference on India and Japan (ICIJ) Tracing some of the lesser-known historical linkages between India and Japan with multiple perspectives would support a foundation on which … Continue reading Programme for the International Conference on India and Japan: Unearthing Lesser-known Linkages
. . . And so I went to Dar. For an Asia-Africa conference. It wasn’t just any conference, but something quite different altogether. I would like to say that it wasn’t a field of presentations that only spoke and ignored one another, like the tower of Babel. In reality, everything came from all the senses, … Continue reading Dar Impressions: The Other Story of Asia-Africa Relations
In preparation for the HaB Methodology Workshop, Indigo Traditions and Itineraries, which is to take place on 26–27 October, members of the HaB network have arrived in Taiwan. Here are a few snapshots of their first day at TNUA, taken by academic director Aarti Kawlra. Some scenes from the Shilin Night Market: All … Continue reading Snapshots from Taipei: HaB at the Taipei National University of the Arts
In May 2018, a HaB border-crossing collaboration between Fudan University and Ambedkar University, Delhi (AUD) took place in Shanghai, focusing on the idea of a city through the lens of the residents. The outcome of this collaborative teaching programme was a photo exhibition titled 'Dilliwalle'. The photos of Delhi, on display from 25 May to 9 … Continue reading Collaborative Teaching between Cultures and Fields: Curation of the Photo Exhibition ‘Dilliwale’ in Shanghai
The fifth HaB Methodology workshop of 2018 will take place at Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA), Taiwan, organized by the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research of Culture Resources, School of Culture Resources, TNUA, in association with IIAS. For more information about the workshop, its themes and participants, visit this blog post.
At the 6th Conference of the Asian Borderlands Network, held in Bishkek between 13-15 August, members of HaB held a double panel entitled Asian Rice-Scapes: Topographies, Tastes and Technologies. Erik de Maaker and Dharitry Narzary, two of the panelists, provide here a recap of the papers presented at the conference, as well as notes on the … Continue reading Towards a ‘Rice-scapes’ Syllabus: Notes on the Asian Rice-Scapes Panel at the Borderland Spaces Conference, Bishkek
20–21 October, 2018 Amsterdam On the heels of the Fifth ACGS Conference in Amsterdam on 18–19 October 2018, members of the HaB network will convene to discuss the creation of HaB syllabi along the four key sites of knowledge/meaning: Food, Place, Word and Practice. On the first day of the meeting, after an introductory note by Aarti … Continue reading Workshopping HaB Syllabi: Mid-Term Humanities across Borders Meeting in Amsterdam
The fifth conference of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies (ACGS), organised in cooperation with the Humanities across Borders network of the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), focuses on critical global pedagogies. It does so along the lines of four interrelated themes: 1. Pedagogies beyond the classroom 2. Decolonizing knowledge and worlding pedagogies 3. … Continue reading Global Critical Pedagogies: ACGS Conference Programme
Workshop Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV) / Leiden University 8-9 October 2018 Introduction What do concepts of ‘de/coloniality’ and ‘postcolonial’ mean for current critical scholarship? During this two-day workshop, organized by the KITLV and Leiden University, we will explore why and how this question matters to scholars today. Together with … Continue reading Event: Academic Research in a Decolonizing World—Towards new ways of thinking and acting critically?