Sanjukta Das Gupta

Associato
L-OR/17 ( Filosofie, religioni e storia dell'India e dell'asia centrale )
Istituto italiano di Studi Orientali
Telefono (+39) 06 49911
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Tirocinio curriculare
Ven 02 Apr 2021 lun 02 Ago 2021

Titolo: Gli studi sulla condizione femminile in Asia Meridionale (in inglese).

 

Responsabile: Sanjukta Das Gupta

Durata: 6 ore

Inizio: 30 aprile 2021

Valido come Tirocinio Curriculare: 1 cfu

Modalità: solo da remoto (piattaforma Zoom)

 

Frequenza obbligatoria in modalità remota:Gli iscritti al tirocinio dovranno frequentare tutti e 4 i seminari, pena esclusione.

Periodo di svolgimento: 30 aprile, 5 maggio, 14 maggio, 20 maggio 2021

Link Meet: vedere nella tabella sottostante.

A chi è rivolto: A tutti gli studenti dei Corsi di Lingue e Civiltà Orientali e Global Humanities.

 

Argomento: Si tratta di una serie di 4 seminari di 1,5 ore ciascuno, da tenersi online tra fine aprile e fine maggio 2021, dedicati agli studi sulla condizione femminile in Asia Meridionale nel periodo coloniale e contemporaneo. Studiose di primo piano a livello internazionale si soffermeranno su vari aspetti del movimento femminista, con particolare attenzione a rappresentazioni, riforme, leggi, istruzione, esperienze di donne subalterne, migrazione. Accanto alle risultanze empiriche della ricerca, illustreranno le diverse metodologie necessarie a ricostruire l’ampia gamma di forme espressive delle donne della regione.

 

I partecipanti dovranno poi redigere una relazione finale in italiano o inglese (almeno 6,000 battute, spazi inclusi) in formato Word (NON in pdf), e spedirla a sanjukta.dasgupta@uniroma1.itentro il 15 giugno 2021.

 

Calendario degli incontri

Venerdì

30 aprile 2021, 11,00-12.30

Tanika Sarkar,

Professor of History (retired).

Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi.

“Rituals and Laws: Debates about Widow Immolations in Early Colonial Bengal.”

Link

Meeting ID: 830 7302 8907

Passcode: 697012

Mercoledì

5 maggio 2021, 15.00-16.30

Geraldine Forbes, Distinguished Teaching Professor Emerita.

State University of New York, Oswego.

 

“Researching Women’s Lives: History and Photography in Colonial India.”

Link

Meeting ID: 841 2320 2420

Passcode: 714551

Venerdì

14 maggio 2021, 11.00-12.30

Samita Sen,

Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History.

Trinity College, University of Cambridge.

“Migration and Marriage: Women’s Mobility in India in Long-term Perspective.”

Link

Meeting ID: 882 5458 2168

Passcode: 815299

Giovedì

20 maggio 2021,

11.00-12.30

Sonia Nishat Amin,Professor of History, Dhaka University (retired),

Visiting Faculty, North South University, Dhaka.

“Women’s Writings in Colonial Bengal: Faizunessa Chaudhurani, Rokeya Sakhawat Hossein and M. Rahman, 1870- 1940.”

 

Link

Meeting ID: 861 6757 1881

Passcode: 259925

 

 

Titolo: Studies on the situation of women in South Asia

 

Teacher in Charge: Sanjukta Das Gupta

Duration: 6 hours

Initial date: 30 April 2021

Valid as “Tirocinio Curriculare”: 1 cfu

Modality: Remote (over Zoom)

 

Attendance:Attendance is compulsory in all the seminars.

Dates of Lectures: 30 April, 5 May, 14 May, 20 May 2021.

Link Meet: Please see the table below.

Open for: All students of Lingue e Civiltà Orientali and Global Humanities.

 

Theme of the Lectures: The programme consists of a series of 4 seminars of 1.5 hours each, to be held online between the end of April and the end of May 2021, on studies on the condition of women in colonial and contemporary South Asia. Internationally renowned scholars will focus on various aspects of the feminist movement, with particular attention to representations, reforms, legislation, education, experiences of subordinate women and migration. Alongside the empirical findings of the research, they will illustrate the different methodologies needed to reconstruct the wide range of voices of women in the region.

 

At the end of the seminar series, students enrolled in the internship must write a report of 6,000 characters (spaces included) in Italian /English. The report must be written in Word format (NOT in pdf) and submitted at sanjukta.dasgupta@uniroma1.it by 15 June 2021.


 

Italiano

CURRICULUM VITAE
 
 
 
EDUCATION

  • Ph D, Calcutta University, 2007.
  • M. Phil, History, Calcutta University, 1990
  • M.A. in History, Calcutta University, 1988
  • B.A. with Honours in History from Presidency College, Calcutta, 1986.

 
AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2011-2013: India Chair Professorship at Sapienza University of Rome funded by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR), New Delhi
2011-2013: Research Award, Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.
2009: Charles Wallace Research Grant, Charles Wallace India Trust.
2006, 2008: Visiting Faculty, SPES Studies Centre, University of Rome.
2006: Invited Speaker at National Conference on Gender Equality, ‘Equality! Myths and Realities’, Uppsala University, Sweden.
2005: Visiting Fellow, Linnaeus Palme Exchange Programme, Uppsala University, Sweden.
1997-99: Minor Research Project Grant from the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
1997: British Council, Calcutta, research Award.
1996-1998: Research Travel and Contingency Award, Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.
1991-92: University Grants Commission Junior Research Fellowship at Calcutta University.
1988: Calcutta University Gold Medal.
1988: Chandra Narayan Silver Medal from Presidency College.
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
As ICCR India Chair Professor at the Istituto Italiano di Studi Orientali, I taught the following seminar courses:

  • Adivasi, Caste and Gender Issues in Colonial India
  • Writing Indian History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  • Themes in Indian History

 
I taught the following post graduate courses at the University of Calcutta:

  • Development of History as a Discipline (from the Enlightenment till the early 20th century)
  • Social History of India: Rural Societies, 1757-1947
  • Economic History of India under Colonial Rule with special emphasis on Agrarian History

 
I taught the following M.Phil courses at the Department of History, Calcutta University:

  • Writing Peasant History
  • Aspects of the Environmental History of Modern India

 
As Contract Professor at the University of Rome, I taught the following courses: 

  • Teorie della Traduzione, Lingua Hindi (Theories of Translation)
  • Women’s Writings in India in the 19th and 20th centuries

 
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2011-2013: Member of research team of a project funded by the Indian Council of Historical Research entitled “Colonialism, Christianisation and Change among the Savaras of Ganjam District (1890-1965)”,.
2010-2012: Member of research team of Department (Institute of Oriental Studies), Sapienza University of Rome on “Man and Nature in India”.
2006-2007: Member of a research project on “Aspects of the Environmental History of India funded by the University Grants Commission and the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities, Calcutta University.
 
SEMINARS/ CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
2014:   “Tribes as tenants: Tenancy legislations and the creation of tribal subjects in colonial Chotanagpur”, at the 23rd European Conference on South Asian Studies, University of Zurich, 23-26 July.
2014:    “Custom, Rights and Identity: Adivasi Women’s Land Rights in Eastern India”, at a conference on ‘Religious Pluralism, Cultural Differences, Social and Institutional Stability: What can we learn from India?’, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Sapienza Università di Roma, 9-10 June.
2013:   “Remembering ‘tribal’ India: British colonial portrayals of adivasis of Chotanagpur and Santal Parganas”, at the Eighth Internal Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 8), Macao, 24-27 June.
2013:   “Contested Identities: Adivasis in Postcolonial India”, Università degli Studi di Napoli, ‘L’Orientale’, Naples, 8 May.
2013:    “Reaching for Half the Sky: Women’s movements in 20th century India”, India Studies Center,  Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 24 April.
2013:    “Representing 'tribes' and nature in colonial India: British accounts of Chotanagpur and Santal Parganas”, at international conference on ‘The Human Person and Nature in Classical and modern India, Dipartimento Istituto Italiano di Studi Orientali, Sapienza Università di Roma, 14-15 March.
2012:     “Adivasis and the State in Chotanagpur: Negotiation and Resistance in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries”, at the 22ndEuropean Conference for South Asian Studies, Lisbon, 25-28 July.
2012:     “Narratives from the Margins: British Colonial Accounts of Chotonagpur and the Santal Parganas”, at a conference on ‘Identities, Cultures and Politics in South Asia: Some Multidisciplinary Study Perspectives’, Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’ and the Seconda Università di Napoli, 15-17 May.
2012:     “Adivasis and the State in 19th and 20th century India”, India Studies Center,  Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 25 April.
2012:     “From the Margins: Tribal women of Jharkhand in the 20th century”, India Studies Center, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 26 April.
2012:  “Democracy in India: the Challenges Ahead”, at a seminar on ‘Democrazia in India’ organised by Società per lo Studio della Deffusione della Democrazia, Florence, 21 January.
2011:     “Nineteenth century British colonial reports on the tribal areas of Jharkhand”, at the Sudasien Institut, Ruprecht Karls Universitat Heidelberg, 15 December, 2011.
2011:     “India, 1900-1950: From Colonial Rule to Independence” at the Italian Institute of African and Oriental Studies (Instituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente), Rome, 17 May.
2011:     “Travels in Chotanagpur: Landscape, Ethnography and Government in the 19th century” at conference on ‘Glimpses of Indian History and Art: Reflections on the Past, Perspectives for the Future’, Sapienza University of Rome & Instituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome 18-19 April.
2011:     “Change and Continuity in a Tribal Village Society: Singhbhum under Colonial Rule”, at panel discussion on “Rethinking Adivasi History”, Nehru Memorial Library and Museum, New Delhi, 6 September.
2010:     “The Indian Congress and Tribal Issues, 1947-1984” at a seminar on ‘Indian Congress: 125 years’, Institute of Advanced Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 7-8 July.
2010:   “The Tribal Agrarian Economy under Colonial Rule”, at a conference on ‘Trends in the Economic History of India’, Department of History, Calcutta University, 11 February.
2009:   “The Inside-Outsiders: Changing Role of Dikus in Adivasi Society under Colonial Rule”, in a seminar on ‘Varieties of Social History’ organised by the Department of History, Calcutta University, 31 March-1 April.
2009:     “Colonial Forest Laws and their Impact on a Tribal Economy in late 19th and early 20th century India”, Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Calcutta University, 6 January.
2009:     “Changing Status of Ho Women under Colonial Rule”, International Conference on Canadian Studies on ‘The Reality of the Indigenous Woman: Canada and India’, organised by the Centre for Canadian Studies and the School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, 5-6 February.
2008:     “Accessing Nature: Colonial Forest Laws, Agrarian Policies and their Impact on a Tribal Economy in colonial India”, at conference on “Nature, Knowledge, Power”, Uppsala University, 15-17 August.
2008:     “Agrarian Expansion and its Impact on a Tribal Economy in Colonial India”, 20th conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 14-17 November.
2006:     “Gender Issues in Higher Education in 20th century India”, Invited Speaker at the National Gender Equality conference, ‘Equality! Myths and Realities’, Uppsala University, Sweden, 18-19 October.
2006:     “Rebellion in a Little-Known Province of the Empire: 1857 and the Hos of Singhbhum”, at National Conference on ‘The Historiography of 1857: Debates in the Past and the Present State of Knowledge’ organised by the Indian Council of Historical Research, India International Centre, New Delhi, 9-10 December.
2006:     “Tribal Migration from Chota Nagpur In Colonial India” at a conference on ‘Indian Diaspora, Past and Present’ organised by the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla and the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Calcutta, 28-29March.
2005:     “Transformation of Gender Relations in Colonial and Post-colonial India”, Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, October 2005.
2005:     “British Rule and the Making of a Tribe: The Chotanagpur Tenancy Act (1908) and   its aftermath among the Hos of Singhbhum” at an international conference on ‘Reinterpreting Adivasi Movements in South Asia’, organised by the School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, University of Sussex, 21-23 March.
2005:     “The Others among the Adivasis: Changing Relations Between Dikus and Hos in Under Colonial Rule” at the International Seminar on ‘Contested Identities: The Adivasis Of India’ organised by Visva Barati and University of Sussex at Visva Bharati, Santiniketan, 11-12 December.
2003:     “Colonial Discourses on Tribes in India: Changing Perspectives” at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Rome, La Sapienza, May 2003.
2003:     “Gender and Colonialism: Women in Colonial Bengal in the 19th and 20th centuries” at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Rome, La Sapienza, May 2003.
2002:     “Colonial Forest Policy and Tribal Identity: A Case Study of the Ho of Singhbhum, 1820-1932”, at the ‘International Conference on the Environmental History of Asia’, organised by the University of Sussex and the Zakir Hussain Centre for Educational Research, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 4-7 December.
2002:     “Colonial Tribal Policy in India, 1820-1947” at the 17th Conference of the Historians of Asia (IAHA), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 18-22 December 2002.
1999:     “Globalisation and Culture: an Indian Perspective” at the Civitas Asia International Conference on “Is there an Asian Citizen?” organised by the University of Asia Pacific, Manila, Philippines, 17-21 February.
 
WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
2014:     Resource person at Winter School on Research Methodologies organized by the Academic Staff College, Burdwan University, West Bengal, India from January 02 to January 22,2014. I presented a lecture on ‘Writing Adivasi Histories in India’
2013:     Invited participant at an international workshop on ‘Mémoires dominées en Inde’ (Memories of the Dominated in India) at the University of Toulouse, Le Mirail, 23-24 May 2013. I presented a paper entitled “Oral Traditions in the Archive: Representations of the Ho Past”.
2012:     Invited participant at international workshop on ‘Asian Environments: Governing Nature, Negotiating Knowledge, Constructing Subjectivities’, November 30 – December 2, 2012, Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich, Germany. I presented a paper entitled, “Colonial Policies and the Transformation of Indigenous Production Systems  in Bengal’s Western Frontier”.
2006:  “Creating Identities: British Rule and the Hos of Singhbhum” at an international workshop on ‘Rural India: Change, Institutions and Identities’jointly organised by Calcutta University and the University of Rome, La Sapienza, 11-12 September 2006 at the Centre for Social Studies and Humanities, Calcutta University.
2002:   Participated in the three week international workshop on Social History (Labour, Gender and Family) organised by SEPHIS, Amsterdam and Codesria, Dakar, between 15 September and 14 October 2002 at Dakar, Senegal.
 
              SPECIAL LECTURES
2014:     Delivered lecture on ‘The British Indian Army: Organisation and Role in the World Wars’ at the meeting to remember the role of the South Asian soldiers of the British Commonwealth in Italy’s War of Liberation, organized by Fuorilinea and Associazione Libera Intesa, Sala del Caroccio, Campidoglio, 16 April.
2013:     Delivered a lecture on “Indo-Italian Relations in Historical Perspective” at a panel discussion on ‘India Grows at Night’ organized by  Zètema Progetto Cultura and the Indian Embassy at the Sala delle Colonee, Tempio di Adriano,  1st July.
2013:     Speaker at a panel discussion on ‘Civiltà ferita,  guerra alle donne’, 19 gennaio 2013 at the Associazione Casa Internazionale delle Donne, Roma.
2012:     Delivered a lecture on ‘Adivasi Women in 20th century India’ at the Associazione Casa della Donna, Biblioteca Universitaria, Pisa, 7 June. The lecture was organized by the Commune di Pisa as part of its project on ‘Spazi di Dialogo tra Culture: Trasformazioni, Mutuzioni, Ricomposizioni’.
 
 


Inglese

CURRICULUM VITAE
 
 
Sanjukta Das Gupta, Ph.D
Associate Professor,
Dipartimento Istituto Italiano di Studi Orientali,
Sapienza University of Rome,
Via Principe Amedeo, 182/B, 00185 Roma, Italy
E-mail: sanjukta.dasgupta@uniroma1.it
 
EDUCATION

  • Ph D, Calcutta University, 2007.
  • M. Phil, History, Calcutta University, 1990
  • M.A. in History, Calcutta University, 1988.
  • B.A. with Honours in History from Presidency College, Calcutta, 1986.

 
AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2011-2013: India Chair Professorship at Sapienza University of Rome funded by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR), New Delhi
2011-2013: Research Award, Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.
2009: Charles Wallace Research Grant, Charles Wallace India Trust.
2006, 2008: Visiting Faculty, SPES Studies Centre, University of Rome.
2006: Invited Speaker at National Conference on Gender Equality, ‘Equality! Myths and Realities’, Uppsala University, Sweden.
2005: Visiting Fellow, Linnaeus Palme Exchange Programme, Uppsala University, Sweden.
1997-99: Minor Research Project Grant from the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
1997: British Council, Calcutta, research Award.
1996-1998: Research Travel and Contingency Award, Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.
1991-92: University Grants Commission Junior Research Fellowship at Calcutta University.
1988: Calcutta University Gold Medal.
1988: Chandra Narayan Silver Medal from Presidency College.
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
As ICCR India Chair Professor at the Istituto Italiano di Studi Orientali, I taught the following seminar courses:

  • Adivasi, Caste and Gender Issues in Colonial India
  • Writing Indian History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  • Themes in Indian History

I taught the following post graduate courses at the University of Calcutta:

  • Development of History as a Discipline (from the Enlightenment till the early 20th century)
  • Social History of India: Rural Societies, 1757-1947
  • Economic History of India under Colonial Rule with special emphasis on Agrarian History

I taught the following M.Phil courses at the Department of History, Calcutta University:

  • Writing Peasant History
  • Aspects of the Environmental History of Modern India

As Contract Professor at the University of Rome, I taught the following courses: 

  • Teorie della Traduzione, Lingua Hindi (Theories of Translation)
  • Women’s Writings in India in the 19th and 20th centuries

 
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2011-2013: Member of research team of a project funded by the Indian Council of Historical Research entitled “Colonialism, Christianisation and Change among the Savaras of Ganjam District (1890-1965)”,.
2010-2012: Member of research team of Department (Institute of Oriental Studies), Sapienza University of Rome on “Man and Nature in India”.
2006-2007: Member of a research project on “Aspects of the Environmental History of India funded by the University Grants Commission and the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities, Calcutta University.
 
SEMINARS/ LECTURES/ CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
2014:   “Tribes as tenants: Tenancy legislations and the creation of tribal subjects in colonial Chotanagpur”, at the 23rd European Conference on South Asian Studies, University of Zurich, 23-26 July.
2014:    “Custom, Rights and Identity: Adivasi Women’s Land Rights in Eastern India”, at a conference on ‘Religious Pluralism, Cultural Differences, Social and Institutional Stability: What can we learn from India?’, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Sapienza Università di Roma, 9-10 June.
2013:   “Remembering ‘tribal’ India: British colonial portrayals of adivasis of Chotanagpur and Santal Parganas”, at the Eighth Internal Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 8), Macao, 24-27 June.
2013:   “Contested Identities: Adivasis in Postcolonial India”, Università degli Studi di Napoli, ‘L’Orientale’, Naples, 8 May.
2013:    “Reaching for Half the Sky: Women’s movements in 20th century India”, India Studies Center,  Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 24 April.
2013:    “Representing 'tribes' and nature in colonial India: British accounts of Chotanagpur and Santal Parganas”, at international conference on ‘The Human Person and Nature in Classical and modern India, Dipartimento Istituto Italiano di Studi Orientali, Sapienza Università di Roma, 14-15 March.
2012:     “Adivasis and the State in Chotanagpur: Negotiation and Resistance in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries”, at the 22ndEuropean Conference for South Asian Studies, Lisbon, 25-28 July.
2012:     “Narratives from the Margins: British Colonial Accounts of Chotonagpur and the Santal Parganas”, at a conference on ‘Identities, Cultures and Politics in South Asia: Some Multidisciplinary Study Perspectives’, Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’ and the Seconda Università di Napoli, 15-17 May.
2012:     “Adivasis and the State in 19th and 20th century India”, India Studies Center,  Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 25 April.
2012:     “From the Margins: Tribal women of Jharkhand in the 20th century”, India Studies Center, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 26 April.
2012:  “Democracy in India: the Challenges Ahead”, at a seminar on ‘Democrazia in India’ organised by Società per lo Studio della Deffusione della Democrazia, Florence, 21 January.
2011:     “Nineteenth century British colonial reports on the tribal areas of Jharkhand”, at the Sudasien Institut, Ruprecht Karls Universitat Heidelberg, 15 December, 2011.
2011:     “India, 1900-1950: From Colonial Rule to Independence” at the Italian Institute of African and Oriental Studies (Instituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente), Rome, 17 May.
2011:     “Travels in Chotanagpur: Landscape, Ethnography and Government in the 19th century” at conference on ‘Glimpses of Indian History and Art: Reflections on the Past, Perspectives for the Future’, Sapienza University of Rome & Instituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome 18-19 April.
2011:     “Change and Continuity in a Tribal Village Society: Singhbhum under Colonial Rule”, at panel discussion on “Rethinking Adivasi History”, Nehru Memorial Library and Museum, New Delhi, 6 September.
2010:     “The Indian Congress and Tribal Issues, 1947-1984” at a seminar on ‘Indian Congress: 125 years’, Institute of Advanced Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 7-8 July.
2010:   “The Tribal Agrarian Economy under Colonial Rule”, at a conference on ‘Trends in the Economic History of India’, Department of History, Calcutta University, 11 February.
2009:   “The Inside-Outsiders: Changing Role of Dikus in Adivasi Society under Colonial Rule”, in a seminar on ‘Varieties of Social History’ organised by the Department of History, Calcutta University, 31 March-1 April.
2009:     “Colonial Forest Laws and their Impact on a Tribal Economy in late 19th and early 20th century India”, Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Calcutta University, 6 January.
2009:     “Changing Status of Ho Women under Colonial Rule”, International Conference on Canadian Studies on ‘The Reality of the Indigenous Woman: Canada and India’, organised by the Centre for Canadian Studies and the School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, 5-6 February.
2008:     “Accessing Nature: Colonial Forest Laws, Agrarian Policies and their Impact on a Tribal Economy in colonial India”, at conference on “Nature, Knowledge, Power”, Uppsala University, 15-17 August.
2008:     “Agrarian Expansion and its Impact on a Tribal Economy in Colonial India”, 20th conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 14-17 November.
2006:     “Gender Issues in Higher Education in 20th century India”, Invited Speaker at the National Gender Equality conference, ‘Equality! Myths and Realities’, Uppsala University, Sweden, 18-19 October.
2006:     “Rebellion in a Little-Known Province of the Empire: 1857 and the Hos of Singhbhum”, at National Conference on ‘The Historiography of 1857: Debates in the Past and the Present State of Knowledge’ organised by the Indian Council of Historical Research, India International Centre, New Delhi, 9-10 December.
2006:     “Tribal Migration from Chota Nagpur In Colonial India” at a conference on ‘Indian Diaspora, Past and Present’ organised by the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla and the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Calcutta, 28-29March.
2005:     “Transformation of Gender Relations in Colonial and Post-colonial India”, Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, October 2005.
2005:     “British Rule and the Making of a Tribe: The Chotanagpur Tenancy Act (1908) and   its aftermath among the Hos of Singhbhum” at an international conference on ‘Reinterpreting AdivasiMovements in South Asia’, organised by the School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, University of Sussex, 21-23 March.
2005:     “The Others among the Adivasis: Changing Relations Between Dikus and Hos in Under Colonial Rule” at the International Seminar on ‘Contested Identities: The Adivasis Of India’ organised by Visva Barati and University of Sussex at Visva Bharati, Santiniketan, 11-12 December.
2003:     “Colonial Discourses on Tribes in India: Changing Perspectives” at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Rome, La Sapienza, May 2003.
2003:     “Gender and Colonialism: Women in Colonial Bengal in the 19th and 20th centuries” at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Rome, La Sapienza, May 2003.
2002:     “Colonial Forest Policy and Tribal Identity: A Case Study of the Ho of Singhbhum, 1820-1932”, at the ‘International Conference on the Environmental History of Asia’, organised by the University of Sussex and the Zakir Hussain Centre for Educational Research, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 4-7 December.
2002:     “Colonial Tribal Policy in India, 1820-1947” at the 17th Conference of the Historians of Asia (IAHA), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 18-22 December 2002.
1999:     “Globalisation and Culture: an Indian Perspective” at the Civitas Asia International Conference on “Is there an Asian Citizen?” organised by the University of Asia Pacific, Manila, Philippines, 17-21 February.
 
WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
2014:     Resource person at Winter School on Research Methodologies organized by the Academic Staff College, Burdwan University, West Bengal, India from January 02 to January 22,2014. I presented a lecture on ‘Writing Adivasi Histories in India’
2013:     Invited participant at an international workshop on ‘Mémoires dominées en Inde’ (Memories of the Dominated in India) at the University of Toulouse, Le Mirail, 23-24 May 2013. I presented a paper entitled “Oral Traditions in the Archive: Representations of the Ho Past”.
2012:     Invited participant at international workshop on ‘Asian Environments: Governing Nature, Negotiating Knowledge, Constructing Subjectivities’, November 30 – December 2, 2012, Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich, Germany. I presented a paper entitled, “Colonial Policies and the Transformation of Indigenous Production Systems  in Bengal’s Western Frontier”.
2006: "Creating Identities: British Rule and the Hos of Singhbhum" at an international workshop on 'Rural India: CHange, Institutions and Identities', jointly organised by Calcutta University and the University of Rome, La Sapienza, 11-12 September 2006 at the Centre for Social Studies and Humanities, Calcutta University
2002:   Participated in the three week international workshop on Social History (Labour, Gender and Family) organised by SEPHIS, Amsterdam and Codesria, Dakar, between 15 September and 14 October 2002 at Dakar, Senegal.
 
SPECIAL LECTURES
2014:     Delivered lecture on ‘The British Indian Army: Organisation and Role in the World Wars’ at the meeting to remember the role of the South Asian soldiers of the British Commonwealth in Italy’s War of Liberation, organized by Fuorilinea and Associazione Libera Intesa, Sala del Caroccio, Campidoglio, 16 April.
2013:     Delivered a lecture on “Indo-Italian Relations in Historical Perspective” at a panel discussion on ‘India Grows at Night’ organized by  Zètema Progetto Cultura and the Indian Embassy at the Sala delle Colonee, Tempio di Adriano,  1st July.
2013:     Speaker at a panel discussion on ‘Civiltà ferita,  guerra alle donne’, 19 gennaio 2013 at the Associazione Casa Internazionale delle Donne, Roma.
2012:     Delivered a lecture on ‘Adivasi Women in 20th century India’ at the Associazione Casa della Donna, Biblioteca Universitaria, Pisa, 7 June. The lecture was organized by the Commune di Pisa as part of its project on ‘Spazi di Dialogo tra Culture: Trasformazioni, Mutuzioni, Ricomposizioni’.
 
 


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SESSIONE INVERNALE 2020
Se non diversamente indicato, ciascun appello inizia alle ore 15 nello studio 319
23 gennaio 2020: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (I APPELLO)
31 gennaio: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (II APPELLO)

3 febbraio: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (III APPELLO)
21 febbraio: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (IV APPELLO)
 
SESSIONE STRAORDINARIA PRIMAVERILE

22 aprile: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India)

SESSIONE ESTIVA
9 giugno: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (I APPELLO)
12 giugno: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (II APPELLO)
24 luglio: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (III APPELLO)
 
SESSIONE AUTUNNALE
4 settembre: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (I APPELLO)

24 settembre: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (II  APPELLO)

SESSIONE STRAORDINARIA AUTUNNALE
5 novembre: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India
 
SESSIONE INVERNALE 2021
29 gennaio 2021: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (I APPELLO)

1 febbraio: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (II APPELLO)
5 febbraio: Narratives of Modernity, Society and Culture in India, Storia dell’India (III APPELLO)

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