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Lecture by Prof. em. David Arnold on 25 April 2013
  As part of the Research Colloquium of the South Asia Institute, Prof. em. David Arnold (Department of History, University of Warwick, UK) gives a lecture on the topic "Intimate Histories and State Stories: The politicization of Poison in Colonial India".
Traveling cinemas-exhibition „at a tent near you“ at Campus TV
  In its February 2013 issue the Local TV channel Campus TV aired a report of the photo- series exhibition of visitors of Indian traveling cinemas „at a tent near you".
International Ladakh conference
 

The 16th Conference of the International Association for Ladakh Studies (IALS) will take place from April 17th to 20th 2013 at the Department of Geography of the South Asia Institute.

Topics include historical, social and political developments, as well as environmental research questions which will be discussed by about 80 scientists. 

     

           

United in Grief
M. Gerwin


The members of the South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University are united in grief about the unexpected passing of their dear colleague Martin Gerwin on April 2nd 2013. Martin Gerwin was working at the department of Geography and conducted his doctoral research here. Our thoughts are with Martin’s family, friends and in particular his colleagues from the field of Geography.

International Workshop in Ellora

From February 18th to 23rd 2013 the International Workshop on “Water & Sacred Spaces: A Case-Study of the Ellora-Khuldabad-Daulatabad Historic Region” organized by the South Asia Institute was held in Ellora. The Indian village is well-known for its cave-temple-complex, which belongs to the UNESCO world heritage site.

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