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Workshop "Spaces in-between: from non-place to shared space in developmental cities", Max Mueller Bhavan 19-23 October 2010

The Research group of “Difference, Danger and New Urban Imaginaries of the Public in Asia and Europe” (B11) is convening its 2010 Annual Workshop in New Delhi. It takes us into the world of gated communities, coffeehouses, spas and public parks where we are exploring how emerging transnational class spaces in Shanghai and New Delhi are not only consumed but are also lived, sensed and shared as “in-between” place of gentrification. The event brings together the core members of the group, along with invited international guest experts. It is convened as a forum for academic discussion, as a public roundtable on comparative urbanism, and as an opportunity to experience the sites of New Delhi’s changing public spheres in a series of walks and tours around the city.

A public keynote is delivered by China specialist Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom. In his talk on colonial cities, Professor Wasserstrom discusses Shanghai’s globalisation from the viewpoint of entertainment and leisure venues, and explores the global encounters which these spaces have encouraged, barred or regulated over the course of the city’s rich history. The workshop is organised in cooperation with Goethe-Institute Max Mueller Bhavan and the Sarai network / Centre for the Study of Developing Societies in New Delhi.
For detailed information on the programme and schedule, please visit  the workshop website “Spaces in-between: from non-place to shared space in developmental cities”

Posted on 11 Oct 2010
Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing: Call for Applications
The Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing (HCI) has opened  calls for applications for summer internships and PhD studies in computer sciences and image processing for 2010/2011, specifically targeted at motivated Indian students with an excellent undergraduate/graduate studies record. Approved applicants will be assisted to obtain a DAAD scholarship for their internship/PhD studies in Germany.

Posted on 09 Sep 2010
ARThink South Asia Fellowships 2011/12

ARThink South Asia, an initiative sponsored by the South Asian network of Goethe Institutes opens it second round for applications for the ATSA scholarship. It is a fully funded fellowship in arts management addressed to art practitioners of today. It is designed to help develop skills, knowledge, networks and experience of potential leaders in the cultural sector of South Asia which include museums, the visual and performing arts and digital media.
For detailed information visit ATSA's homepage at

Posted on 27 Aug 2010

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