Lecture by Dr. Trina Nileena Banerjee on 24.04.2019
| ||The Department of Modern South Asian Languages and Literatures cordially invites to the talk by Dr. Trina Nileena Banerjee (CSSSC, Calcutta) on "Utpal Dutt: Labour, Revolutionary Organisation and the Question of ‘Love’" on Wednesday, 24.04.19 at 16:30 in CATS room 110.00.06. Further information is available on the poster. |
Posted on 17 Apr 2019
Department Breakfast on 24 April 2019
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We cordially invite all students of the Department of Modern South Asian Languages and Literatures to our DEPARTMENT BREAKFAST on 24 April 2019, 10 am in our department on the second floor of the new CATS (Voßstrasse 2, building 4130, 69115 Heidelberg).
With a buffet with coffee and snacks, we want to start in the new semester comfortably and to inaugurate the new premises solemnly.
Posted on 15 Apr 2019
New open access journal Dastavezi: The Audio-Visual South Asia
CrossAsia recently published the first volume
of the new open access journal Dastavezi: The Audio-Visual South Asia. It
is a journal for scholars and filmmakers, filmmakers as scholars, and
filmmaking scholars working on regional and transregional South Asia. The
journal provides a platform for linking audio-visual and scholarly practice
from and on South Asia.
Dastavezi is an open-access archive of audio-visual
knowledge. By providing films published in the journal with Digital Object
Identifier (DOI) numbers, Dastavezi
encourages filmmakers and scholars working on South Asia to cite documentary
film as a legitimate source of academic production. Furthermore, it aims to
make the films accessible to audiences beyond the structures of the market
Please find further information here: The first issue includes an introduction by the
main editors (Max Kramer and Jürgen Schaflechner) and films and essays by:
Fathima Nizaruddin. My
Mother’s Daughter (19:05). Delhi.
- Mahera Omar. Perween
Rahman: The Rebel Optimist (1:06:57). Karachi.
- Yaminay Chaudhri. Mera
Karachi Mobile Cinema (22:22). Karachi.
- Aditya Basu. Kaifiyat
Posted on 06 Mar 2019
Urdu Intensive Course from 2 to 20 September 2019
From 2 to 20 September 2019, the South Asia Institute will organize an Urdu Intensive Course. This course teaches a basic knowledge of Urdu on the beginner’s level. The advanced participants will consolidate expand their vocabulary and develop communicative skills. The course fee is 250 Euros and the application deadline is 31 May 2019. For further information and application please contact: Rishal Rahul Haque, email@example.com.
Further information is available on the poster.
Posted on 05 Mar 2019
Publication by Max Stille
Heidelberg University Publishing recently published the book „Religion and Aesthetic Experience - Drama – Sermons – Literature“, edited by Sabine Dorpmüller, Jan Scholz, Max Stille and Ines Weinrich. Max Stille is a former PhD student at the Department of Modern South Asian Languages and Literatures of the SAI. He also contributed an article to the volume titled „Between the Numinous and the Melodramatic: Poetics of Heightened Feelings in Bengali Islamic Sermons“. Further information is available here.
Posted on 23 Jan 2019
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