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  1. Hi Any chance conference papers are available? Saleh

    >________________________________ > From: trinketization >To: salehmamon@yahoo.co.uk >Sent: Thursday, 4 April 2013, 12:41 >Subject: [New post] talking at Pittsburgh 19.3.13 > > > WordPress.com >john hutnyk posted: “” >

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    1. what’d be really good is if the conference paper – mine – had been written! It hasn’t yet. These things don’t seem to write themselves :(

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  2. Regionalizing the Globe: An Experiment with Senegambia, Kunming, and a Bend in the Ganges

    Princeton University, 19E20 April, 2013

    Friday, April 19, 2013

    2:00 pm: Afternoon session: Regions and Intersections

    Ben Baer (Comparative Literature, Princeton): Welcoming Remarks

    Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (University Professor, Columbia): “Regionalizing the Globe: History and Overview.”

    Peter van der Veer (Director, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen): “Lost in the Mountains: Notes on Diversity in the Southeast Asian Mainland Massif.”

    Hari Vasudevan (History, Calcutta University): “Defining and
    redefining the Eurasia-India connection: The Changing History of
    Russian Travel Narratives.”

    Moderator: Ritu Birla (History, University of Toronto)

    5:00 pm Finish session

    Saturday, April 20, 2013

    ~ 9:00 am: Coffee, breakfast ~ Gallery Area

    10:00 am: Morning Session: Senegambian Regionality

    Ibrahima Thioub: (History, Centre Africain de Recherches sur les Traites et les Esclavages, Dakar, Senegal): “Saint-Louis du Sénégal: From Atlantic Enclave to Colonial Capital; History of a Long Tradition of Diversity.”

    Sylvain Sankalé (History of Law and Social & Economic Facts, Dakar): “Saint-Louis du Sénégal, Crossroads of Worlds.”

    Mamadou Diouf (MESAAS/History/Institute of African Studies,
    Columbia University): “Writing Freedom Papers: Wolof and French Concepts at the Notary.”

    Moderator: Émilienne Baneth-Nouailhetas

    ~12:00 noon: Lunch ~ Gallery Area

    1:00 pm: Afternoon Session 1: Empire and Region

    John Hutnyk (Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, London): “The East as a Career’ – How Disraeli, Marx, Charnok and Clive met in India”

    Nikita Dhawan (Gender and Postcolonial Studies, Goethe-University Frankfurt): “From Imperial Regionalism to Anti-Imperialist Regionalizing: Challenges and Prospects”

    Rémy Bazenguissa (Sociology, Lille): :“Between Central Africa and East and South-East Asia: The New Concessionary Companies”

    Moderator: Charles Armstrong (History, Columbia)

    ~ 3:00 pm: Coffee/Tea break ~

    3:30pm: Afternoon Session 2: Crossings: By River and Land

    Lakshmi Subramaniam (Center for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta): “The River and its Radial Geographies: Old Perspectives, New Questions”

    William Dalrymple (Writer and Historian, New Delhi): “Anglo-French Transculturation in the Eighteenth century India: The case of the White Mughals of Hyderabad, Michel Raymond and James Achilles Kirkpatrick”

    Zhao Bole (College of International Relations, Yunnan University): “Yunnan (Kunming): the important land channel between China and South Asia.”

    Moderator: Souleymane Bachir Diagne (French, Columbia)

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