Graduate students across the disciplines whose work intersects in South Asia present their research at the SAP Graduate Symposium.
11:00-12:00: Natalia diPietrantonio, PhD candidate, History of Art, "Erotic Visions: Poetry, Literature, and Book Arts from Avadh (1754-1857)."
12:00-1:00: Osama Siddiqui, PhD candidate, History, "The Enchantment of Political Economy: Wealth and its Sciences in Colonial India."
2:00-3:00: Shoshana Goldstein, PhD candidate, City and Regional Planning, "Planning the Millennium City: the Politics of Place-making in Gurgaon, India."
3:00-4:00: Scott Sorrell, Anthropology, “Reworking public and private spheres: sexuality and urbanization in Bangalore, India.”
4:00-5:00: Kasia Paprocki, Development Sociology, "From 'Wasteland' to Climate Dystopia: Ecological Crisis, Development and Accumulation in Bangladesh's Coastal Delta."
All papers will be pre-circulated. Please write to Durba Ghosh (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a copy.
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