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Camera as Witness (Part II) : High Noon in Lucknow, Ryan Lobo

This illustrated talk was presented on August 16, 2017 as part of the 3rd annual History for Peace conference, The Idea of India, Calcutta. ‘High Noon in Lucknow’ is a series of photographs I made of museums and memorials in Lucknow. I made photographs of monuments across...
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The Camera as Witness( Part I) : Joy LK Pachau

This illustrated talk was presented on August 16, 2017 as part of the 3rd annual History for Peace conference, The Idea of India, Calcutta. Visualising Mizo History Through Photographs People of the North East often complain about the lack of representation of their history in the...
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Romila Thapar, Alok Mathur, Amita Prasad and Tina Servaia – In Conversation

This discussion was held on August 15, 2017 as part of the 3rd annual History for Peace conference, The Idea of India, Calcutta. Amita Prasad. We meet on the fifteenth of August, and the significance of this date is known to many of us here....
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How to Draw Histories? Art as Method

This talk was presented on August 16, 2017 as part of the 3rd annual History for Peace conference, The Idea of India, Calcutta. My presentation is about four of my art projects based on the Sri Lankan ethnic conflict. My argument in the course of this...
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The Un-equivalence of Violence: The Communal Question in Janam’s Plays

This illustrated talk was presented on August 16, 2017 as part of the 3rd annual History for Peace conference, Idea of India, Calcutta. Jana Natya Manch is based in Delhi. Sometimes we travel but essentially we are a Delhi-based group, an amateur group in the strict...
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Social Media and the Idea of India

This presentation and discussion was held on August 17, 2017 as part of 3rd annual History for Peace conference, The Idea of India, Calcutta. Radhika Bordia. News organizations make it mandatory for their journalists to be on social media, most certainly on Twitter. But when what...
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