Goście Zakładu: wykłady

2015

15.04.2015, dr Aleksandra Turek (Uniwersytet Warszawski): Rozbójnik: łotr czy bohater? O Janosikach z regionu Śekhawati

08.05.2015, dr Richard Williams (King's College, London): Musicians and patrons between Hindustan and Bengal in the eighteenth century

08.06.2015, prof. dr hab. Joanna Sachse (Uniwersytet Wrocławski): Mahabharata o braminach

09.06.2015, prof. Antonia Navarro Tejero (Cordoba): Saving the Daughters of India: British Paternalism and Indigenous Birth Assistants

06.07.2015, dr Parnal Chirmuley (Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi): Reformers, Nationalists, and Travelling Ideas: Common Ground under Imperialism

2014

  • 05.03.2014, prof. Brenda Beck (Uniwersytet w Toronto): Three Hunters: the Princess, the Boar and the Goddess
  • 25.03.2014, prof. Raffaele Torella (La Sapienza, Rzym): Passions and emotions in Indian religions and philosophies: some preliminary remarks
     
  • 25.03.2014, prof. Ute Huesken (Uniwersytet w Oslo): Navarātri / Durgāpūjā: On festivals and ritual creativity
  • 26.03.2014, prof. Ute Huesken (Uniwersytet w Oslo): Theravāda Nuns in the West: Traditions, Monastic Law, and Lived Realities
  • 27.03.2014, prof. Ute Huesken (Uniwersytet w Oslo): Women Priests in Hinduism: Changing Patterns of Ritual Agency
  • 31.03.2014, dr hab. Krzysztof Stroński (UAM w Poznaniu): Języki pahari w świetle najnowszych badań historycznych i typologicznych
  • 23.04.2014, prof. Giuliano Boccali (Uniwersytet w Mediolanie): The Complex Metaphors and their Importance in Early Kavya
  • 14.05.2014, dr Bharati Jagannathan (Miranda College, Delhi University): Development of the Tamil Pilgrimage Tradition
  • 02.06.2014, Małgorzata Czausow i Andrzej Chendyński: Polskie Osiedle Valivade, Kolhapur - "Mała Polska w Indiach"
  • 11.06.2014, dr S. Sundarabalu (Visiting Professor, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore): Discrimination of women in the Muthuva tribal community of Tamil Nadu: A study in the light of the epic – Silappatikaram
  • 03.10.2014, Krzysztof Renik: Keralskie parateatry
  • 06.10.2014, prof. Heike Oberlin (Universität Tübingen): Kūṭiyāṭṭam: the temple theatre of South India. A practical introduction cum demonstration

 

  • 07.10.2014, prof. Heike Oberlin (Universität Tübingen): Culture and society as mirrored in modern Indian literature: Kerala and Malayalam Literature
  • 07.10.2014, prof. Heike Oberlin (Universität Tübingen): Talking eyes and speaking hands: a Kūṭiyāṭṭam (warsztaty)
  • 08.10.2014, prof. Heike Oberlin (Universität Tübingen): Mantrāṅkam: the third act of Pratijñāyaugandharāyaṇam in Kūṭiyāṭṭam

  • 30.10.2014, dr Tara Puri (University of Warwick): Indian women's magazines and women's literary histories: Ambai, Rokeya Sakhawat Hussain, and The Indian Ladies' Magazine

  • 21.11.2014, prof. dr hab. Joanna Sachse (Uniwersytet Wrocławski):  Czy "Bhagawadgita" jest już w pełni zbadana? Próba komentarza do: II 39, IV 25 oraz XIV 5-9

2013

  • 27.03.2013, Gautam Chakrabarti (Freie Universität Berlin): An Enigmatic Russian and Anglophone Bengalis: Socio-Cultural Transactions on the Early Colonial Calcutta Stage
  • 11.04.2013, dr Barbara Lotz (Würzburg University): Whose language is it anyway? A brief literary journey through the Hindi Urdu Controversy
  • 12.04.2013, prof. Yigal Bronner (Jerusalem Hebrew University): Embrace Takes Center Stage: An Overview of Bitextuality in South Asian Literature
  • 12.04.2013, prof. Adalbert J. Gail (Freie Universität Berlin): Double-entendre (śleṣa) in the Visual Arts of South and Southeast Asia
  • 15.03.2013, prof. Giuliano Boccali (Uniwersytet w Mediolanie): The Description of Himālaya in Kālidāsa's Kumārasambhava, I, 1-17
  • 28.05.2013, prof. Hulkuntemath Shivamurthy Sastri Shivaprakash (Jawaharlal Nehru University; Tagore Centre, Berlin): Contemporary Indian Theatres

  • 21.10.2013, prof. Marion Rastelli (Austriacka Akademia Nauk): Yoga in the Daily Routine of the Pāñcarātrins

  • 21.10.2013, prof. Johannes Bronkhorst (Lausanne): Who is a Brahmin?

  • 23.10.2013, prof. Klaus Karttunen (Uniwersytet w Helsinkach): The Buddha in Greek Disguise

  • 03.12.2013, dr Zbigniew Igielski (Konsul RP w New Delhi): Sikhowieprotestanci Indii

2012

  • 09.01.2012, prof. Alexander Dubyanskiy (Uniwersytet w Moskwie): Tamil Bhakti Literature
  • 28.03.2012, prof. Ute Huesken (Uniwersytet w Oslo): The social dynamics of South Indian Temple Festivals
  • 29.03.2012, prof. Ute Huesken (Uniwersytet w Oslo): On female agency in Brahmanic ritual traditions
  • 28.05.2012, prof. Alexis Sanderson (Uniwersytet w Oxfordzie): A Long and Troubled History: Śaivism and Brahmanism from the Second to Twelfth Centuries, part I
  • 30.05.2012, prof. Alexis Sanderson (Uniwersytet w Oxfordzie): A Long and Troubled History: Śaivism and Brahmanism from the Second to Twelfth Centuries, part II
  • 04.06.2012, prof. Marion Rastelli (Austriacka Akademia Nauk): Viṣṇu, Vāsudeva and Nārāyaṇa in the Pāñcarātra saṃhitās
  • 04.06.2012, prof. Klaus Karttunen (Uniwersytet w Helsinkach): Introduction to the History of Indology
  • 05.06.2012, prof. Johannes Bronkhorst (Lausanne): On the early history of Mīmāṃsā as language philosophy
  • 06.06.2012, prof. Klaus Karttunen (Uniwersytet w Helsinkach): Scholars, Engineers and Wicked Barbarians - Yavanas in Classical Indian Literature
  • 25.10.2012, Małgorzata Skiba (reżyser): spotkanie i projekcja filmu Chitraanjali. Stefan Norblin w Indiach
  • 26.10.2012, Urvashi Butalia (Kali for Women): Feminism in the Indian literary scene
  • 29.10.2012, Suketu Mehta, Marta Bręgiel-Benedyk: spotkanie z autorem i tłumaczką (temat przewodni: The Cultural Role of Indian Diaspora In the Modern World)
  • 21.11.2012, prof. Claus Peter Zoller (Uniwersytet w Oslo): An oral version of the Mahābhārata from the Indian Himalayas

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