Contemporary South Asia Seminar
"Violence and Moral Panic in Post-War Sri Lanka"
Many academics, politicians and commentators have claimed that progressives lack a unifying narrative, in the wake of neoliberalism and the failure of Third Way politics, and in the light of sustained criticism of Marx. Is this true?
Discussion and readings of a short novel by one of Russia’s most celebrated and wittiest authors of recent times, newly translated into English by his daughter, Katherine.
Part of the South Asian History Seminar Series.
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Lunchtime Seminar. Vladimir Pastukhov (St Antony's)
Mr Keishi Mitsui, Curator, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
Conserving Photographs after Japan’s Tsunami: The Example of the RD3 Project