Workshop series: Prathyabhijnana – topics within the research program Comparative Science of Cultures

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DSCN3226The Pratyabhijnana series of workshops is where a body of researchers, drawn from different institutions and vocational backgrounds, meet periodically in different institutions. They engage in intensive discussions and structured readings over two days on topics of the research program ‘Comparative Science of Cultures’.  Some familiarity with the research program is required to attend the workshops.

The workshops are guided by Rajaram Hegde, Shanmukha Armugam, Dunkin Jalki, Sufiya Pathan, Chaitra M.S. and occasionally by scholars from Ghent University.

 

2015

  • 22/23 August (Shimoga): Vivekananda
  • 19/20 September (Shimoga): The Role of Stories in Indian Traditions
  • 17/18 October (Ujire): Adhyatma and Itihasa / What do Indians need, A History or the Past
  • 19/20 December (Shimoga): Adhyatma and Itihasa / What do Indians need, A History or the Past

2016

  • 12/13 January (Bangalore): Caste ‘system’
  • 19/20 March (Shimoga): Vivekananda  (preparing for the conference, organised on 3-5 June)
  • 16/17 April (Bangalore): Vivekananda  (preparing for the conference, organised on 3-5 June)
  • 14/15 May (Ujire): Vivekananda  (preparing for the conference, organised on 3-5 June)

When:22 May, 2015 - 1 June, 2016
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities, Social sciences and humanities, Liveable Cities, School education, Social sciences and humanities
Event Type:Workshop / Seminar / Training
Venue:Alternately in Bangalore, Shimoga and Ujire.
Keywords:Vivekananda, Caste system, Adhyatma, Stories, Itihaasa, History

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