[South Asia Research Colloquium] What is Colonialism? The Meaning of a Twentieth-Century Political Category


DATE
Friday October 21, 2022
TIME
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
COST
Free

This is the inaugural year of the UBC South Asia Research Colloquium, which offers a forum for specialists in South Asia to share their research in front of an interdisciplinary audience. The format will consist of a research presentation of about forty-five minutes followed by questions and comments from the audience for about half an hour.

The first seminar of the South Asia Research Colloquium entitled “What is Colonialism? The Meaning of a Twentieth-Century Political Category” features speaker Dr. Nazmul Sultan (Assistant Professor of Political Theory in the UBC Department of Political Science).

Date & Time:
Friday, October 21, 2022 | 12:30-2:00 PM (PDT)
Location: Room 604 (seminar room), UBC Asian Centre, 1871 West Mall, Vancouver (map here)

The event is open to graduate students and faculty of UBC and other academic institutions only.
Registration is required (please find the registration form below).

Guest speaker:

Nazmul S. Sultan (PhD Chicago, 2020) is Assistant Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Political Science. His research interests include the history of political thought (especially Indian and British), empire and anticolonial thought, popular sovereignty, and ideas of the global.



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