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Afternoon lectures on Modern India

As part of the India Today/Copenhagen Tomorrow programme, and to celebrate the new study programme on Modern India and South Asian Studies - Asian Dynamics Initiative and the Dept. of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies invite you to a series of late afternoon double-lectures this autumn.

11 September 2012, 15.15-17.00 - On Āyurveda and Yoga

NIAS, Leifsgade 33, 3., 2300 Copenhagen S.

Āyurveda: What it is and what it isn’t

Kenneth Zysk, Associate Professor
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

A Chaste Fire: Yoga in Denmark from 1907-1980

Anusuya Kumar
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

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23 October 2012, 15.15-17.00 - On Pilgrimages and Chariot Festivals

Venue:  Room 27.0.09, Faculty of Humanities, Building 27, Njalsgade 136, 2300 Copenhagen S 

Renuka Devi takes a trip round in her realm in Tranquebar

Peter B. Andersen, Associate Professor
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

Pilgrimages to Pandharpur in Maharastra – Past and Present

Erik R. Sand, Associate Professor
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

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20 November 2012, 15.15-17.00 - On Food and Commensality

Venue:  Room 27.0.09, Faculty of Humanities, Building 27, Njalsgade 136, 2300 Copenhagen S 

The Udupi way of eating out

Stig Toft Madsen, Senior Fellow
NIAS, University of Copenhagen

Food and society among Bengalis, Hindus and Muslims in Kolkata and Dhaka

Manpreet Kaur Janeja, Assistant Professor
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

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