Dr. Dunkin Jalki of CIRHS was part of a panel on the Vachanas and the issue of caste at the fifth Dharwada Sahitya Sambhrama (20-22 Jan 2017). Here are two reports in the Kannada media about the session. Report in the Vijaya Karnataka newspaper: vijaya-karnataka The video recording of the panel discussion will be available here … Continue reading Dr. Dunkin Jalki at Dharwad Sahitya Sambhrama
A Two-day National Workshop on Understanding the Cultural Context of English Literature Teachers in India face a rather strange problem teaching English literature (by which we mean European English literature) to Indian students. It is a subject that requires students to understand human experience. Yet, it is an experience that is very far away from … Continue reading Cultural Context of English Literature (4-5 February 2017)
Twenty-nine students of the Department of Journalism (SDM PG College, Ujire) participated in first round of the day-long "Art of Writing a Master’s Thesis" workshop, on 14 November 2016. The workshop consisted of lectures, group tasks, group presentations (see the photos below) and a question and answer session. Here are some photos from the workshop!
A Workshops on Art of Writing a Master’s Thesis Venue: SDM PG College, Ujire Dates: 14 November 2016 (Admission by invitation only) Introduction There are two important parts to a Master’s Thesis: research and formal presentation. Let us begin with the latter. Today, there are many apps and software that will ease the task of writing … Continue reading Art of Writing a Master’s Thesis (Workshop announcement)
CIRHS will offer two elective courses in 2017 (the academic year 2016-17 and 2017-18) in the SDM PG College, in collaboration with two of its departments: Department of Social Work and Department of Mass Communication and Journalism. Course 1: Skills and Methods of Research in Social Sciences: An Introduction (No. of … Continue reading CIRHS Courses in 2017 (Syllabus)
Some shots from the recent two workshops: "Do we know India?" and "East meets West: A musical exploration for beginners".
East meets West: A musical exploration for beginners Music is a universal language, but there are many ‘dialects’. There is classic and there is pop, fusion, folk, jazz…etc. Both India and Europe have a very strong musical tradition, but how different they are! And we know so little about each other’s tradition. In this ‘illustrated talk’ … Continue reading East meets West: A musical exploration for beginners (Workshop announcement)