Oxford Early Modern South Asia Workshop
‘Discipline, Sect, Lineage and Community:
Scholar Intellectuals in India, c. 1500-1800’

St Antony’s College and Radcliffe Humanities Building, Oxford

Friday 31 May-Saturday 1 June 2013

India’s ‘early modern’ centuries saw an extraordinary revival in intellectual and religious cultures.  It created a complex landscape for scholars and men of religion, who worked within, as well as across the boundaries between intellectual disciplines, sectarian affiliations, family commitments and their own personal interests.  To explore these themes, the workshop brings together researchers in the Sanskrit, Persian and vernacular language traditions, and in intellectual as well as social history.  

Participants:

Yigal Bronner (Chicago), Madhav Deshpande (Michigan), Elaine Fisher (Columbia), Jonardon Ganeri (Sussex), Jon Keune (Goettingen), Corinne Lefebvre (Paris), Lawrence McCrea (Cornell), Christopher Minkowski (Oxford), Polly O’Hanlon (Oxford), Parimal Patil (Harvard), Ram-Prasad Chakravarti (Lancaster),  Valerie Stoker (Wright State), Audrey Truschke (Cambridge), Anand Venkatkrishnan (Columbia), David Washbrook (Cambridge), Michael Williams (Vienna).

Conference Organizers: Christopher Minkowski, Polly O’Hanlon and David Washboook

To register, please contact Polly O’Hanlon at rosalind.ohanlon@orinst.ox.ac.uk.

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Oxford Early Modern South Asia Project

Sponsored by the Faculty of Oriental Studies, Oxford, St Antony’s College, Oxford, Trinity College, Cambridge and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.