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Events

all forthcoming events in chronological order

27 September 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Leilah Vevaina (MPI-MMG): “From excarnation to ashes: changes in Zoroastrian ritual infrastructure in Mumbai”
4 October 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Raphael Susewind (MPI-MMG): “Rifah-e-Aam Club, Lucknow: politics and poetics in India’s changing public sphere”
11 October 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Chris Fuller (London School of Economics and Political Science): “Ethnographic enquiry in Colonial India: Herbert Risley, William Crooke and the study of tribes and castes”
18 October 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
David Strohl (MPI-MMG): “Serving the Imam, serving the nation: civic engagement and citizenship in Mumbai’s Ismaili Muslim community”
18 October 2016
Ethics, Law and Politics - Seminar Series Winter 2016/17
Christian Joppke (University of Bern): “Legal Multiculturalism: Comparing Gays and Muslims”
27-29 October 2016
Inhabiting the Corridor
A workshop on surging resource economies and urban life in East Africa
1 November 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Mireille Mazard (MPI-MMG): “Are you afraid of cockroaches?': Compassion and the horrors of abjection in Taiwanese Buddhism”
2 November 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Michael Lambek (University of Toronto): “Ethnography as history: marriage and moral horizons in Mayotte”
8 November 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Alpa Shah (London School of Economics and Political Science): “Tribe, caste and class in contemporary India”
15 November 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Reza Masoudi (MPI-MMG): “The spatial genealogy of Muharram rituals”
22 November 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Meena Dhanda (University of Wolverhampton): “An inescapable comparison: casteism and racism in the diaspora”
23 November 2016
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17
Nils Ole Bubandt (University of Aarhus): “What Gura killed: wildmen, white men, and the excess to differences that matter”