NEW GLOBAL CONNECTIONS: INDIA AND EUROPE IN THE LONG EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Queen’s University Belfast
The Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Queen’s University Belfast, is holding an international symposium entitled ‘New Global Connections: India and Europe in the Long Eighteenth Century’ on 5 and 6 May 2011.
The opening lecture of the symposium (part of the long-running India Lecture Series at QUB) will be by Professor Seema Alavi of Delhi University on ‘Mughal Decline and the Emergence of New Global Connections’. The programme comprises 11 papers which seek to evoke the pan-European dimensions of the eighteenth-century encounter with India through interdisciplinary engagement.
For details of the programme please contact: Dr. Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa, firstname.lastname@example.org