15. Sept. 2022, 18:00
TALK AND DISCUSSION - INDIA@75
Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar President of the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA) and Professor of International Relations.
Being initiated especially during the AsiaBerlin Summit 2022, with the planned India Salon we, at the gallery Under the Mango Tree intend to bring the German public closer to India of the 21st century. The INDIA SALON would bring engaging, professionals/ speakers whose talks, discussions and conversations expose contemporary ideas and ways of India that are supported by concrete evidence and are relevant to a broad international audience.
15.09.2022 – 18:00 Hrs
WELCOME WORDS: 18:00 Hrs
Ms. Petra Schwarz, Division for International Affairs Office of the Governing Mayor of Berlin in Senate Chancellery
TALK AND DISCUSSION I INDIA@75
Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar
President of the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA) and Professor of International Relations.
18:30 Hrs. I INDIA@75 I Talk and Discussion
Successes and Potential of an Ancient Civilisation. Professor Amrita Narlikar will share her insights on how modern and ancient India come together in politics and the economy today.
Online Talk and discussion with the present audience.
Prof. Dr Amrita Narlikar is the President of the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA) and Professor of International Relations. She is also Honorary Fellow of Darwin College, University of Cambridge; non-resident Senior Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation (ORF); and non-resident Distinguished Fellow of the Australia India Institute.
Amrita’s expertise lies in the areas of multilateralism, international negotiation, World Trade Organization, and also rising powers. Her research has been published in the top, peer-reviewed journals in the field, including International Affairs, Journal of European Public Policy, International Politics, and The World Economy. She has authored/ edited 13 books, including Poverty Narratives in International Trade Negotiations and Beyond in 2020; Bargaining with a Rising India: Lessons from the Mahabharata (co-authored) 2014; and The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization (co-edited) 2012. On Twitter and LinkedIn: @AmritaNarlikar
19:30 Hrs. I ARTIST IN CONVERSATION I Tinu Verghis, Artist, in Conversation with Prof. Dr. Eva Ehninger, Humboldt University, Berlin
Body. A sight of resistance. Addressing the complexities of representing the self in a patriarchal world and the significance of lived experiences to decipher naked female performances by third world women.
Born in Kerala, India, Tinu Verghis left her modelling career to pursue art as a channel to address systemic injustice, social and gender inequalities. She believes that one can not move forward in a democracy without addressing gender inequality. As a child who grew up in a vill-age where rituals were the way of life, she understands the importance of being one with nature.
Eva Ehninger is Professor for Modern Art History at Humboldt University of Berlin. Her research focuses, among other topics, on the theory and critique of postcolonialism, on the media history of representation and US modernism. Her current Research project is: Art Education between Heritage-Making and Critical Transregionality Teilprojekt im BMBF-Verbundforschungsprojekt De:link//Re:link: Local perspectives on transregional processes of entanglements and disentanglements.
20:00 Hrs. I RECEPTION
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der
Regierenden Bürgermeisterin von Berlin.
Under The Mango tree
10823, Berlin, Germany
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