Asian Studies Colloquium

Each semester, the center holds one or more colloquium presentations on Asia-related topics. GSU faculty and graduate students are welcome to present their current research in our fall or spring colloquium. The center also invites scholars from other US and foreign universities to talk about their current research and publication projects. The center collaborates with other GSU centers and academic units and (co)sponsors talks and other academic events. Faculty and graduate students are welcome to submit proposals if they wish to invite guest speakers to build/strengthen academic collaboration.

Colloquium Speakers

Ghulam A. Nadri (GSU, Department of History), “Time, Temporality, and Enterprise in Early Modern India” (April 6, 2023)

  • Rajmohan Gandhi (University of Illinois): “Is India Bidding Farewell to Democracy & to Gandhi” (March 4, 2022)
  • Sumit Guha (University of Texas at Austin): “History and Collective Memory in South Asia (1200-2000)” (March 5, 2021)
  • Tirthankar Roy (London School of Economics): “The Economy of South Asia since 1950” (February 14, 2018)