Indo-Ghuria: Continuities and Ruptures in 12th-13th-Century South and Central AsiaWORKSHOP ※ 30 Aug 2017 Butler 208B
- Manan Ahmed
- Viola Allegranzi
- Shahid Amin
- Blain Auer
- Kurt Behrendt
- Whitney Cox
- Michael O'Neil
- Alka Patel
- Khodadad Rezakhani
- Martina Rugiadi
- Tamara Sears
- Jawan Shir Rasikh
A collaboration between The MET, UC Irvine, and Columbia, this collective endeavor brings together historians, archeologists, and art-historians to explore, from multiple disciplinary perspectives, the shifting connections between South and Central Asia during the twelfth-thirteenth centuries. Although this timeframe has been historiographically emphasized primarily due to the Mongol campaigns of the 1220s in Central Asia, almost simultaneously South Asia (particularly northern India) also underwent momentous changes: the successful Ghurid campaigns of the 1190s not only introduced and consolidated Islam as a political system in the region, they effectively sutured the Indic and Persianate worlds in a new and enduring nexus of cultural, linguistic, socio-religious, and political relationships that were to reverberate for centuries into the modern day. This workshop will explore a meaningful cross-section of the twelfth-thirteenth-century historical moment/process. .
Funding & Support
- Lenfest Junior Faculty Development Grant, Faculty of Arts & Sciences
- South Asia Institute and the Dean of Social Sciences
- Heyman Center for the Humanities
- Department of History
- August 30: Presentation of papers. Each speaker will present for 15 minutes. The (disscusants) will formally open remarks with some brief comments and guiding questions. They will also moderate the sessions. Each conversation will last 45 minutes.
- 9:30 Breakfast & Coffee- Introductions
- 10:00 Manan Ahmed
- 10:45-11:00 Break
- 11:00 Viola Allegranzi (Jawan Shir Rasikh)
- 11:45-12:00 Break into Lunch
- 1:00 Michael O’Neil (Khodadad Rezakhani)
- 1:45-2:00 Break
- 2:00 Alka Patel (Martina Rugiadi)
- 2:45-3:00 Break
- 3:00 Blain Auer (Kurt Behrendt)
- 3:45-4:00 Break
- 4:00 Tamara Sears (Whitney Cox)
- 4:45 End of Day
- 6:30 Dinner
- August 31: Viewing and discussion of objects at the MET– meeting at 10:00 am.
- September 1: Concluding thoughts, and planning for the published volume– meeting at 9:30 am.
- August 30: 9:30 am at Butler 208B, Butler Library, Columbia University
- August 31: 10:00 am at Great Hall in The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- September 1: 9:30 am at Heyman Center Common Room, Columbia University
- Hudson, 358 West 58 Street, New York, NY 10019
- August 30: Marlow, 1018 Amsterdam Avenue at 6:30 pm.
- August 31: No official plans.
We are happy to reimburse your air or train transportation to the workshop. Your hotel lodging will already be taken care of. Please find below instructions for reimbursements:
- Guidelines for Travel Reimbursements
- All payees must submit a tax form and an expense form in addition to receipts and proof of payment in order to receive reimbursement. Please ensure all of the information on the expense form is legible. If there are questions or problems with the payment, the payee will be contacted via email. Payee should request reimbursement within 10 days of the expense/trip. Please Note: The University observes all INS and IRS regulations regarding payment to nonresident aliens. Certain visa types preclude payment of expenses, professional services, per diem, or salary.
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- United States Citizens and Permanent Residents: Citizens and Permanent Residents seeking expense reimbursement must submit a W-9 form, a Non-Employee Expense form, and receipts.
- Required forms