Workshop – India and the Balkans (2016)

India and the Balkans

A comparative perspective on symbols of subaltern identity in two world religions

Sep 21, 2016; 2pm-6pm

CACSSS Seminar room (ORB 27A)

University College Cork


14:00-14:10 – Welcome Note and Instruction; Dr. Lidia Guzy and Prof. Árpád Szakolczai

14:10-15:00 – Competing ideologies in Ibarkhand; Prof. emer. Marime Carrim

15:00-15:40 – Conflict and containment: antagonistic tolerant and the concept of the State in India; Prof. ever. Harald Tambs-Lyche

15:40-16:00 – Coffee Break

16:00-16:45 – Double Minorities in the Balkans: Between Religion and Ethnicity; Dr. Alexandra Djuric

16:45-17:30 – Crossing Borders between Divine and Human: Vernacular Cosmologies and Political Change in Moldova; Dr. James Kapaló

17:30-18:00 – Final Discussion

More details can be found here:

Final India – Balkan Poster