"Subaltern Speak: An Indian Soldier's Travelogue of China, 1900-1901"
THE YADUNANDAN CENTER FOR INDIA STUDIES PRESENTS
THE 14TH ANNUAL SOLANKI LECTURE
“Subaltern Speak: An Indian Soldier’s Travelogue of China, 1900-1901”
Distinguished Guest Speaker
Anand A. Yang, a Professor of International Studies and History, is currently the Chair of the History Department and was formerly the Director of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, Seattle. He is the author of books on The Limited Raj: Agrarian Relations in Colonial India and Bazaar India: Peasants, Traders, Markets and the Colonial State, and the editor of volumes on Crime and Criminality in British Indian and Interactions: Transregional Perspectives on World History. His forthcoming books are on Empire of Convicts and Thirteen Months in China. Anand was born in Shantineketan and grew up in New Delhi, a city that he still considers his hometown.
There will be a Reception/Dinner at 6:00pm with a free Indian Food Buffet.
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