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Literature of the Indian Subcontinent Book Talk Series

A series of talks by Dr Kavita Ramdya

Themes in Literature of the Indian Subcontinent considers overarching ideas such as double segregation, isolation and nostalgia in the works of major contemporary authors of the Indian diaspora in relation to the changing historical, political, socioeconomic, and cultural contexts of migration.

Monday 4th November 2013 Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss (2006)

Monday 9th December 2013 Ed Husain's The Islamist (2007)

Date: 
Monday, November 4, 2013
Venue: 
SOAS

Literature of the Indian Subcontinent Book Talk Series

A series of talks by Dr Kavita Ramdya

Themes in Literature of the Indian Subcontinent considers overarching ideas such as double segregation, isolation and nostalgia in the works of major contemporary authors of the Indian diaspora in relation to the changing historical, political, socioeconomic, and cultural contexts of migration.

Monday 7th October 2013 Rohinton Mistry's A Fine Balance (1996)

Monday 4th November 2013 Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss (2006)

Date: 
Monday, October 7, 2013
Venue: 
SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, December 9, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, December 2, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, November 25, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, November 18, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, November 11, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, November 4, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, October 28, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

One of the world's oldest religions, Zoroastrianism originated amongst Iranian tribes in Central Asia during the second millennium BCE and spread to Iran where it became the principal faith until the advent of Islam. Central to the religion is the belief in a sole creator god, Ahura Mazda, his emissary Zarathustra (Zoroaster) and the dichotomy between good and evil.

Date: 
Monday, October 21, 2013
Venue: 
Brunei Gallery, SOAS
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