Archives at NCBS : Events
Arun K Thiruvengadam, in conversation with Usha RamanathanChampaca Bookstore, off Queens Road
Building (for) Biology: The NCBS campus
3 PM: NCBS Reception: Starting point for a historical walk through campus in collaboration with the NCBS Communications Office
Shomona Khanna, in conversation with Radhika Chitkara
Alternative Law Forum, Shivaji Nagar
Lecture Hall (LH) - 1 (Haapus), NCBS
European Records of Botanical Medical Knowledge of Southern India: Resources for Contemporary Biomedical SciencesAnna Spudich
Lecture Hall (LH) - 1 (Haapus), NCBS
Lecture Hall (LH) - 1 (Haapus), NCBS
Agyeya and the Archives: Humanising a writer, translator, and revolutionary
Vikas KumarLecture: Apr 21 - inStem AuditoriumExhibition: Apr 21 - Apr 26 - inStem Museum
Why do we eat what we eat? The Archaeology, Anthropology, History, and Politics of FoodKurush DalalLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
Paradox of the Media: Plentiful yet Unviable, Plentiful yet UnfreeSevanti NinanLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
Chitranshul SinhaLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
Ramachandra GuhaDasheri Auditorium, NCBS
Neeraja SankaranLecture Hall-1, NCBS
Rukmini SLecture Hall-1, NCBS
Shabnam Virmani and Prashant ParvataneniJun 18: St Joseph's College Auditorium
Urvashi ButaliaFaculty Hall, Main Building, IIScIn collaboration with IISC Archives and Centre for Public History
Sundar SarukkaiLecture Hall (LH) - 1 (Haapus), NCBS
Understanding InequalityReetika KheraArchives at NCBS, in collaboration with St Joseph's College, Azim Premji University and IIIT Bangalore
In Digital Exile: Narrating urban histories: https://metromod.net/Rachel Lee, Mareike Hetschold and Laura Karp Lugo
Vijaya Nagarajan, University of San Francisco
The extent of virtue: Impossible Idealism, Drastic Choices, and the Urge to HelpLarissa MacFarquhar, in conversation with Samanth Subramanian
People make their own map: Citizenship and belonging in South AsiaSuchitra Vijayan, in conversation with M Rajshekhar
Ornamented Elephants, the Lowly Pida, and the Turbaned Man: Ruminations from the margins of designSarita Sundar in conversation with Suresh Venkat
This thing called the Internet: Infrastructure, governance and rightsAshwin J Mathew, King’s College LondonApar Gupta, Internet Freedom Foundation
4:00 PM – Public lecture by Janaki Nair: The demands for a past and the (im)possibility of the archiveDiscussant: Indira ChowdhuryMariam Ram (TNQ Technologies), S Ramakrishnan (Director, TIFR), Satyajit Mayor (Centre Director, NCBS)
Who's Afraid of an Emergency?Rochelle Pinto and Maya Dodd
Remembering Queer Lives: Silence, memory and building a collective historyArvind Narrain, in conversation with T Jayashree and Rahul Rao
Aparna Vaidik, Ashoka UniversityDanish Husain, The Hoshruba Repertory
Alok Sarin, Sitaram Bhartia HospitalSanjeev Jain, NIMHANSModerator: Zehra Mehdi, Columbia University
Jasmeen Patheja and the Blank Noise TeamRegistration for online lecture: https://tinyurl.com/APLS-20200619Livestream: https://tinyurl.com/BLiSCLive
Registration for online lecture: https://tinyurl.com/APLS-20200515Livestream: https://tinyurl.com/BLiSCLive
The Dyeing Craft: A story of Indian block printing, colour and identity. Workshop and Public Lecture
Anella Jasuja and Akola PrintersLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
Malgova Auditorium, NCBS.The Centre for Public History, Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology, Bangalore, announces the first Winter School in Public History 2020: Public Lives of Objects This Winter School is being held in partnership with the Archives at NCBS, Bangalore.
Herbs, Maps & Medicine: An interpretive exhibition of commerce and spiceExhibition Curator: Anna Spudich. Design: Abhishek Ray and Matrika Design Collaborative. Writer: Gayathri VaidyanathanPanel Discussion with Anna Spudich (over Skype), Abhishek Ray and Ines G Županov. Moderated by Marialaura Ghidini.Lecture Hall - 1, NCBS.
The Lives of Objects: Tracing the Past in the PresentPanellists: Klaus Staubermann, Annapurna Mamidipudi, Swarup Bhattacharyya, Sarita Sundar.Panel Chair: Roland WittjeLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
The Transformative Constitution
Gautam BhatiaDasheri Auditorium, NCBS
A Dominant Character: The Radical Science and Restless Politics of JBS Haldane
Samanth SubramanianLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
Body politic(s): A recent history of technology, databases and the human person
Usha RamanathanLecture Hall - 1, NCBS
In these Times: Three Conversations against Hatred
V Geetha, Tara BooksDasheri Auditorium, NCBS.
When Farmers Die: Inequality and the Agrarian CrisisDasheri Auditorium, NCBS.
Telling the Stories of 833 Million Indians: PARI and reporting in the digital age
P SainathDasheri Auditorium, NCBS.
Age of Electroacoustics: Transforming Science and Sound from the 19th to the 20th centuryLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
The Edge of Nature: History, Ecology and the FutureDasheri Auditorium, NCBS.
Renaissance & Revolution: Cartography in the Early Modern WorldLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Women’s Lives, Women’s Words: Some Thoughts on Feminism as Experience and Writing Women into HistoryLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
The Himalaya: People, place and ecologyLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Letters Swallow Themselves in Seconds: A lecture-performanceLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Through Two Doors at Once: Quantum mechanics and the Anatomy of an Elegant ExperimentLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
The Centre for Public History, Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology, Bangalore, announces the Winter School in Oral History 2019: Community, Environment and Oral History: Individual and Collective Memory. This Winter School is being held in partnership with the Archives at NCBS, Bangalore.Raspuri Teaching Lab, Archives at NCBS.
Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus) and Archives at NCBS.
Archives at NCBS: Opening Exhibition tours
Curators: Srajana Kaikini, Naveen Mahantesh, Meera BaindurPublic Gallery, Archives at NCBS.
Pacifying atoms: Nuclear histories -- the Mexican case to be or not to be nuclear (1950-1970)Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Recovering Nature in Crowded IndiaLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Enabling Education: Stories and trajectories from education policies in IndiaLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Surveillance Stories: Optimizing rights and governanceLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Market menagerie: Health and Development in Late Industrial StatesLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Deconstructing Art: Tales of Craft, Science, and History in Heritage ConservationAnupam Sah, Art Conservation Centre, CSMVS Museum, MumbaiLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
In pursuit of proof, A history of identification documents in IndiaTarangini Sriraman, Azim Premji UniversityLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Historical accident or path dependence? Science, technology, industry, and the state in 20th century BangaloreBalaji Parthasarathy, IIIT Bangalore.Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Indira Chowdhury, Centre for Public History, Srishti Institute of Art, Design, and TechnologyLecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), NCBS.
P. Balaram, Indian Institute of ScienceLecture Hall -1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Seema Mundoli, School of Development, Azim Premji UniversityLecture Hall -1 (Haapus), NCBS.
Anuja GhosalkarSimon's Centre
S. Prashant KumarSimon's Centre
Ever Met an 'Ugly' Flower?Hortus Garden, Archives at NCBS
Bodies at SeaArchives at NCBS
Launch of TSG Sastry PapersLecture Hall - 1, NCBS