Skip to main content



Online event

Informal presentations of research by PGR students and staff.

Event details

The Exeter South Asia Centre is holding an online research gathering on Wednesday, 1 December 2021, from 4:30-6:30pm GMT to discuss works-in-progress, while highlighting the breadth of research undertaken by centre members and building inter-disciplinary conversations and connections. The event will feature a set of informal short research presentations by both PGR students and staff, with Q&A/discussion after each presentation. If you would like to attend, please email Dr. Elizabeth Thelen at to register your interest.
Topics include:
  • Nicola Thomas and Rishika Mukhopadhyay (Geography), on how we might decolonise the 1903 Delhi Durbar Art Exhibition.
  • Ishudhi Rawat (German) on The Indian Legion in Germany (1941-45).
  • Amina Yaqin (English) on Women's Narratives and the Politics of Culture in Pakistan.
  • Fatima Zehra Naveed (English) on the Urdu short story collection Angaarey.
  • Jerri Daboo (Drama) on Migration, mobility, and marriage: cultural heritage in/from India
  • Neha Shaji (English) on The Glory (hole) Days of Bombay: Masculinities, Excrementalities, Queer Futures.
Note: this event is only for members of the University of Exeter community; any other requests to attend can be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please email for details.