DAS MODERNE INDIEN IN DEUTSCHEN ARCHIVEN 1706-1989

Von der DFG gefördertes Langfristprogramm

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Das moderne Indien in deutschen Archiven


Workshop ‘Benjamin Schultze‘s dialogue book on Madras. A critical approach to a cultural-historical missionary source’

01. & 02.03.2022 Work­shop organ­ised by MIDA, (Das Mod­erne Indi­en in Deutschen Archiv­en) in Coop­er­a­tion with the Franck­esche Stiftun­gen, Halle. Intro­duc­tion Ben­jamin Schultze (1689–1760) was one of the most pro­lif­ic, but… Read More


International Workshop on The Politics Of ‘Doing Culture’ Entangled India and the German Democratic Republic during the Cold War

Dates: Decem­ber 21–22.12.2018. Loca­tion: Depart­ment of South Asian Stud­ies, Insti­tute for Asian and African Stud­ies, Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­sität zu Berlin.Invali­den­strasse 118, 10115 BerlinII Floor, Room 217 Intro­duc­tion: The Ger­man Demo­c­ra­t­ic Repub­lic (GDR) was offi­cial­ly rec­og­nized by… Read More


Entangled Archives: Perspectives from Modern India in German Archives (September 27–28, 2018)

Sep­tem­ber 27–28, 2018; Depart­ment of South Asian Stud­ies, Insti­tute for Asian and African Stud­ies, Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­sität zu Berlin, Invali­den­straße 118, Berlin. Con­fer­ence Pro­gram: Day 1 (Thurs­day, 2018-09-27): 9:00 — 9:15 Wel­come and… Read More


Workshop “Entangled Muslim Networks in Europe, South Asia, and the Arab Middle East in the First Half of the 20th Century”

This two day work­shop aims at depict­ing the con­nec­tiv­i­ties of var­i­ous Mus­lim indi­vid­ual intel­lec­tu­als and com­mu­ni­ties in Europe, South Asia and the Arab Mid­dle East that are often stud­ied as… Read More


Opening Workshop, January 30–31 2015 (Programme and Abstracts)

Date: Jan­u­ary, 30 – 31, 2015.  Organ­ised by: Prof. Dr. Ravi Ahu­ja, Uni­ver­sität Göt­tin­gen, Cen­tre for Mod­ern Indi­an Stud­ies (CeMIS) Dr. Heike Liebau, Zen­trum Mod­ern­er Ori­ent (ZMO) Berlin Prof. Dr. Michael Mann,… Read More


Aktuelle Veranstaltungen

Berlin – Filmvorführung, Vortrag und Diskussionsabend – 23.10. & 25.11.2022

WORKSHOP - Nodes of Translation: Rethinking Modern Intellectual History between South Asia and Germany (7-9 July 2022)
At: The Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS), Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

Aktuelle Publikationen

Ole Birk Laursen. 2022. Passports, Citizenship, and the (Im)possibility of Return: The Indian Revolutionary M. P. T. Acharya in German Archives. In: MIDA Archival Reflexicon.

Georg Lilie. 2022. Gewerkschaftliche Beziehungen und Delegationen zwischen der DDR (FDGB) und Indien (AITUC, INTUC, HMS) von 1964 bis 1982. In: MIDA Thematische Ressourcen.

Heike Liebau. 2022. “Undertakings and Instigations”: The Berlin Indian Independence Committee in the Files of the Political Archive of the Federal Foreign Office (1914–1920). In: MIDA Archival Reflexicon.

Josefine Hoffmann. 2022. Rezension von: Julian Faust: Spannungsfelder der Internationalisierung. Deutsche Unternehmen und Außenwirtschaftspolitik in Indien von 1947 bis zum Ende der 1970er Jahre, Baden-Baden: NOMOS 2021. In: sehepunkte 22 (2022), Nr. 4 [15.04.2022], URL: http://www.sehepunkte.de
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