DAS MODERNE INDIEN IN DEUTSCHEN ARCHIVEN 1706-1989

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Materialising Visibility, Preparing Recognition: The ‘cultural’ politics of GDR-India relations, 1952–1972

Dr. Anandita Bajpai


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The Ger­man Demo­cra­tic Repu­blic was offi­ci­al­ly reco­gni­zed by the Indian government in 1972. The tra­de rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ons estab­lished in 1956, howe­ver, beca­me the ‘offi­ci­al mouth­pie­ce’ of the GDR in India. Con­tac­ts… Read More


South Asia as a Cold War Arena — The two German States and India in the Bangladesh Liberation War 1971

Alexander Benatar


Ph.D. pro­ject The ear­ly 1970s saw two oppo­sing trends in Euro­pe and South Asia: while Ger­­man-Ger­­man déten­te was able to over­co­me the limi­ta­ti­ons of the Cold War, the Indian sub­con­ti­nent… Read More


Indo-German Intellectual History — Religion and Spirituality in Imperial Germany and the Weimar Republic (1871–1933)

Dr. Martin Christof-Füchsle


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The pro­ject aims at fur­the­ring the ana­ly­sis of pro­ces­ses of ent­an­gle­ments bet­ween India and Ger­ma­ny in the sphe­re of intel­lec­tu­al histo­ry. The focus is on the deve­lop­ments in the era… Read More


From Berlin to Delhi: Education, Intellectual Exchange and Politics of Translation in the life and writings of Sayyid Abid Husain (1896–1978)

Dr. des. Razak Khan


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My rese­arch pro­ject exami­nes the ent­ang­led natu­re of Indo-Ger­­man intel­lec­tu­al histo­ry. I explo­re intel­lec­tu­al and cul­tu­ral trans­la­ti­ons in the sphe­re of reform pedago­gy or “New Edu­ca­ti­on“ domi­nant at the turn… Read More