DAS MODERNE INDIEN IN DEUTSCHEN ARCHIVEN 1706-1989

Von der DFG gefördertes Langfristprogramm

Mida

Das moderne Indien in deutschen Archiven


2021-01 Colloquium flyer GSA

2021-01 Col­lo­qui­um fly­er GSA


2019–12_Book Launch Ahuja Christof-Fuechsle-Einladung

2019–12_Book Launch Ahu­ja Christof-Fuechsle-Einladung




Germans_in_the_18th_century-Workshop-Abstracts

Ger­­man­s_in­­_­­the_18th_cen­­tu­­ry-Work­­shop-Abs­­tracts



Poster-MIDA_Launch2019

Pos­­ter-MIDA_Laun­­ch2019




Programme Workshop GDR India December 2018

Pro­gram­me Work­shop GDR India Decem­ber 2018




Plakat_MIDA_-Konferenz

Pla­­ka­­t_­­MI­­DA_-Kon­­fe­­renz


Entangled Muslim Networks Workshop Programme

Ent­an­gled Mus­lim Net­works Work­shop Pro­gram­me Work­shop: Ent­an­gled Mus­lim Net­works in Euro­pe, South Asia, and the Arab Midd­le East in the First Half of the 20th Cen­tu­ry Febru­a­ry 3–4, 2017 Ber­lin Gra­dua­te… Wei­ter­le­sen


Mida Workshop (January 30/31 2015)

Mida Work­shop (Janu­a­ry 30/31 2015) MIDA (Das moder­ne Indi­en in deut­schen Archi­ven, 1706 – 1989) Work­shop 30.–31.01.2015 Pro­ject Descrip­ti­on and Work­shop Programme


Call for Papers: Opening Conference ‚Modern India in German Archives‘

Call for Papers: Ope­ning Con­fe­rence ‚Modern India in Ger­man Archi­ves‘ Call for Papers: Ope­ning Con­fe­rence ‚Modern India in Ger­man Archives’


mida-workshop-january-30–31-2015-final-programme-abstracts

mida-workshop-january-30–31–2015-final-programme-abstracts


Hamburg-Indien Plakat

Ham­­burg-Indi­en Plakat


Vortrag von Indira Sengupta (Poster) (November‑5–2015)

Vor­trag von Indi­ra Sen­gupta (Pos­ter) (November‑5–2015) Invi­ta­ti­on – Pro­ject mee­ting “Modern India in Ger­man Archi­ves” Thurs­day, 5 Novem­ber 2015, 5 pm „Scho­l­ar­ly Inter­lo­pers? Ger­man Indo­lo­gists, Bri­tish India and Colo­ni­al Know­ledge: Using… Wei­ter­le­sen


Report on the Inaugural Workshop of the DGF-funded project MIDA by Anandita Bajpai

Report on the Inau­gu­ral Work­shop of the DGF-fun­­­ded pro­ject MIDA by Anan­di­ta Baj­pai Report on the Inau­gu­ral Work­shop of the DFG-fun­­­ded pro­ject ‘Modern India in Ger­man Archi­ves, 1706–1989’/‘Das Moder­ne Indi­en… Wei­ter­le­sen


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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