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Caste, Gender, and Citizenship in Contemporary India: A Talk with Charu Gupta & K. Satyanarayana

January 15, 2020

On January 9, the South Asia Center invited two distinguished scholars for talks and a panel discussion on “Caste, Gender, and Citizenship in Contemporary India.” Professors K. Satyanarayana (EFLU-Hyderabad) and Charu Gupta (University of Delhi) shared their insights on a range of critical issues, from student movements to Dalit literature and inter-religious marriages. Talks were followed by an animated, thought-provoking discussion with students and faculty across multiple disciplines. Many thanks to the Department of History, Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, and the Simpson Center for Humanities for co-sponsoring this lively event.


Left to right: S. Charusheela (Associate Professor, UWB: School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences), Anand Yang (Professor of History, UW), Charu Gupta (Associate Professor of History, University of Delhi), K. Satyanarayana (Associate Professor of Cultural Studies, EFLU-Hyderabad), Sunila Kale (Associate Professor, Chair & Director of South Asian Studies, UW), Radhika Govindrajan (Associate Professor of Anthropology, UW)