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INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON INDO_PORTUGUESE HISTORY XIV

INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON INDO_PORTUGUESE HISTORY XIV

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INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON INDO_PORTUGUESE HISTORY_XIV
A three -day Seminar on
India, the Portuguese and the Indian Ocean Societies: Exchanges and Engagementsat India International Centre, Delhi 11-13 February, 2013{With the support of CHAM(Lisbon), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, InstitutoCamões, Funadação Oriente, Embassy of Portugal, Embassy of Brazil, ICHR,ICCR, ICSSR, INSA, DST, Indian Council of World Affairs, Jawaharlal NehruUniversity and Delhi University}
 
11
th
February, 2013Inaugural Session 
(9.30am – 11.00 am)Welcome Prof. Bhagwan Josh, Chairperson, CHS, JNU( 3 minutes)Introducing the seminar Pius Malekandathil ( 3 minutes)Inauguration Prof. Sudha Pai, Rector, JNU( 8 minutes)President Prof. Lotika Varadrajan (4 minutes)Felicitation H.E. Jorge Roza de Oliveira, Ambassador of Portugal( 5 min.)Introductory words: Prof. João Paulo Oliveira e Costa, Director CHAM ( 4 minutes)Key Note addresses: Prof. Irfan Habib, Aligarh ( 20 minutes)Prof. Luis Filipe Thomaz, Lisbon( 20 minutes)Message Dr. Kavita Sharma ( 2 minutes)Vote of Thanks Prof. B.P.Sahu, University of Delhi ( 3 minutes)11.00-11.30 am Tea break __________________________________ 
Parallel
 
Session A
( 11.30 am to 12.45 pm)-
Room II
____________________________________ 
Session I Historiographical Approaches and Indian PowersChair: Prof. Luis Filipe Thomaz
1)Prof. Maria Augusta Lima Cruz,
Manuel Severim de Faria and the Diffusion ,
( Portual )
Preservation and Creation of Knowledge regarding the Historyof Portuguese India and Asian Cultures
2) Prof. Shireen Moosvi- -
The Mughal Response to the West via the Portuguese
( Aligarh Muslim University)3) Dr. João Teles e Cunha -Keeping the Enemy at Bay: Portuguese-Bijapuri(CHAM, Lisbon) Relations ca. 1600-1650__________________________________ 
Parallel Session B ( 11.30am – 12.45 pm)-Room III___________________________________ Session II- Indian Ocean Trade : General Trends Chair: Prof. Arvind Sinha
1) Prof. Om Prakash
- Portuguese Trade in the Indian Ocean
(Delhi School of Economics)2) Prof. Vijayaramaswamy,
Dynamics of Textiles in Medieval Peninsular India:
 
( JNU) Portuguese versus Others
3) Dr. Andre Teixeira
Land Exploitation in Bassein’s Territory: Indo-
( Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Portuguese Trade during 16
th
and 17
th
centuries
________________________________  
Parallel Session C( 11.30am -12.45pm)-Room I________________________________ Session III- Lusosphere and Cultural ThreadsChair: Prof. Roberto Vecchi
1) Prof. Maria Augusta Vieira -
Between Indian and Brazil : Cecilia Meireles’ Prose
( University of S
ã
o Paulo, Brazil)
and Poetry
2)Prof. Susanne Klengel –“
Amores Expressos” between São Paulo, Mumbai and
(Freie Universität, Berlin)
Lisbon: Close Readings of a Transnational LiteraryProject
 3) Prof. Vibha Maurya
Dreaming of Other Geografies:A Close Reading of the
( Delhi University)
Stone
 
Raft by Jose Saramago
12.45-13.45
Lunch Break
 ______________________________ 
Parallel Session A
( 13.45- 15.35 pm)-
Room II
_______________________________ 
Session –IV : Cartography and NavigationChair: Prof. Mridula Mukherjee
1) Prof. Irfan Habib- -
Mughal Cartography( Aligarh)
2) Dr. Emmanuelle Vagnon-
Nautical Charts and Geographical Knowledge of 
(Paris)
Indian Ocean in Western Europe
3) Capt. José Manuel Malhão Pereira-
Some Nautical and Geographical
(Portugal)
Consequences of the Chinese Navigations in theXVth Century in the Indian Ocean
4) Dr. C.C. Joseph,
Technology and Navigation in the Indian Ocean Regions and

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