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Goa @ Yale

Goa @ Yale

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A conference on Goa, at Yale 2013 March. Check details...
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A POSTCOLONIAL SOCIETY BETWEEN CULTURES

An International Conference at Yale University April 5-6, 2013
Friday, April 5 Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall, 120 High Street
1 p.m. Goa Between Cultures Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, Coordinator K. David Jackson, “Introduction: Goa between Cultures” Filipa Vicente, “Circulating Knowledge, Objects, and Images: Displays of Colonial Goa in Indian and European Exhibitions (1860-1950)” Cristiana Bastos, “Between Predicaments: Goan Physicians, Portuguese Rules, and African Places” Discussant: Bob Newman

GOA
9:30 a.m.

Saturday, April 6 Romance Languages Lounge, 82-90 Wall Street, 3rd floor
Goan Arts, Religion, Diaspora Margaret Mascarenhas, Coordinator Neeta Omprakash, “Diversity of Goan Art in the Post-colonial Period” Victor Coelho, “Goa in Musicology: A Colonial and Postcolonial Inquiry” Johns Webb Graham III, “Pepper, Padroado, and Prester John: Portuguese-St. Thomas Christian Relations and the Creation of an Imperial Saint, 1500-1653” Konrad Coutinho (Yale ’13), “The Goan Diaspora” The Goan Novel Filipa Vicente, Coordinator Victor Rangel-Ribeiro; Margaret Mascarenhas; Tara Menon Discussants: António Gomes, Gita Rajan Goa Between Cultures Summation Bob Newman,Coordinator This conference was made possible through support from the MacMillan Center, the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund, a Title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education to the Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies, and the South Asian Studies Council at Yale University.

3 p.m.

1:30 p.m. Goan Diaspora André de Quadros, “Minority and Exclusion: A Personal Narrative and Genre Sketch from a Bombay Goan” Rochelle Almeida, “Imaginary Goanlands: Major Immigrant Writers in the Diaspora” 4 p.m. Discussant: Bob Newman

5:30 p.m.

From Rome to Goa: Music of Giacomo Carissimi (1605-1674) and Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger (1580-1651) Concert at Dwight Chapel, Old Campus Victor Coelho, theorbo and Robert Crowe, male soprano Poynter Lecture Luce Hall Common Room, 34 Hillhouse Avenue Ashley D’Mello, “Portuguese Colonial History and Contemporary Goan Elections: Impact of the Catholic Church on the Electorate”

7:30 p.m.

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