Punjab Research Group (PRG) meeting, London UK, June 25/11

The next PRG meeting is taking place on
25 June 2011
At Royal Holloway, University of London
Hosted by Ali Usman Qasmi
(Newton Fellow at Royal Holloway)

The speakers will be:
F. M. Bhatti
Independent Researcher, ‘Sikh Pilgrims to the Punjab Pakistan: cultural change, revival and change’
Virinder Kalra
Department of Sociology, University of Manchester, ‘Gugga Pir as the Hybrid Norm’
Margaret Walton-Roberts
Director, International Migration Research Centre Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, ‘Transnational arbitragers: immigration brokers and new processes and patterns of India-Canada diasporic reproduction’
Hassan Javid
Department of Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science ‘Land and Power: The Politics of Space in the Punjab Canal Colonies, 1886-1926’
Elisabetta Iob
Department of History, Royal Holloway, ‘“The sword of Heaven is not in haste to smite/Nor yet doth linger”: the rise of the Muslim League in Malik Barkat Ali and Muhammad Ali Jinnah private correspondence’

Please see the PDF at the end of this post for the full programme with abstracts and directions to Royal Holloway.

The cost of the event is £25 (waged) and £15 (unwaged/students) this includes the PRG fee and Lunch. Pay on the day either by cash or cheque.

Please confirm your attendance.

If you have any queries please contact me.

With best wishes
Dr Pippa Virdee
Senior Lecturer in Modern South Asian History
Faculty of Humanities
De Montfort University
Leicester, LE1 9BH
Convenor for the Punjab Research Group

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