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  1. Bloody Deeds: Violence Represented, Professor Debabrata Mukherjee Annual Students’ Seminar, 26 March 2013
  2. The Dickens World: Post-Imperial Readings, 18-20 December 2012 (with the Centre for Victorian Studies)
  3. Rabindranath Tagore: Transmission, Translation and World Literature, 21-23 March 2012 (with Rabindranath Studies Centre)
  4. Kith, Kin, Care: The Family Textualised. Professor Debabrata Mukherjee Annual Students’ Seminar, 24 January 2012
  5. Sport and the Nation: CAS International Conference, January 19-20 2012 (with School of Media Communication and Culture)
  6. All India Students’ Seminar (ASIHSS) 2011: The Real, the Magical and the Virtual
  7. EarthSpeak: Land, Environment and Text, Debabrata Mukherjee Annual Students’ Seminar, 2011.
  8. Commodities and Affect, 2nd International Network Workshop, 12-14 January 2011, part of Leverhulme Trust International Network on Commodities and Culture in the Colonial World 1851-1914, between Jadavpur University, King’s College London, New York University, Exeter University, University of Technology Sydney and Witswatersrand University SA. The Workshop was co-hosted by Jadavpur University, Victoria Memorial Hall, and National Library of India.
  9. The Ghosts of Performance: Past, Present and Future, Professor Debabrata Mukherjee Memorial  Seminar, 23 March 2010
  10. Performance Text Event, ASIHSS All India Students’ Seminar, March 16 2010
  11. The Expanding Universe: Science and Literature in the Nineteenth Century, International Darwin Bicentenary Conference, 6-8 February 201

 


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