ABOUT THE CALENDAR
Conference/Symposium | October 6 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | 308 A Doe Library
Usha Iyer, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies, Stanford University; Jayson Beaster-Jones,, Associate Professor of Music in the Global Arts Studies Program, University of California, Merced; Ajay Gehlawat, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Theatre, and Film, Sonoma State University; Ivy Mills, Lecturer in the History of Art Department, University of California, Berkeley; Rachael Hyland, Ph.D. Student in South Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley
This roundtable addresses the transcultural nature of Indian cinema, both past and present. Following the liberalization of Indias economy in the early 1990s, histories of Indian cinema have either focused on the reception of Indian films vis-a-vis cosmopolitan constructions of South Asian diasporic subjectivities or have examined the ways in which an image of the nation has been constructed in and through Indian cinema. What is less understood and explored is the integration, consumption, and vernacularization of Indian cinema in various contexts outside India, for instance in Latin America and Africa.
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