IndOx News

Education South Asia Seminar: 'Methodologies in Research: Early Career Research in South Asia'

As part of the Education South Asia Seminar Series, this panel discussion on Monday 21st November, 2pm (UK time), will focus on diverse methodologies by doctoral candidates in the field of education in South Asia. Registration is required.

IndOx Grants Open for Final Round of Applications (MT)

IndOx is again offering a number of small grants to support costs for research travel to or from the Indian subcontinent, for visiting academics with an India or subcontinent academic/research focus, or for collaborations with cultural partners in Oxford or in the subcontinent.

This will be the third and final round of applications.

Global India and the politics of accountability in South-South Cooperation

Laura Trajber Waisbich (OSGA, University of Oxford) explores some of the ways accountability has been understood, disputed and negotiated within India in the context of country’s growing development cooperation role.

22 November 2022, 2.00pm in the Syndicate Room, St Antony's College. All are welcome to attend.

MaatHRI FoCUS protocols and tools

In collaboration with Oxford's Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility, the MaatHRI Project has developed and validated a focused cardiac ultrasound method for low-resource obstetric settings. 

MaatHRI FoCUS protocols and tools are freely available to download online.

Deadline Extended - Inviting EoIs to Join IndOx Strategy Board

The closing date has been extended for submission of Expression of Interest to join the IndOx Strategy Board from within the MPLS, Medical Sciences and Humanities Divisions. SB membership is for an initial term of two years, honorary, and restricted to University of Oxford employees.

A brief EoI should be sent to Indox@ashmus.ox.ac.uk by Friday 18 November.

NISAU UK India-UK Achievers Honours – 75 at 75: Recognising Outstanding Contribution

The NISAU UK is working with the British Council in India to celebrate 75 U.K. Indian students and alumni who have made an important contribution to their profession and society.

Applications are now live and both alumni and current students are eligible to apply. The deadline for submissions is 23.59 GMT, 10th November 2022.

South Asian Intellectual History Seminars Michaelmas 2022/23

The South Asian Intellectual History Seminars are a University of Oxford graduate-led seminar, exploring themes of intellectual history rooted in South Asia, hosted by the Asian Studies Centre at St Antony's College, Oxford. The Michaelmas Termcard is now available, and all are welcome to attend. Seminars are both in-person (in Oxford) and online.

ODID Social Life of Work Seminar Series

The Social Life of Work - Towards a critical understanding of the changing dynamics of work in the global South.

Hosted by the Oxford Department of International Development (ODID), the Social Life of Work (SLOW) seminars will take place on Wednesdays 2.30 pm to 4 pm (BST) from 26 October to 16 November at ODID and on Zoom.

Registration is required.

Asian Studies Centre Book Launch: Crimson Spring, a novel by Navtej Sarna

In this masterpiece, Navtej Sarna brings the horror of the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre to life by viewing it through the eyes of nine characters—Indians and Britons, ordinary people and powerful officials, the innocent and the guilty, whose lives are changed forever by the events of that fateful day.

Friday 28 October at 5.30 p.m., Syndicate Room, St Antony’s College. All are welcome.

Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development Michaelmas Events 2022/23

The Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development will be hosting three talks in Michaelmas 2022: Cooling for factory workers in Bangladesh on 18 October; Mumbai's development projects (in partnership with IndOx) on 1 November; and a documentary screening of 'Rebellion' with environmental lawyer Farhana Yamin on 23 November.

‘Endangered Tribal Languages in India’ Seminar Series from Laudato Si' Research Institute

The Laudato Si' Research Institute at Campion Hall, University of Oxford will be hosting a series of online seminars on 'Endangered Tribal Languages in India’ during Michaelmas Term, on Wednesdays from 2pm-3.30pm between 26 October and 16 November.

Inviting EoI: Humanities, Medical Sciences and MPLS Divisional Representatives for IndOx Strategy Board

The India-Oxford Initiative (IndOx) is inviting Expressions (EoI) of Interest from academics within the Humanities Division, the Medical Sciences Division and the Mathematics, Physical and Life Sciences (MPLS) Division to join the IndOx Strategy Board.

The closing date for submission of EoI is Thursday 10 November 2022