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Kamran Asdar Ali, Director WCH 4.132, Mailcode G9300, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-3550

Symposium

Fri, September 21, 2007 • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM • WCH 4.118

Pablo Bartholomew is based in New Delhi, India, dividing his time between photographing, running long term photography work shops and managing a software company that specializes in photo databases solutions and server based digital archiving systems. For instance, between 2001 and 2003 he conducted a workshop for emerging photographers in India with the support of the World Press Photo Foundation in Amsterdam.

Pablo Bartholomew will talk about his images of Naga tribals in the symposium "Visualizing Tribal India," organized and funded by the South Asia Institute at the University of Texas at Austin. This event will occur on Friday afternoon, Sept. 21 in the Meyerson Conference Room, Hogg Building from 3- 5 p.m. Pablo has spent many years photographing societies in transition in different locations. While he has long been attracted by tribal cultures in India, his engagement with the Nagas is especially significant due to events in his family’s life.

Geraldine Forbes is a Distinguished Teaching Professor, History Department, State University of New York Oswego.

2005: Women in Colonial India: Essays on Medicine, Politics, and History (Delhi: Chronicle Books) 2000: The memoirs of Dr. Haimabati Sen: from child widow to lady doctor, translated by Tapan Raychaudhuri, edited by Geraldine Forbes and Tapan Raychaudhuri, introduced by Geraldine Forbes (New Delhi: Roli Books Ltd.). 1999: Positivism in Bengal: A Case Study in the Transmission and Assimilation of an Ideology (Calcutta: Papyrus), revised edition. 1997: An Historian's Perspective: Indian Women and the Freedom Movement, RCWS Gender Series (Bombay: Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT Women's University). 1996: Women in Modern India, New Cambridge History of India series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Also published in India by Foundation press. 1977: A Pattern of Life: the Memoirs of an Indian Woman, by Shudha Mazumdar, edited by Geraldine Forbes (New Delhi: Manohar). 1976: Positivism in Bengal: A Case Study in the Transmission and Assimilation of an Ideology (Calcutta: Minerva). In 1979 this book was selected for the Rabindra Puraskar, a prize awarded by the Government of West Bengal.

Sponsored by: South Asia Institute


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