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साहित्य, कला, और डिज़ाइन

पूर्व-आधुनिक कालीन / मध्यकालीन उत्तर भारतीय साहित्य पर 11वाँ अन्तर्राष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन अगस्त 3-6, 2012

पूर्व-आधुनिक कालीन / मध्यकालीन उत्तर भारतीय साहित्य पर 11वाँ अन्तर्राष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन
अगस्त 3-6, 2012

ICEMLNI पिछले तीस सालों से मध्यकालीन उत्तर भारतीय साहित्य और धर्म के अध्येताओं को एक साझा मंच प्रदान कर रही है, जहाँ वे अपना शोध प्रस्तुत कर सकें और मध्यकाल

यह सम्मेलन एक ‘वर्कशाप’ की तरह है, जिसमें उत्तर भारत में एक दूसरे के समानान्तर विद्यमान विविध साहित्यिक और धार्मिक संस्कृतियों का अध्ययन- पुन:अध्ययन किया जा सकेगा । देशभाषाओं और शिष्ट भाषाओं के समान और भिन्न तत्वों के विवेचन-विश्लेषण के साथ-साथ उनके अन्त: सम्बन्धों तथा भक्ति व दरबारी साहित्य-सृजन के लोकवृत का भी अध्ययन- अनुशीलन किया जा सकेगा।में विद्यमान विभिन्न भाषाअों, भौगोलिक क्षेत्रों, संस्कृतियों और परम्पराओं पर शोध कर रहे अन्य अध्येताओं के साथ चर्चा भी कर सकें।

सम्मेलन में पढ़े जाने वाले शोध-आलेख पाठालोचन, विभिन्न धार्मिक अनुष्ठानों तथा लोकजीवन में उनकी उपस्थिति, धर्मशास्त्र से लेकर काव्यशास्त्र, सर्वाधिक पढ़े गए साहित्य से लेकर गुमनाम साहित्य की हमारी समझ का दायरा विकसित करेंगे।
इस सम्मेलन को शिमला में आयोजित करने से ICEMLNI को एक तरफ़ जहाँ IIAS-शिमला के साथ काम करने का मौका मिलेगा वहीं दूसरी तरफ यह एक सुनहरा अवसर भी होगा जहाँ मध्यकालीन भारतीय साहित्य पर काम करने वाले भारतीय अध्येता विदेशों मे अध्ययन-अध्यापन करने वाले ऐसे ही विद्वानों से मिल सकेंगे।

साहित्य, इतिहास, धर्म, मानव-विज्ञान तथा अन्य अनुशासनों के सब अध्येता सम्मेलन में आमंत्रित हैं।  हम यहाँ सम्मेलन के कार्यक्रम का संक्षिप्त विवरण देते हैं ; अतिरिक्त जानकारी के लिये कृप्या सम्मेलन के वेबसाईट को देखें — http://icemlni.org//HINDI05.html

Friday, August 3rd

Opening Remarks

  • Prof. Peter Ronald deSouza, Director, IIAS
  • Rajvinder Singh, National Fellow, IIAS
  • Tyler Williams, Columbia University

Re-imagining the World of Nirgun Saints

  • Neha Baid (Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur):निरंजनी सम्प्रदाय की अन्य निर्गुण सम्प्रदायों से मतभिन्नता (Differences between the thought of the Nirañjanī Sampradāy and other nirgun communities)
  • Sudha Ranjani (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi): भक्ति की अकादेमिक समझ और दरिया साहब (Academic understandings of bhakti and Dariyā Sāhab)
  • Tyler Williams (Columbia University, New York): निरंजनी सम्प्रदाय के संदर्भ में शास्त्रीय परम्परा का अनुवाद (Translation of the ‘classical’ tradition in the Nirañjanī Sampradāy)
  • Discussant: Dr. Devendra (Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur)

Literary and Devotional Exchanges Part I: between cosmopolitan and vernacular, cosmopolitan and cosmopolitan

  • Arthur Dudney (Columbia University, New York): Urdu as Persian: Some Eighteenth-Century Evidence on Vernacular Poetry as Language Planning
  • Luther Obrock (University of California, Berkeley): Muslim Mahākāvyas: The Aesthetics of Encounter
  • Samuel Wright (University of Chicago): Making Sense of the Vernacular in Sanskrit: Rādhāmohan Ṭhākur’s Mahābhāvānusāriṇīṭīkā
  • Discussant: Anshu Malhotra (University of Delhi)

Literary and Devotional Exchanges Part II: between traditions, communities, regions

  • Stefania Cavaliere (University of Naples “Orientale”): Religious syncretism and literary innovation: a preliminary study on the Vijñānagītā by Keśavadāsa
  • Heidi Pauwels (University of Washington, Seattle): “The Joy of Pilgrimage” or “Seeking Maratha Help”?
  • Hiroko Nagasaki (Osaka University): The language and literary style of Raskhān’s poetry
  • Discussant: Winand Callewaert (University of Leuven)

Director’s Dinner for Presenters and Discussants

Saturday, August 4th

New Directions in Vallabhite Studies

  • Emilia Bachrach (University of Texas, Austin): Religious Reading and Everyday Lives: The Function of a Hagiographical Tradition in Contemporary Gujarat
  • Anand Mishra (University of Heidelberg): Some theoretical underpinnings of Vārtāliterature of Puṣṭi-mārga
  • Frederick Smith (University of Iowa, Iowa City): Pilgrimage and havelī sevā: A Puṣtimārgī reformist current of the late 20th century
  • Discussant: Jack Hawley (Barnard College, Columbia University, New York)

The Making of Gaudiya Traditions

  • Rembert Lutjeharms (Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, University of Oxford): ‘Why do we still sift the husk-like Upanisads?’ Revisiting Vedanta in Early Caitanya Vaisnava Theology
  • Kiyokazu Okita (Kyoto/Hamburg Universities): When Rādhā Meets Jagannātha: A Gauḍīya Appropriation of the Alaṅkāra Tradition
  • Discussant: Teiji Sakata (Takushoku University, Tokyo)

Bhaṭṭs in Motion

  • Shrivatsa Goswami (Sri Caitanya Prema Sansthana, Vrindavan): Gopāla Bhaṭṭa: Carrier of Bhakti Up North
  • Jack Hawley (Barnard College, Columbia University, New York): Bhaṭṭs in Braj
  • Swapna Sharma (Yale University, New Haven): Gadādhar Bhaṭṭ and his Family: Facilitators of the Song of Bhakti in Vrindaban
  • Discussant: Heidi Pauwels (University of Washington, Seattle)

Special Discussion on Digitization of Texts and Databases

  • Winand Callewaert (University of Leuven)
  • Maya Burger (University of Lausanne)
  • Nadia Cattoni (University of Lausanne)
  • Tyler Williams (Columbia University, New York)

Sunday, August 5th

Revisiting and Re-appreciating Popular Traditions: Sources, thought, and cross-currents

  • John E. Cort (Denison University, Granville): “This is How We Play Holī”: North Indian Digambar Holī Songs
  • Abir Bazaz (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis): “Die before you Die”: Negative Theology, Death and Politics in the Poetry of Nund Rishi (1378-1440)
  • Rakhshanda Jalil (New Delhi): Bikaṭ Kahānī: A Study of Afzal Jhinjhānvī’sBārahmāsā
  • Teiji Sakata (Takushoku University, Tokyo): Hindi Bārahmāsā Tradition: From Jāysī to Present Day Folk Songs and Popular Publications
  • Discussant: Maya Burger (University of Lausanne)

History in Hindi

  • Allison Busch (Columbia University, New York): The Poetics of History in Padmākar’s Himmatbahādurbirudāvalī
  • Vikas Rathee (Arizona State University, Phoenix): Two Late Seventeenth Century Texts pertaining to the War of Succession Amongst the Sons of Shah Jahan
  • Shreekant Kumar Chandan (University of Delhi): Alam: A poet of many worlds
  • Dalpat Rajpurohit (Columbia University, New York): Language and Meters in theHimmatbahādurbirudāvalī
  • Vijay Pinch (Wesleyan University, Middletown): War and succession in the eighteenth-century: Padmākar, Mān Kavi, and Anupgirī Gosain
  • Discussant: Seema Alavi (University of Delhi)

Fieldtrip to sights near Shimla

Monday, August 6th

Text, Transmission, Translation I: Form and Performance

  • Vasudha Paramasivan (University of Chicago): The Rasik prakāś bhaktamāl: Contours of a Community
  • Rebecca Manring (Indiana University, Bloomington): Translation and Appropriation in Rūprām’s Dharmamaṅgala
  • Neeraja Poddar (Columbia University, New York): Text and Image in a 17th Century Bhagavata Purāṇa, Tenth Book, Latter Half Manuscript
  • Raman Prasad Sinha (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi): Poetry in Raga or Raga in Poetry? Studies in the Concept of communication in poetry
  • Discussant: Allison Busch

Text, Transmission, Translation II: Philology, Historiography, and Interpretation

  • Danuta Stasik (University of Warsaw): The Oral vs. the Written? A Few Notes on the Composition of Tulsīdās’s Rāmcaritmānas
  • Imre Bangha (University of Oxford): Reconsidering early Hindi literature through texts and manuscripts
  • Jaroslav Strnad (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague): Searching for the source or mapping of the stream: some text-critical issues in the study of medieval Bhakti
  • Discussant: Kamalakar Bhatt (Ahmednagar College, Maharashtra)

Closing Remarks

  • Rajvinder Singh (IIAS)
  • Tyler Williams (Columbia University)
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