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19 - 23 January 2023 | Hotel Clarks Amer, Jaipur

Nandini Das

Nandini Das is a Professor of Early Modern English Literature and Culture and a Fellow of Exeter College at Oxford University. She is a scholar of Renaissance literature, travel, migration, and cross-cultural encounters. Her Cambridge History of Travel Writing (2019), co-edited with Tim Youngs, covers global Anglophone and non-Anglophone travel writing from antiquity to the internet, while Keywords of Identity, Race, and Human Mobility in Early Modern England(2021) traces the impact of travel and human mobility, both forced and voluntary, on fundamental ideas of identity and belonging. Courting India, her book on the first English embassy to Mughal India is forthcoming from Bloomsbury in March 2023.

Sessions

19 Jan | 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM | Venue - FRONT LAWN

02. Super-Infinite: The Transformations of John Donne

Katherine Rundell in conversation with Nandini Das


20 Jan | 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM | Venue - DURBAR HALL

45. Courting India: England, Mughal India and the Origins of Empire

Nandini Das in conversation with William Dalrymple


20 Jan | 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM | Venue - Hawthornden Foundation MUGHAL TENT

89. The Shakespearewallahs

Preti Taneja, Baran Farooqi and Nandini Das in conversation


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