Time – 07:00 pm
TALK – Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk speaks on his new book The Naïve And Sentimental Novelist.Limited passes available at the Programme desk from Jan.15 onwards.
American Center invites you for a discussion with Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Richard Ford on“Extra-Literary Influences: The Things That Help, The Things That Hurt”Friday, January 28, 20113:00 p.m.The American Center24 Kasturba Gandhi MargConnaught Place, New Delhi 110001Richard Ford (born February 16, 1944) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist and short story writer. His best-known works are the novel The Sportswriter and its sequels, Independence Day and The Lay ofthe Land, and the short story collection Rock Springs, which contains several widely anthologized stories. His novel Independence Day was the first ever to win both the Pulitzer Prize and the Pen/Faulkner Award and had just about every critic in America breathing words like “mastery,” “genius” and “tour de force.”*Please carry a photo identity card with you to enter the American Center.*Mobile phones and laptops are allowed in the American Center. However, photography through mobile phones is prohibited.To confirm participation, please contact 2347-2289/2232
Zubaan presents Cultures Of Peace: A Festival Of The Northeast. Writers and poets from Assam, Sikkim, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura and Meghalaya, reflect upon the complexity, diversity, richness and poignancy of the region.
4. Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability (via Chintan Girish Modi)
Panel Discussion29 January ’11 / 06:30 pmBhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability is a distinctive graphic biography of Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. In Bhimayana, Ambedkar’s experiences of growing up untouchable and being routinely discriminated against—in school at the age of 10, in Baroda after his return from Columbia University, and while travelling—are reconstructed in a magical way by Pardhan Gond artists Durgabai Vyam and Subahsh Vyam. Experiences similar to Ambedkar’s, that continue to haunt a majority of India’s 170 million Dalits, are interwoven with Ambedkar’s story. Urmila Pawar, Ranjit Hoskote, and Jerry Pinto will be in conversation with the artists of Bhimayana, Durgabai Vyam and Subhash Vyam, and co-writer and publisher of the book, S. Anand.Urmila Pawar is a well-known Marathi short story writer and author of the autobiography Aaydan (2004), translated into English and published as The Weave of My Life: A Dalit Woman’s Memoirs.Ranjit Hoskote has published four volumes of poetry and is a renowned curator and art critic.Jerry Pinto is a journalist, poet and critic.Durgabai Vyam and Subhash Vyam are Pardhan Gond artists belonging to the same clan as the legendary Jangarh Singh Shyam. The artist-couple lives in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Bhimayana is their first graphic book and their first book together.S. Anand is the publisher of Navayana and co-writer of Bhimayana. He was a journalist for ten years.Venue:JnanapravahaQueens Mansion, 3rd Floor,G. talwatkar marg, Fort,Mumbai – 400001E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
29th JanuaryTime – 09:30 amHABITAT CHILDREN’S BOOK FORUM – Meet Leila Seth, author of We The Children Of India: The Preamble To Our Constitution Pub. Puffin Books. Reading and discussion. Age group 9+29th JanuaryTime – 07:00 pmTALK – Interaction with well-known author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. Collab: Penguin Books India**********
6. TALK ON ART AND BOOKS
Date : 29th January, 2011
Timing : 6 pm
Via Tara Books
Saturday, January 296:30pm – 9:30pm
Location Max Mueller Bhavan/Goethe-Institut, 4 Rutland Gate, 5th Street, Chennai
The Flag: From Narrative Images to Political Vision
Contemplating the Indian tricolour in all its human moments of glory and poignancy, Tara’s new photography book and exhibition features work by thirty outstanding press photographers from all over India.
6.30pm – Refreshments
7.00pm – Talk by S.V. Rajadurai, Tamil writer & civil rights activist
The exhibition will be displayed at Max Mueller Bhavan until 11th February, 10am – 6pm.
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