Partition Events August 2017 design

1 August – 27 October 2017

Exhibition: Freedom and Fragmentation: Images of Decolonisation and Partition from the Centre of South Asian Studies Archive

Cambridge University, Alison Richard Building

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1 August to 26 August 2017

Exhibition: The People of India: Anthropology and Visual Culture, 1800-1947

Cambridge University Library, Entrance Hall

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August – September 2017

Various other “India Unboxed” Events 

Cambridge Museums

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12 August 2017, 11:00

Film: Tamas

British Film Institute (BFI)

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14 August 2017, 18:15

Film: Scorching Winds + discussion on the impact of Partition

British Film Institute (BFI)

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Tuesday 15 August 2017, 18:10 & Sunday 20 August 2017, 15:25

Film: The Cloud-Capped Star

British Film Institute (BFI)

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Until December 2017

India on Film

Celebrate the diversity of Indian filmmaking and films about India – from Bollywood to Tollywood (home of Telugu and Bengali cinema) – in cinemas and online.

British Film Institute (BFI)

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2 August – 7 October 2017

Exhibition: Indian Treasures

Getty Images Gallery

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16 August  2017 15:30, 19:00

India-Pakistan-UK: Intertwined Narratives Day 1

Senate House, University of London

Event Schedule:

15:30 -16:15: Panel discussion: India-Pakistan-UK: Political vs. Personal Chaired by Dr Sara Ansari

16:15 – 16:30: Coffee Break

16:30 – 18:15: Screening of Ken McMullen’s Partition (1987)

18:15 – 19:00: Q&A with Ken McMullen chaired by Dr Varsha Panjwani

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25 August 2017, 11:30

Refugees from the Partition of India

National Army Museum

Panel

Canon Michael Roden: Director of the Partition History Project

Professor Sarah Ansari: Professor of History at Royal Holloway, London

Professor Bashabi Fraser: Director of the Scottish Centre of Tagore Studies (ScoTs) at Edinburgh Napier University

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