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Deborah Stein: Swings, Ships, and Camel Motels: When 15th-century Architecture is Thought in Mandu, Malwa

Allan deSouza: Introductions & Welcome Remarks
Deborah Stein: Swings, Ships, and Camel Motels: When 15th-century Architecture is Thought in Mandu, Malwa
Talinn Grigor: Ancient Iran in Bombay
Padma Maitland: Gandhi Superstar
Usha Iyer: Histories of the Ephemeral: Producing a Narrative of Film Dance through Song Booklets
Asma Kazmi: Cranes and Cube and Some Other Works 
Aditi Chandra: Unruly Monuments: Disrupting the State through Delhi’s Islamic Architecture 
Pallavi Sharma: A Traveling Tale: My Recent body of Work 
Qamar Adamjee: The Art of Sitting: Re-looking at Indian Paintings 
Mary-Ann Milford-Lutzker: Home is a Foreign Place 
Sugata Ray: Ecoaesthetics: On how to Live with Sentient Plants 
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto: Heterosexual Hubris 
Jisha Menon: Building Bangalore, and the Poetics of Dwelling in Sheela Gowda’s Artworks 
Shalini Agrawal: Diversity and Equity in Community-based Practice 
Debashish Banerji: Hoppe's India, 1929: Colonialism and Modernity through Photographs 
Sita K. Bhaumik: The Places Where the Answers Were 
Atreyee Gupta: Untitled 
Forrest McGill: Cosmic and Earthly Dance in the Arts of India and Its Neighbors 
Cho Rao: Emerging Art Center: Delhi 
Karin G. Oen: Forming and Reforming: Contemporary Art at the Asian 
John Zarobell: Emerging Megacities in South Asia 
Kathy Zarur: About Place