Archive | January, 2015
The Centre for Indo Canadian Studies Presents Marie Curie Scholars

The Centre for Indo Canadian Studies Presents Marie Curie Scholars

On January 12th, the Centre for Indo Canadian Studies Presented three lectures from Marie Curie Scholars. The three Phd students: Ruby Rana, Melanie Wattenbarger and Holly Morgan from the University of Mumbai and Westfaelische Wilhelms Universitaet in Muenster respectively, are all a part of the Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging (CoHaB) program under the guidance […]

CICS hosts lecture on “Punjabi Spiritual Music and the Sacred/Secular Divide” by Dr. Virinder Singh Kalra

CICS hosts lecture on “Punjabi Spiritual Music and the Sacred/Secular Divide” by Dr. Virinder Singh Kalra

The Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies was pleased to host Dr. Virinder Kalra, for a scholarly presentation on “Punjabi Spiritual Music and the Sacred/Secular Divide” on Friday, November 21st. Dr. Kalra’s lecture took the attendees on a virtual pilgrimage to India and Pakistan through his visual and musical audio clips which were incorporated into his presentation. Dr. […]