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Upcoming Programmes

22
AUG Onwards
Criticism & Theory
Classical Indian Epistemology
V. N. Jha
28
AUG
Indian Aesthetics
Rasa, Reveries and Revelations
Pika Ghosh
08
SEP Onwards
Yoga and Tantra
Shaiva and Vaishnava Traditions
G.C.Tripathi
27
SEP
Yoga and Tantra
Atru, Abhaneri, Amva:
Kirit Mankodi
28
SEP
Community Engagement
‘Collected Poems’:
Gieve Patel
04
OCT
Yoga and Tantra
The Legends Of Nathasiddhas
Amol N. Bankar
 

Visiting Scholars @ JP

Darius Cooper

Dr. Darius Cooper is a writer and film scholar. He completed a Masters in Literature and Aesthetics at Bombay University in 1972 before getting a second Masters in Film and Literature at the University of Southern California in 1982. He completed his PhD there in 1989 and since then has held a position as Professor of Critical Thinking, Humanities and Film in the English Department of San Diego Mesa College. He has published a number of books including Between Modernity and Tradition: The cinema of Satyajit Ray (Cambridge University Press, 2000), In Black and White: Hollywood Melodrama and the cinema of Guru Dutt (Seagull Books, 2004) and The Fuss About Queens and Other Stories (OM Books International, 2014).

 
 
 
 
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