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June
21
2019
IIAS Lunch Lecture

Crafts is said to be going through its third wave of revival. What are the defining characteristics of these movements and what values does crafts help us realize? Exploring the case of crafts in India, Priyatej Kotipalli will present the various kinds of economic goods that crafts produce. He will then attempt to offer an understating of value moving from an instrumental to an intrinsic one, and explore the role of a crafts culture in producing, sustaining, and realizing these values.

Fellowships at IIAS

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Fellowships at IIAS

IIAS invites excellent scholars to apply for a fellowship to work on an individual research project in the Humanities or Social Sciences. Scholars specialising in Asian-African interactions may also apply for the IIAS-ASCL joint fellowship.

Application deadlines:
IIAS & IIAS/CEM-FMSH fellowships:
1 March / 1 October
IIAS-ASCL joint fellowships: 15 March / 15 September
Gonda fellowships: 1 April / 1 October

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more fellows

Fellowships at IIAS

IIAS invites excellent scholars to apply for a fellowship to work on an individual research project in the Humanities or Social Sciences. Scholars specialising in Asian-African interactions may also apply for the IIAS-ASCL joint fellowship.

Application deadlines:
IIAS & IIAS/CEM-FMSH fellowships:
1 March / 1 October
IIAS-ASCL joint fellowships: 15 March / 15 September
Gonda fellowships: 1 April / 1 October

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Karl-Stéphan Bouthillette's picture
Katsunori Miyazaki's picture
Agnieszka Rostalska's picture
David Pierdominici Leão's picture
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