Prof Frank J. Korom's lecture on West-Bengal folk art and globalization on November 9, 2016

On November 9th at 12.15 Prof Frank J. Korom (Boston University) will deliver a lecture titled "Folk Art and Globalization: An Example from West Bengal". The lecture will take place in von Bock Building (Ülikooli 16) room no. 215.

Additional reading for the lecture include:

Korom, Frank J. 2011. Civil Ritual, NGOs, and Rural Mobilization in Medinipur District, West Bengal. – Asian Ethnology 70 (2), pp. 181–195.

Korom, Frank J. 2014. Unraveling a Narrative Scroll about Modernity and Its Discontents. – Raphale Perret (ed.), Machines of Desire. Zürich: Amsel Verlag, pp. 60–66.

Professor Korom will deliver also a plenary paper on November 10th at the conference “Religion and Nation(alism):  Entanglements, Tensions, Conflicts" to be held in the University of Tartu. For the programme and abstarcts of the conference see the homepage of the Estonian Society for the Study of Religions.

All are very welcome!