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SPECIAL LECTURES
 

The Department of History of Art regularly organises special lectures by eminent National and International scholars. The aim of the lecture is to impart scholarly and research oriented approach to the students. These lectures are based on the on-going semester courses in order to facilitate critical thinking amongst the student and faculty. Some of our recent lectures are listed below.

2017

April, 2017: Lecture on Ancient Indian Coinage by Dr B R Mani, Director General, National Museum and Vice Chancellor, NMI.

April, 2017: Lectures on Art of Devakothar and Recent Findings at Khajuraho by Dr. P.K. Mishra, Director (retd.), Archaeological Survey of India.

March, 2017: Lecture on Monuments of Sarnath by Dr B R Mani, Director General, National Museum and Vice Chancellor, NMI.

March, 2017: Lectures on Rockcut architecture of the Ancient Period (3rd century BCE 6th century CE) by Prof. (Dr.) Y.S. Alone, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

February, 2017: Lecture on Sculptural Art of Amaravati by Dr. Jyoti Rohilla Rana, Associate Professor, History of Art, Banaras Hindu University.

February, 2017: Lecture on Early Buddhist Literature by Prof. (Dr.) R. Panth, School of Buddhist Studies and Civilizations, Gautam Buddha University, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Greater Noida.

2016

July - August, 2016: Prof. (Dr.) Lokesh Chandra, Padma Bhushan, Eminent Indologist and President of Indian Council for Cultural Relations delivered a series of five lectures on the various aspects of Buddhist Art of Central Asia. The lectures were thematically based on the following topics - An Introduction to the Buddhist Art of Central Asia, the Avatamsaka Sutra and the Colossus of Bamiyan, the Suvarnaprabhaasa Sutra in China, the Murals at Turfan and the Art of Khotan.

March, 2016: “Cultural Heritage and Post Earthquake Heritage Recovery in Nepal” by Dr. Dina Bangdel, Director of Art History, Virginia Commonwealth University, Qatar.

2015

February, 2015: Prof. (Dr.) Eva Kernbauer, Head, Department of Art History, University of Applied Arts, Vienna gave a lecture on ‘Exhibiting as Art: Display as an Artistic Task in Contemporary Art’.

March, 2015: Dr. Chedha Tingschanchali, Associate Professor, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand gave five lectures on Southeast Asian art and archaeology covering the regions of Burma, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and hailand.

2014

November, 2014:  Dr. Usha Balakrishnan, Independent Scholar & Researcher and eminent art historian, gave a curatorial lecture on ‘Indian Jewellery Tradition’ in the National Museum Institute.

November, 2014:  Dr. Mercy Vungthianmuang Guite, Assistant Professor, Centre of German Studies, School of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University gave a lecture on ‘Cultural History of Europe during Renaissance’.

April, 2014: Dr. Naman P. Ahuja, Associate Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, gave a curatorial walk and lecture on the ongoing exhibition, 'The Body in Indian Art' in the National Museum.

March, 2014: Prof.(Dr.)Lokesh Chandra, eminent art historian and a recipient of Padma Bhushan award, gave a series of lectures on 'Buddhism in Central Asian Art'.

February, 2014: Prof.(Dr.) Istevan Keul from the Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion,University of Bergen, Norway gave a lecture on 'Vrishanana Yogini and the Yogini Cult'.

2013

August, 2013: Prof.(Dr.) Daryoosh Akbarzadeh, Assistant Professor of Ancient and Medieval Iranian Languages and Linguistics, Iran and Dr. Jila Moghinmnejad, Art Historian, Iran, gave a lecture on 'A New Study on the Cultural Relationship Between Iran and India: Two Paintings from Kalila-wa-Dimna'.

March, 2013: Prof. Sacchidanand Sahay, eminent Art-Historian and a recipient of Padma Shri award,  gave  a series of lectures on “Art of Cambodia”.

March, 2013: Prof. R N Mishra, eminent Art Historian gave a lecture on “Sculpture and Architecture of Central and Western India”.

February, 2013: Jesus Clavero Rodriguez, Cultural Director, Instituto Cervantes, New Delhi, gave a lecture on “Spanish art and Architecture”.

February, 2013: Jack Neilson, Director of Neilson Gallery, Spain gave a lecture on “Contemporary Spanish Art”.

February, 2013: Dr. Chedha Tingsanchali, Assistant Professor, Silpakorn University, Thailand gave a series of lectures on “Southeast Asian Art and Iconography in Mahayana Buddhism”.

February, 2013: Dr. Om Prakash, eminent Historian gave a lecture on “Art and Culture in Vietnam”.

2012

April, 2012: Dr. Sivji Panicker, Dean, School of Culture and Creative Expressions, Ambedkar University, Delhi, gave a lecture on “Baroda School of Art”.

March, 2012: Dr. Adam Hardy, an architectural historian at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, gave a lecture on “North and South Indian Temple Architecture”.

February, 2012: Dr. Jack Rasmussen, Director and Curator of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center in Washington, DC. Gave a lecture on “Curatorial Practice”.

2011

September, 2011: Dr. Stephen Inglis, Director General of research and Collections and a Senior Curator at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canada gave lectures on “Indigenous Art of Canada”.

April, 2011: Dr. Devanganga Desai, eminent art historian, gave lectures on “The Architecture  Khajuraho Temples”.

- “Sculptural Iconography of the Temples of Khajuraho” in April, 2011.

April, 2011: Prof. R. N. Mishra, on “Shaiva Monasteries of Central India”.

March, 2011: Dr. Deborah Swallow, Director, the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, on “The Art of Cezanne”.

March, 2011: Prof. Gourishwara Bhattacharya, eminent art historian and a Sanskrit scholar from Germany, on the “Art and Philosophy of Vajrayana Buddhism”.

January, 2011: Prof. Lokesh Chandra, eminent art historian and a recipient of Padma bhushan award, gave a series of lectures on “Buddhism in Central Asian Art”.

2010

July, 2010: Dr R. Nagasmamy, eminent scholar and art historian gave lectures on “South Indian Bronzes”.

March, 2010: Dr. Deborah Swallow, gave a lecture on “The Discipline of Art History: Interconnections with Gallery, Museum World and Art Trade”.

March, 2010: Adam Green, New York University, gave a lecture on ‘Identifying Carving Sequences for the Analysis of Indus seals’.

March, 2010: Prof. R. N. Mishra gave a lecture on “Alankara and Dhvani”.

January, 2010: Dr. R.S. Bisht, Jt. Director General of ASI (retd.) gave lectures on “Roots of the Indus Valley Civilization”.

- “Dholavira: A Special study” in January, 2010.

 

 
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