AUD Events

AUD Events

Event Date :- 28-October-2019 To 30-October-2019
Event Time :-
Venue :- Kashmere Gate campus, AUD

“Teaching Feminisms, Transforming Lives: Questions of Identity, Pedagogy and Violence in India and the UK” under UGC-UKIERI Joint Programme (4th Workshop)

https://feministtaleem.net/  Ambedkar University Delhi 28th-30th October, 2019

Day -1

28th October Monday Venue: Marigold, India Habitat Centre (IHC)

Looking Back and Moving Ahead

9.00 am-11.15 am

Chair: Professor Rachana Johri

  • Welcome by Professor Krishna Menon, Principal Investigator, UGC-UKIERI project titled
  • “Teaching Feminisms, Transforming Lives: Questions of Identity, Pedagogy and Violence in India and the UK”
  • Address by Professor Anu Singh Lather, Vice Chancellor, AUD (TBC)
  • Future of International collaborations at AUD: Professor Denys Leighton, Dean, International Affairs Division, AUD
  • Experiences and challenges of International Collaboration—Professor Fiona MacKay, Co- Investigator, University of Edinburgh, UK UGC-UKIERI project titled “Teaching Feminisms, Transforming Lives: Questions of Identity, Pedagogy and Violence in India and the UK”
  • Fostering collaborative research at AUD: Professor Geetha Venkataraman, Dean, Research and Consultancy, AUD
  • Tracking the Project- September 2017-October 2019: Dr Radhika Govinda, Principal Investigator, University of Edinburgh, UK UGC-UKIERI project titled “Teaching Feminisms, Transforming
  • Lives: Questions of Identity, Pedagogy and Violence in India and the UK”
  • Reflection and experience: Ms. Shailly, PhD Scholar, Women’s and Gender Studies, School of Human Studies, AUD

Tea: 11.15 am -11.30 am

11.30 am -1.15 pm  Project team meeting

  • Discuss MOOC outlines
  • Journal Special Issue
  • Other ideas in connection to the deliverables of the project

Lunch: 1.15 pm -2.00 pm

Feminist Pedagogy and the University as a Safe Space: Experiences and Challenges

2.00 pm -3.00 pm

Chair: Professor Sumangala Damodaran

Presentation by Swati Chakraborty, MA in Education and Anandini Dar Assistant Professor School of Education Studies, AUD: Understanding of Students’ Perspectives on Sexual Harassment and Internal Complaints Committee at a University.

Tea/Coffee Break: 3.00 pm -3.15 pm:

3.15 pm-4.30 pm Chair: Dr. Bindu K.C.

Interaction with Chairperson, Professor Anita Ghai and members of Committee for the Prevention of Sexual Harassment, Ambedkar University Delhi

 

Day- 2

29th October Tuesday  Women Write, Women Lead

10.30 am to 12.00 pm: Visit to a Feminist Publishing House and Bookstore

  • Meeting at Zubaan office to discuss the edited volume with contributions from all the participants in the UK UGC-UKIERI project titled “Teaching Feminisms, Transforming Lives: Questions of Identity, Pedagogy and Violence in India and the UK”

Lunch: 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm (IHC)

2.30-5.30 pm Round table Venue: Marigold, IHC

When Women Lead- The Feminist Leadership Challenge in Institutions of Higher Education in India and the United Kingdom

Chair: Krishna Menon– Dean, School Of Human Studies, AUD

  1. Meenakshi Gopinath- Principal Emerita, Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, and Founder and Director, WISCOMP
  2. Fiona MacKay, Professor of Politics, Ex-Dean and Head of the School of Social and Political Science; Director of GenderEd
  3. Maitreyee Chaudhuri, Professor, Centre for Study in Social Systems, JNU and ex-Director Women’s Studies Programme, JNU
  4. Bijaylaxmi Nanda, Principal (Acting), Miranda House College, University of Delhi
  5. Sumati Kumar (Indian Defence Accounts Service), Senior Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, under the Ministry of Defence, Government of India and ex-Registrar, AUD
  6. Asha Rungta (IP & TAFS), Principal Director Government Accounting Standards Advisory Board in O/O Controller and Auditor General, Government of India and ex Controller of Finance, AUD
  7. Sumangala Damodaran, Professor, School of Development Studies AUD and ex-Dean School of Development Studies, AUD
  8. Rachana Johri, Professor, School of Human Studies, Director Centre for Psychotherapy and ex-Dean School of Undergraduate Studies, AUD
  9. Bindu K.C., ex-Secretary Ambedkar University Delhi Faculty Association
  10. Rukmini Sen, Professor, School of Liberal Studies and Director, Centre for Publishing, AUD
  11. Reflection and experience: Nibedita Hazarika, PhD Scholar, School of Development Studies, AUD

High Tea: 5.30 IHC

 

Day- 3

30th October Wednesday Women's Voices, Visions of Democracy and Publishing

Venue: Mahogany Hall, IHC

10.30 am-1.00 pm Round table with feminist publishers and journalists (This round table is co-organized by Centre for Publishing, AUD)

Chair: Professor Rukmini Sen Director, Centre for Publishing, AUD

  1. Githa Hariharan, Writer and Member of Board Indian Cultural Forum
  2. Urvashi Butalia, Director Zubaan, New Delhi, co-founder Kali for Women
  3. Radha Chakravarty, Writer, Critic and Translator, Dean School of Letters, Ambedkar University Delhi and ex-Director, Centre for Publishing, AUD
  4. Bhasha Singh, Senior Journalist and Writer
  5. V. K. Karthika Publisher, Westland Publications and formerly with Harper Collins
  6. Pamela Philipose, Public Editor, The Wire and previously Senior Associate Editor, Indian Express
  7. Reflection and experience: Abdul Rahman K.C., PhD Scholar, Women’s and Gender Studies, School of Human Studies, AUD

Lunch: 1.00 pm

2.00 pm-3.00pm Wrap up Meeting with project team members

For further details please contact-

Professor Krishna Menon- krishnamenon@aud.ac.in

Professor Rukmini Sen- rukmini@aud.ac.in

Dr. Shelly Pandey – shellypandey@aud.ac.in

(Convener- Organising Committee 28th -30th Oct 2019)