The late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in South India are usually subjected to investigation for the emergence of various vernacular print traditions. These vernacular traditions that arose from different regions of Colonial Southern India were pertinent to understanding different political formations that fermented along lines of subaltern identities. We, the Department of History and Historia at MCC, are delighted to invite you all for a talk on the Subaltern Print Cultures of Twentieth century South India. Dr. Barath N teaches at the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong. He currently heads the Department.
Date : 11/10/2023 at 8.30 AM
Venue : GJB Audi – 3