Jayanta Sengupta is currently Secretary and Curator (Director) of the Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata, and a former Director of the Indian Museum and the Anthropological Survey of India. He is a historian of modern India with research interests in the interrelationship between colonialism, nationalism, and democracy and authoritarianism in modern South Asia, cultural practices in modern India, and transnational and comparative intellectual history. He is the author of At the Margins: Discourses of Development, Democracy and Regionalism in Orissa (2015), and Those Noble Edifices: the Raj Bhavans of Bengal (2019).
January 23, 2020 ● 11:20 am
Jehangir to Dara Shukoh, the Magnificent Mughals - Parvati Sharma and Avik Chanda discuss the mighty and might-have-been in Mughal history. In conversation with Jayanta Sengupta
January 23, 2020 ● 12:10 pm
Prodosh Mittirer Prithibi - Sabyasachi Chakraborty on being Feluda. In conversation with Jayanta Sengupta. Launch of Esho Ma Lokkhi, the maiden Bangla translation of a Devdutt Pattanaik book (Bangla Session)