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Parminder Bhachu

Exploring South Asian migrants resilience and creativity in times of extreme change
Join Prof Parminder Bhachu in conversation with Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal on the topic of migration processes of South Asians and the technical capital they carry and develop in the diaspora.
May 17, 2021 5:00 PM

Kim Wagner

Between the Mutiny and Amritsar: The 'Kooka' Massacre of 1872
This talk explores the little-known history of the ‘Kooka’ Massacre, that echoed the Uprising of 1857 and foreshadowed the Amritsar Massacre of 1919, thus revealing something crucial about the forms and functions of fear and violence in British India.
May 24, 2021 5:00 PM

Previous Events

Professor Lou Fenech

Professor Fenech talks about his forthcoming book which is about a group within Sikh tradition known as the Panj Piare, the first five Sikh disciples who form the nucleus of the Sikh martial community known as the Khalsa.

Rehmat Rayatt

Toxification explores the plight of the Punjabi farmer and the price they pay for the rice on our plate.

Vee Walker

Vee Walker, award-winning author and heritage consultant, was inspired to write her prizewinning epic novel of WWI, Major Tom's War, by the unlikely yet true love story of her own grandparents.

Phillipe Deslippe

The Punjabi Sikh Presence in Early American Yoga. This talk tells the hidden history of the Punjbai Sikh presence in early American yoga through the stories of five Punjabi Sikh immigrants