1000 Places in 1 World – Women’s Cultural Heritage from India

2024, February 6 at 4 pm (CET/IST 8.30 in person and in Zoom): 

Watch the recording of the talk here.

Women’s Cultural Heritage from India presented by Dr Priyanka Jha, Banaras Hindu University, India.
Including presentations by  
Dr Arti Minocha, University of Delhi on Imagining Communities: The Travel Writings of Hardevi of Lahore
Dr Namrata Chaturvedi, University of Delhi on ‘The Philosophy of Devotion in the Writing of Sant Dayabai’
Dr Sanchayita Paul, Dr. Meghnad Saha College Itahar, West Bengal on Kailashbasini Devi and the Woman Intellectual in Colonial Bengal







A 1000 Places in 1 World – online seminar.  An intercontinental New Voices seminar. Hosted by the Centre for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists, directed by Ruth Edith Hagengruber

Contemporary cultural criticism focuses on issues of race and class. The systematic and global oppression of women and the almost global totalitarian erasure of their cultural and intellectual heritage are virtually absent from these debates. 1000 Places in 1 World is a collaboration of intercultural and intercontinental partners. Its aim is to revive, interpret and preserve the cultural and intellectual heritage of women.

This online seminar, dedicated to 1000 Places in 1 World, is a collaboration with colleagues from universities around the world, including contributions from the Philippines, Brazil, Mexico, India and Tanzania. The seminar brings to life the research and dissemination of the ideas of women philosophers across the centuries and from different parts of the world.

The Women’s Cultural Heritage Seminar from India takes place on Tuesday, 6 February,  2024 at 16.00 CET/IST 8.30 in Zoom. If you want to join us online,


just write an email to contact@historyofwomenphilosophers.org with the keyword: 1000 Places in 1 World in the subject line.

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