A talk by Smriti Pant at the Imperial and World History Seminar Colonial/Postcolonial New Researchers’ Workshop on 22nd January 2018

The Making of Imperial New Delhi or: How I learnt to understand the Politics behind Colonial Architecture and Urbanism

In her paper presentation at the Institute of Historical Research London, the DFG Research Training Group doctoral student will discuss the manner in which adopting a multi-disciplinary research methodology in her dissertation has contributed significantly to a critical reinterpretation of the history and historiography of architecture and urban planning of ‘Lutyens’ Delhi’.

Running from Autumn 2017 to Spring 2018, the workshop comprises a series of talks by Early Career Researchers addressing methodological, interdisciplinary and theoretical challenges associated with research on colonial and postcolonial history.

Smriti Pant’s lecture and subsequent discussion will be held on 22.01.2018 from 17:15 to 19:15 in the Pollard Seminar Room, Institute of Historical Research (N301, 3rd floor, North Block, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU).
Further information on the workshop is available at the website of the Institute of Historical Research London.


Smriti Pant
Architectural Conservation
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