National Seminar

The Psychology Department is proud to present its first-ever National Seminar on the theme, ‘Psychology at the Edges’, a two- day academic meet, multi-dimensional in its focus to address issues and concerns that usually tend to remain at the margins in most mainstream discussions on psychological topics. The seminar shall be an academically rigorous attempt to build bridges between Psychology and other social sciences like political science, history, sociology and anthropology over issues like modernity, identity, human rights, gender and sexuality, conflict, violence and the nation-state.

Schedule of Events
Day 1: Friday, the 23rd of January, 2015
08:15 – Registration begins
09:00 – Registration closes
09:15 – Opening Address
09:45 – Keynote Address by Dr. Ashis Nandy
11:15 – Tea
12:00 – Panel Discussion: Piece of Land vs. Peace of Land: A conversation on Conflict Resolution
13:30 – Lunch
14:30 – National Paper Presentation Competition

Day 2: Saturday, the 24th of January, 2015
08:15 – Registration begins
09:00 – Registration closes
09:30 – Keynote Address by Dr. Honey Oberoi Vahali
11:00 – Tea
11:45 – Panel discussion: Interrupting Heteronormativity: From Thinking Straight to Thinking Bent
13:15 – Lunch
14:15 – Workshop

Click here to view the concept note and schedule of events

Register below, only 50 seats left!

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