KHAKI Talk 32: #KoliKulture - Mumbai’s Fisherfolk And Their History by Dr. Sanjay Ranade | Event in NA | Townscript
KHAKI Talk 32: #KoliKulture - Mumbai’s Fisherfolk And Their History by Dr. Sanjay Ranade | Event in NA | Townscript

KHAKI Talk 32: #KoliKulture - Mumbai’s Fisherfolk And Their History by Dr. Sanjay Ranade

Aug 08 | 07:00 PM (IST)
Online Event

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#KoliKulture - Mumbai’s Fisherfolk And Their History by Dr. Sanjay Ranade

Mumbai’s fisherfolk community is better known by the generic term ‘Koli’. The Kolis have been among the city’s first connections to the rest of the world - from Africa to Europe and Iran. The community’s movements along the western coast of India and their places of rest and habitation have provided valuable information on the movement of the sea waves, the migration of culture, the making and unmaking of faith, and a complex of social, political and economic narratives. In our Online Talk #KoliKulture, researcher and academic Dr. Sanjay Ranade talks about the syncretic behaviour of the community, their layered faith practices and religiosity, and their struggle for livelihood.

About the speaker:
Dr. Sanjay Ranade is an Associate Professor at the Department of Communication and Journalism at the University of Mumbai. From January 2010 to January 2013, he was Adjunct Research Fellow with Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He has been studying the Koli community in Mumbai since 2006, and continues to publish on the topic, even though the fellowship has ended.

Charges for participation Rs. 199/- (Use code "Discount" to avail 50% discount for students and senior citizens)
Date: 8th August 2020
Time: 7.00 pm
Duration: 1 hour + Q&A

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- Q&A will take place after the talk.
- All questions to be typed on chat.
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- Once you have sent your question, the speaker has the option to either answer your question live or by text.

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- You will waste time if you do not do this in advance of the online talk as we will start promptly at 7 pm IST. Since this is a paid online talk, we will not be able to make refunds due to system access (All details about system requirements for zoom can be found
- One ticket gives access to one person, please do not share the meeting link, ID and Password with other people. If an unregistered person is found attending the online talk, he/she will be removed from the online talk.
- Event starts at 7.00 pm IST sharp. Late entrants will not be admitted.

Terms and Conditions:
- Age limit: 12 and above.
- The right of admission is reserved with the organizer.
- Any inappropriate behavior by any of the participants shall lead to eviction from the event.
- The event organizer has the right to reschedule the event.
- The recording of this event may be posted online at a future date.


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