Manipal Centre for Humanities' first national conference ‘Reflections on Politics and the Political’ was centered around Dr Prathama Banerjee's latest book, 'Elementary Aspects of the Political: Histories from the Global South'. The three-session conference had paper presentations from diverse scholars and a book discussion with the author, Dr Banerjee herself.
The Career Counselling Cell of Manipal Centre for Humanities organises a talk for students on how to pursue a PhD in Humanities abroad featuring MCH alum Rohini Shulka, a PhD student and scholar in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Columbia, New York.
The Manipal-Samvaad Centre for Indian Music hosts the first session of its monthly lecture series, Conversations in Musicology on ‘Textuality, Orality and Tradition in Hindustani Music’ featuring musicologists Dr Dard Neuman and Dr Max Katz.
The MCH Literary Club hosts an event in commemoration of its beloved literary journal, Chaicopy tracing its journey through the reflections and musings of Editors-in-Chief from 2017 to the present.
The Manipal Centre for Humanities hosts the launch of the book Culture, Context and Aging of Older Indians: Narratives from India and Beyond by Dr Jagriti Gangopadhyay.
The Career Counselling Cell organizes its second event of the semester, focusing on the potential of dissertations to go beyond their primary purpose.
The Career Counselling Cell organizes a talk with alumnus Utthana Bharighat on how to establish a career in the film industry.
The Centre for Women's Studies at MCH organizes a seminar on masculinities, bodies, and desire in India to look at the intersections of body, identity and culture.
The Career Counselling Cell's second session focuses on the National Eligibility Test for the students in their final year.