U-PARL Workshop [18th Dec.]
Archiving of Asia in Asia
－ Collection, Preservation and Digitization of Rare Documents from the Colonial Period in Kolkata
This workshop invites Prof. Ferdinando Sardella from Stockholm University to hear about an archiving project he is undertaking in Kolkata. He is working with a team in Kolkata to develop an open access archives of rare documents dealing with religion in India, mainly from the colonial period. Through the lecture by Prof. Sardella and the discussion with the commentators, we would like to think about the present and the future of archiving as well as study of and in Asia.
[*Organized by U-PARL, with Support from the the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) (15K02055): “The Development of Modern Expression of Religiosity in India and its Significance.”]
Ferdinando Sardella (Stockholm University)
Kyosuke Adachi (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Takashi Miyamoto (the University of Tokyo)
Kana Tomizawa (U-PARL, the University of Tokyo)
DATE & TIME
18th Dec. 2015 （Fri） 16:50-19:15
Meeting Room 1 (308), 3F, Joint Use Building (high-floored prefabricated building), General Library (Hongo Campus), University of Tokyo
English (with no Japanese translation)
※Although the registration is closed, we still have seats left and those without reservations are also welcome.
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※PERIOD OF REGISTRATION 7th～17th Dec
Registration will close when we reach capacity. If there are any seats left, those without reservations may be accommodated.
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