Inter-area/Border Crossing

Organized Panel Session

Interactions Between India and China

Friday, July 6
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: Amaltas, Lower Ground Floor

This panel is not confined to one discipline but visits approaches and materials from history, politics, philosophy and cognitive science. While the history of interactions between China and India is a long one going back at least to the arrival of Buddhism in China, there is a lacuna in accounts of twentieth and twenty-first-century perceptions of each other, philosophical as well as cultural commonalities. Cross-border archival research too remains a huge challenge. Analyses of how these two powers co-relate in terms not only of their interactions and aspirations, their people’s conceptualizations but also of philosophical/political ideas found in their traditions is fundamental towards understanding the contours of dialogues, collaborations, and conflicts. This panel attempts to put together three papers that consider the histories, possibilities, and nature of interactions both between and beyond these two entities.

Prem Poddar

Roskilde University, Denmark

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Prem Poddar

Roskilde University, Denmark

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Prem Poddar

Roskilde University, Denmark

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Chris Sinha

Hunan University, China

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Shen Haimei

Yunnan Minzu University

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