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Visiting Fellows
CSCS provides affiliation to Indian and international researchers for varying periods of time. In addition CSCS also invites academics to interact with faculty and students and to present their work at the Centre.

Conferences and Workshops
List of conferences and workshops held at and conducted by CSCS in recent years.

Fellowships at CSCS
The CSCS Fellowships Programme began in 2002 to make its substantial library and faculty resources available to a range of researchers outside the institution.




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PhD. in Cultural Studies 2010
CSCS invites applications for the academic year beginning August 2010. For eligibility criteria and other details, see below. The CSCS Ph.D. is affiliated to Manipal University and Kuvempu University.

Undergraduate Courses Offered
CSCS conducts certificate and diploma courses for undergraduate students.

Post Graduate Diploma in Cultural Studies 2010
CSCS offers a one year (2 semester) Diploma in Cultural Studies alongside the Ph.D. programme. The Diploma is open to candidates from any discipline, preferably with a post-graduate degree.

Rethinking Media Laws
Certificate Course in Cultural Studies. The aim of this course is to think through the concepts of media and regulation, the different registers of media, the various objects of media that are regulated and the notions of authorship, text, textuality and interpretation that play an important role in regulating media. Regulation is a process. Various actors are involved in the process of regulation. One such actor is the state and the governments. Through this course, we will examine the role of the state and government in regulating the media. Between the two elements of media and regulation, we will introduce the space of the city as a site where media is regulated. We experience regulation everyday in the cities through prohibition on accessing pornography in cyber cafes, raids on street hawkers selling pirated movies and software, etc. The course will be conducted over 15 sessions and will include film screenings, a field trip and regular classes. Classes will be held every Saturday from 2-5 PM and one other day in the week at a mutually convenient day and time. Course materials will be put online. There will be some compulsory readings for each class and some recommended readings that students can read at their own pace and time. Students are expected to submit two assignments as part of the course for which they will be evaluated. Certificates will be awarded to the students at the end of the course. The course begins on Saturday, August 4 2007 from 2-5 PM at Christ College and will end by 29th September 2007.

The Global City: Mapping Bangalore
Course for students of the Eugene Lang College, New School, New York - June 16-July 12, 2008

Introduction to Cultural Studies

Academic resources

The Culture and Colonial Histories Projects
Rethinking Indian Intellectual Traditions (Coordinator: Dr. Vivek Dhareshwar), Modernity in Portuguese Colonialism (Coordinator: Dr. Rochelle Pinto), Drfining Indian Liberalism (Coordinator: Dr. Prasanta Chakravarty

DEVHAS Asia-Link Project
Coordinator: Vivek Dhareshwar

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