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Behind the Indian Boom Launch
Friday 13 October 2017, 5-9pm.
Speakers: Professor Katy Gardner (Head of Department of Anthropology, LSE); Dr Alpa Shah (Anthropology, LSE and curator of exhibition), Simon Chambers (curator of exhibition), Dr Edward Simpson (Director of South Asia Institute, SOAS) and Professor Deborah Johnston (Pro-Director, SOAS)

Widening Participation event: 8 Year 12 students
Friday 13 October 2017
Brampton Manor Sixth Form, Anglo European School, The Bridge Academy, William Morris Sixth Form, City of London Academy Southwark, Highlands Secondary School, Wallington High School for Girls, Seven Kings High School

Bloomsbury Festival 2017
Wednesday 18th to Sunday 22nd October
The exhibition was part of the Bloomsbury Festival

Museum Mile Guided Tour
21st October 2017

Museum Mile Guided Tour
22nd October 2017

Guided visit by the East London Science School, year 7
27th October 2017

Brunei Gallery and SOAS South Asia Institute Talk in Behind the Indian Boom
Thursday 2 November 2017, 3-5pm
‘Facebook is great but India needs Voicebook more’
Speaker: Shubhranshu Chowdhury.
Chair: Dr Navtej Parewal.

Museum Mile Guided Tour
3rd November 2017

Widening Participation event: 24 Year 9&10 Students
6th November 2017
Addey and Stanhope School, Greig City Academy, Ark Burlington Danes Academy, London Nautical School

Widening Participation event: 34 Year 9&10 Students
7th November 2017
Sarah Bonnell School, Oaklands School, Loxford School, Maria Fidelis School

Widening Participation event: 179 Year 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 students
8th November 2017
Harris Academy St John’s Wood, Swakeleys School for Girls, Holloway School, Rushcroft Foundation School, The Maplesdon Noakes School, Gable Hall School, Oasis Academy Enfield, Rokeby School, Sarah Bonnell School, London Nautical School, Oaklands School, Enfield County School, Grieg City Academy, Hendon School, Hornsey Sixth Form College, King Soloman Academy, Kingsmead Secondary School, Pimlico Academy, Seven Kings High School, Six 21, St Augustines Cof E High School, St Philomena’s School, The City of London, Academy Sixth Form, The Compton School, The Grey Coat Hospital School

Widening Participation event: 40 Year 12 Students
10th November 2017
Central Foundation Girls School, City of London Academy – Southwark, City of London Academy – Islington, Dormers Wells High School, Enfield County High School, Morpeth School, Oaks Park Sixth Form, Park Academy West London, Pimlico Academy, Sacred Heart High School, St Augustines CofE High School, St Philomena’s School, Tiffin Girls School, Westminster Kingsway College, Woodford County High School

Private Viewing and Lecture for the Indian Diaspora
Monday 13 November 2017, 5-8pm
Behind: Behind the Indian Boom
Speakers: Dr Alpa Shah and Dr Jens Lerche

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres and 100 attendees
Thursday 16 November 2017, 4.30-5pm
Organised as part of the Secretary-General’s talk at SOAS

Goldsmiths Anthropology Society organized Private Viewing and Discussion for Students
Thursday 16 November 2017, 5.30-7.30pm
Speakers: Dr Alpa Shah, Dr Jens Lerche, Megnaa Mehtta and Itay Noy

Federation of Ambedkarite and Buddhist Organisations UK and Sri Guru Ravidass Sabha, Bedford organized Private Viewing and Discussion for Indian Diaspora
Saturday 18 November 2017, 6-8pm
Speakers: Dr Alpa Shah and Dr Jens Lerche

Brunei Gallery Walking Tour in Behind the Indian Boom
Monday 20 November 2017, 12.30-1.30pm
‘If trees could speak: Tales of epic struggles in the Dandakar Forest’
Speaker: Kerima Mohideen

LSE Department of Management Private Viewing and Discussion
Monday 20 November 2017, 3-5pm.
Speakers: Dr Alpa Shah and Dr Jens Lerche

House of Lords Event on ‘Behind the Indian Boom’ organized by the Chair and Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Dalits, Yasmin Qureshi MP and Lord Harries of Pentragarth
Tuesday 21 November 2017, 5.15-7.00pm.
Chair: Baroness Valerie Amos
Speakers: Dr Alpa Shah, Dr Jens Lerche, Simon Chambers
Moderator: Professor David Mosse

LSE International Inequalities Institute Viewing and Discussion
Tuesday 28 November 2017, 2-5pm.
Speakers: Dr Alpa Shah and Dr Jens Lerche

Brunei Gallery Talk in Behind the Indian Boom
Wednesday 29 November 2017, 3-5pm
‘Genocide and Violations of India’s Indigenous Communities? The Bust-side of India’s Boom’
Speakers: Felix Padel and Malvika Gupta

SOAS Student Nights at the Brunei
Thursday 30 November 2017, 5-7pm
Speaker: Jens Lerche

SOAS Ambassadors at Behind the Boom
Wednesday 6 December 12-1pm
Speaker: Jens Lerche

Widening Participation event: 25 Year 12 and 13 students
6th December 2017
St Paul’s Way School

Widening Participation event: 50 Year 12 and 13 students
8th December 2017
Anglo European School, Brampton Manor Academy, Ark Burlington Danes Academy, Chobham Academy, Dormers Wells High School, Eastbury Community School, Hammersmith Academy, Hampstead School, Harris Academy Bermondsey, Harris Westminster Sixth Form, Haverstock School, Heathcote School, Hendon School, Oasis Academy Hadley, Park Academy West London, Pimlico Academy, Sacred Heart Sixth Form (Southwark), Six 21, St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, The Greycoat Hospital School, The Urswick School Sixth Form, Walworth Academy, Westminster Kingsway College

‘Ground Down by Growth’ Book Launch
Saturday 9 December 2017, 6-8pm
Speakers: Dr Nate Roberts, Professor Virginius Xaxa, Dr Alpa Shah, Dr Jens Lerche, Dr Jayaseelan Raj and Dr Richard Axelby