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6981
Night School on Planetary Web -1
Thu Jul 9, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE EVENT.

The event will be conducted at  www.lamakaan.com

If you are feeling bored and exhausted after binge-watching scores of videos and films on YouTube and other OTT platforms, then here's is an interesting event to indulge in. Lamakaan invites you to its much talked about Night School.

Night School is a concept developed by Lamakaan right from its inception to offer the audience an in-depth understanding of the issues. It has organized several Night schools on Caste in India, Marxist Ideology, Urdu Poetry, Feminism, etc.

Now it brings a 3-day Night School on The Planetary Web of Life facilitated by Dr. Radha Gopalan as part of the Lamakaan's ECOLOGY IN COVID TIMES Series.

About the Planetary Web of Life Night School:

The Planetary Web of Life
Dr. Radha Gopalan

The modern human appears to be on a constant treadmill of seeking 'solutions' to 'problems': air pollution, ozone layer depletion, climate change, new and emerging diseases, malnutrition, obesity, food scarcity and so on. Armed with innovation, creativity and technology there is a sense of invincibility as we react, fire-fight and 'conquer' one problem only to be confronted with another. Doesn't it seem like there should be a smarter and more balanced way to live rather than constantly 'battle' or 'fight' in response to any challenge? Are there discrete 'solutions' to these 'problems'; are these 'problems' distinct from one another? For instance, can climate change be categorized as an ecological or a social or an economic problem? What about COVID-19: is it a public health issue, does it have any relationship to the way we produce food? What if we were to think in terms of responses to changing situations rather than 'solutions' to 'problems'? One way to do this might be to view planetary life as a network of interwoven and interlinked relationships, rather like a socio-ecological web. In this 3 – part night school we will collectively explore some of these questions.

Part 1: Web of Life – A Systems View
Part 2: Our Food Web
Part 3: Building Resilience

The three lectures will begin with suggesting a systems framework and move us through a concrete discussion of Food Systems to finally learning from experiences of various communities and societies to see if we can find ways of building resilience in the face of uncertainty.


ALL ARE WELCOME!!!




6982
Night School on Planetary Web -2
Fri Jul 10, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE EVENT.

The event will be conducted at  www.lamakaan.com

If you are feeling bored and exhausted after binge-watching scores of videos and films on YouTube and other OTT platforms, then here's is an interesting event to indulge in. Lamakaan invites you to its much talked about Night School.

Night School is a concept developed by Lamakaan right from its inception to offer the audience an in-depth understanding of the issues. It has organized several Night schools on Caste in India, Marxist Ideology, Urdu Poetry, Feminism, etc.

Now it brings a 3-day Night School on The Planetary Web of Life facilitated by Dr. Radha Gopalan as part of the Lamakaan's ECOLOGY IN COVID TIMES Series.

About the Planetary Web of Life Night School:

The Planetary Web of Life
Dr. Radha Gopalan

The modern human appears to be on a constant treadmill of seeking 'solutions' to 'problems': air pollution, ozone layer depletion, climate change, new and emerging diseases, malnutrition, obesity, food scarcity and so on. Armed with innovation, creativity and technology there is a sense of invincibility as we react, fire-fight and 'conquer' one problem only to be confronted with another. Doesn't it seem like there should be a smarter and more balanced way to live rather than constantly 'battle' or 'fight' in response to any challenge? Are there discrete 'solutions' to these 'problems'; are these 'problems' distinct from one another? For instance, can climate change be categorized as an ecological or a social or an economic problem? What about COVID-19: is it a public health issue, does it have any relationship to the way we produce food? What if we were to think in terms of responses to changing situations rather than 'solutions' to 'problems'? One way to do this might be to view planetary life as a network of interwoven and interlinked relationships, rather like a socio-ecological web. In this 3 – part night school we will collectively explore some of these questions.

Part 1: Web of Life – A Systems View
Part 2: Our Food Web
Part 3: Building Resilience

The three lectures will begin with suggesting a systems framework and move us through a concrete discussion of Food Systems to finally learning from experiences of various communities and societies to see if we can find ways of building resilience in the face of uncertainty.


ALL ARE WELCOME!!!




6983
Night School on Planetary Web -3
Sat Jul 11, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE EVENT.

The event will be conducted at  www.lamakaan.com

If you are feeling bored and exhausted after binge-watching scores of videos and films on YouTube and other OTT platforms, then here's is an interesting event to indulge in. Lamakaan invites you to its much talked about Night School.

Night School is a concept developed by Lamakaan right from its inception to offer the audience an in-depth understanding of the issues. It has organized several Night schools on Caste in India, Marxist Ideology, Urdu Poetry, Feminism, etc.

Now it brings a 3-day Night School on The Planetary Web of Life facilitated by Dr. Radha Gopalan as part of the Lamakaan's ECOLOGY IN COVID TIMES Series.

About the Planetary Web of Life Night School:

The Planetary Web of Life
Dr. Radha Gopalan

The modern human appears to be on a constant treadmill of seeking 'solutions' to 'problems': air pollution, ozone layer depletion, climate change, new and emerging diseases, malnutrition, obesity, food scarcity and so on. Armed with innovation, creativity and technology there is a sense of invincibility as we react, fire-fight and 'conquer' one problem only to be confronted with another. Doesn't it seem like there should be a smarter and more balanced way to live rather than constantly 'battle' or 'fight' in response to any challenge? Are there discrete 'solutions' to these 'problems'; are these 'problems' distinct from one another? For instance, can climate change be categorized as an ecological or a social or an economic problem? What about COVID-19: is it a public health issue, does it have any relationship to the way we produce food? What if we were to think in terms of responses to changing situations rather than 'solutions' to 'problems'? One way to do this might be to view planetary life as a network of interwoven and interlinked relationships, rather like a socio-ecological web. In this 3 – part night school we will collectively explore some of these questions.

Part 1: Web of Life – A Systems View
Part 2: Our Food Web
Part 3: Building Resilience

The three lectures will begin with suggesting a systems framework and move us through a concrete discussion of Food Systems to finally learning from experiences of various communities and societies to see if we can find ways of building resilience in the face of uncertainty.


ALL ARE WELCOME!!!




6991
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Jul 14, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.


14 July, 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6989
Urdu Learning for Beginners
Tue Jul 21, 10:30 AM
S Hyder Academy
Complete Urdu Learning Course for Beginners (ONLINE)

Duration: 3 Months.
Eligibility: Must know to speak/understand Hindi.
Course fee: INR 5000 (one-time) or INR 2000 (Monthly).

To register or for more information, please visit: www.shyderacademy.com

Or email your name and WhatsApp no to shyderacademy@gmail.com
Ph: 7019088214


तीन महीने में उर्दू भाषा सीखने का कोर्स।

कोर्स अवधि: 3 महीने
योग्यता: हिंदी बोलना / समझना आवश्यक है।
कोर्स की फीस: 5000 रुपये (एक बार) या 2000 रुपये (मासिक)।

पंजीकरण के लिए या अधिक जानकारी के लिए, कृपया देखें: www.shyderacademy.com

या अपना नाम और व्हाट्सएप नम्बर: shyderacademy@gmail.com पर ईमेल करें Ph: 7019088214

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6992
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Jul 21, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.


21 July 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6993
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Jul 28, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.


28 July 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6996
In Memory of Usaa
Sun Aug 2, 6:00 PM
DesiDisa and Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.
Use the link to join: https://meet.google.com/kmn-oqgg-jof

Prominent Bahujan visionary and anti-caste activist, U Sambasiva Rao, also known as Usaa died due to the novel coronavirus on 25th July 2020.

Usaa devoted all his life to the dedication, commitment, and upliftment of Dalit Bahujans. He led Dalit struggles like Dalit Maha Saba (a movement formed in the aftermath of Karamchedu massacre), Madiga Dandora movement (a demand to categorize Scheduled Caste), and Rohith Vemula movement.

The 70-year-old activist survived by his only daughter.

The following speakers will speak:
Prof. Kancha Illaiah Shephard
Prof. Srinivasulu
Prof. KY Ratnam
Prof. Padmaja Shaw
Dr. Katti Padma Rao
Khalida Parveen, Social Activist

Moderator: Sujatha Surepally

All are welcome!


6997
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Aug 4, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.

4th August 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6995
Joy of Discovery in Research
Fri Aug 7, 5:00 PM
Priya Hasan
Modern research is a complex activity that calls for a wide knowledge, training and also team work. In this talk, we will use some anecdotes from history of science and come to the modern age and discuss recent important discoveries such as the discovery of the Higgs at the LHC and that of gravitational waves at the LIGO collaboration as examples not necessarily in this order. We will also discuss some examples from mathematics and computer science. We will also discuss some contributions of underrepresented scientists. The talk will also highlight the nature of the calling of a professional researcher, and will be open to discussion from students at the end of the talk.
Speaker: Prof. B. Ananthanarayan
Centre of High Energy Physics
Indian Institute of Science

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Krishnarang
Sat Feb 24, 6:00 PM
Asmita Kale
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6981
Night School on Planetary Web -1
Thu Jul 9, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE EVENT.

The event will be conducted at  www.lamakaan.com

If you are feeling bored and exhausted after binge-watching scores of videos and films on YouTube and other OTT platforms, then here's is an interesting event to indulge in. Lamakaan invites you to its much talked about Night School.

Night School is a concept developed by Lamakaan right from its inception to offer the audience an in-depth understanding of the issues. It has organized several Night schools on Caste in India, Marxist Ideology, Urdu Poetry, Feminism, etc.

Now it brings a 3-day Night School on The Planetary Web of Life facilitated by Dr. Radha Gopalan as part of the Lamakaan's ECOLOGY IN COVID TIMES Series.

About the Planetary Web of Life Night School:

The Planetary Web of Life
Dr. Radha Gopalan

The modern human appears to be on a constant treadmill of seeking 'solutions' to 'problems': air pollution, ozone layer depletion, climate change, new and emerging diseases, malnutrition, obesity, food scarcity and so on. Armed with innovation, creativity and technology there is a sense of invincibility as we react, fire-fight and 'conquer' one problem only to be confronted with another. Doesn't it seem like there should be a smarter and more balanced way to live rather than constantly 'battle' or 'fight' in response to any challenge? Are there discrete 'solutions' to these 'problems'; are these 'problems' distinct from one another? For instance, can climate change be categorized as an ecological or a social or an economic problem? What about COVID-19: is it a public health issue, does it have any relationship to the way we produce food? What if we were to think in terms of responses to changing situations rather than 'solutions' to 'problems'? One way to do this might be to view planetary life as a network of interwoven and interlinked relationships, rather like a socio-ecological web. In this 3 – part night school we will collectively explore some of these questions.

Part 1: Web of Life – A Systems View
Part 2: Our Food Web
Part 3: Building Resilience

The three lectures will begin with suggesting a systems framework and move us through a concrete discussion of Food Systems to finally learning from experiences of various communities and societies to see if we can find ways of building resilience in the face of uncertainty.


ALL ARE WELCOME!!!




6982
Night School on Planetary Web -2
Fri Jul 10, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE EVENT.

The event will be conducted at  www.lamakaan.com

If you are feeling bored and exhausted after binge-watching scores of videos and films on YouTube and other OTT platforms, then here's is an interesting event to indulge in. Lamakaan invites you to its much talked about Night School.

Night School is a concept developed by Lamakaan right from its inception to offer the audience an in-depth understanding of the issues. It has organized several Night schools on Caste in India, Marxist Ideology, Urdu Poetry, Feminism, etc.

Now it brings a 3-day Night School on The Planetary Web of Life facilitated by Dr. Radha Gopalan as part of the Lamakaan's ECOLOGY IN COVID TIMES Series.

About the Planetary Web of Life Night School:

The Planetary Web of Life
Dr. Radha Gopalan

The modern human appears to be on a constant treadmill of seeking 'solutions' to 'problems': air pollution, ozone layer depletion, climate change, new and emerging diseases, malnutrition, obesity, food scarcity and so on. Armed with innovation, creativity and technology there is a sense of invincibility as we react, fire-fight and 'conquer' one problem only to be confronted with another. Doesn't it seem like there should be a smarter and more balanced way to live rather than constantly 'battle' or 'fight' in response to any challenge? Are there discrete 'solutions' to these 'problems'; are these 'problems' distinct from one another? For instance, can climate change be categorized as an ecological or a social or an economic problem? What about COVID-19: is it a public health issue, does it have any relationship to the way we produce food? What if we were to think in terms of responses to changing situations rather than 'solutions' to 'problems'? One way to do this might be to view planetary life as a network of interwoven and interlinked relationships, rather like a socio-ecological web. In this 3 – part night school we will collectively explore some of these questions.

Part 1: Web of Life – A Systems View
Part 2: Our Food Web
Part 3: Building Resilience

The three lectures will begin with suggesting a systems framework and move us through a concrete discussion of Food Systems to finally learning from experiences of various communities and societies to see if we can find ways of building resilience in the face of uncertainty.


ALL ARE WELCOME!!!




6983
Night School on Planetary Web -3
Sat Jul 11, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE EVENT.

The event will be conducted at  www.lamakaan.com

If you are feeling bored and exhausted after binge-watching scores of videos and films on YouTube and other OTT platforms, then here's is an interesting event to indulge in. Lamakaan invites you to its much talked about Night School.

Night School is a concept developed by Lamakaan right from its inception to offer the audience an in-depth understanding of the issues. It has organized several Night schools on Caste in India, Marxist Ideology, Urdu Poetry, Feminism, etc.

Now it brings a 3-day Night School on The Planetary Web of Life facilitated by Dr. Radha Gopalan as part of the Lamakaan's ECOLOGY IN COVID TIMES Series.

About the Planetary Web of Life Night School:

The Planetary Web of Life
Dr. Radha Gopalan

The modern human appears to be on a constant treadmill of seeking 'solutions' to 'problems': air pollution, ozone layer depletion, climate change, new and emerging diseases, malnutrition, obesity, food scarcity and so on. Armed with innovation, creativity and technology there is a sense of invincibility as we react, fire-fight and 'conquer' one problem only to be confronted with another. Doesn't it seem like there should be a smarter and more balanced way to live rather than constantly 'battle' or 'fight' in response to any challenge? Are there discrete 'solutions' to these 'problems'; are these 'problems' distinct from one another? For instance, can climate change be categorized as an ecological or a social or an economic problem? What about COVID-19: is it a public health issue, does it have any relationship to the way we produce food? What if we were to think in terms of responses to changing situations rather than 'solutions' to 'problems'? One way to do this might be to view planetary life as a network of interwoven and interlinked relationships, rather like a socio-ecological web. In this 3 – part night school we will collectively explore some of these questions.

Part 1: Web of Life – A Systems View
Part 2: Our Food Web
Part 3: Building Resilience

The three lectures will begin with suggesting a systems framework and move us through a concrete discussion of Food Systems to finally learning from experiences of various communities and societies to see if we can find ways of building resilience in the face of uncertainty.


ALL ARE WELCOME!!!




6991
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Jul 14, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.


14 July, 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6989
Urdu Learning for Beginners
Tue Jul 21, 10:30 AM
S Hyder Academy
Complete Urdu Learning Course for Beginners (ONLINE)

Duration: 3 Months.
Eligibility: Must know to speak/understand Hindi.
Course fee: INR 5000 (one-time) or INR 2000 (Monthly).

To register or for more information, please visit: www.shyderacademy.com

Or email your name and WhatsApp no to shyderacademy@gmail.com
Ph: 7019088214


तीन महीने में उर्दू भाषा सीखने का कोर्स।

कोर्स अवधि: 3 महीने
योग्यता: हिंदी बोलना / समझना आवश्यक है।
कोर्स की फीस: 5000 रुपये (एक बार) या 2000 रुपये (मासिक)।

पंजीकरण के लिए या अधिक जानकारी के लिए, कृपया देखें: www.shyderacademy.com

या अपना नाम और व्हाट्सएप नम्बर: shyderacademy@gmail.com पर ईमेल करें Ph: 7019088214

धन्यवाद
6992
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Jul 21, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.


21 July 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6993
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Jul 28, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.


28 July 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6996
In Memory of Usaa
Sun Aug 2, 6:00 PM
DesiDisa and Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.
Use the link to join: https://meet.google.com/kmn-oqgg-jof

Prominent Bahujan visionary and anti-caste activist, U Sambasiva Rao, also known as Usaa died due to the novel coronavirus on 25th July 2020.

Usaa devoted all his life to the dedication, commitment, and upliftment of Dalit Bahujans. He led Dalit struggles like Dalit Maha Saba (a movement formed in the aftermath of Karamchedu massacre), Madiga Dandora movement (a demand to categorize Scheduled Caste), and Rohith Vemula movement.

The 70-year-old activist survived by his only daughter.

The following speakers will speak:
Prof. Kancha Illaiah Shephard
Prof. Srinivasulu
Prof. KY Ratnam
Prof. Padmaja Shaw
Dr. Katti Padma Rao
Khalida Parveen, Social Activist

Moderator: Sujatha Surepally

All are welcome!


6997
Bazm e Sukhan Urdu Meet Up
Tue Aug 4, 9:00 PM
Lamakaan
This is an ONLINE event.

Join us through the link.

4th August 2020 10 PM IST, 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Tuesday at 10 pm on Lamakaan online platform and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer, or a particular aspect of the form, structure, or grammar of Urdu writing.

All are welcome!
6995
Joy of Discovery in Research
Fri Aug 7, 5:00 PM
Priya Hasan
Modern research is a complex activity that calls for a wide knowledge, training and also team work. In this talk, we will use some anecdotes from history of science and come to the modern age and discuss recent important discoveries such as the discovery of the Higgs at the LHC and that of gravitational waves at the LIGO collaboration as examples not necessarily in this order. We will also discuss some examples from mathematics and computer science. We will also discuss some contributions of underrepresented scientists. The talk will also highlight the nature of the calling of a professional researcher, and will be open to discussion from students at the end of the talk.
Speaker: Prof. B. Ananthanarayan
Centre of High Energy Physics
Indian Institute of Science

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