Memorial Lecture

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Barun De - Career - Academic
... Government of India's Tagore National Fellow at the Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta ... He has delivered a number of chaired lectures ... Some of them are Devraj Chanana Memorial Lecture (Delhi) (1974), UGC National Lectures (Burdwan, North Bengal University, Siliguri, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi) (1979), D.D ...
Swapan Kumar Chakravorty
... of Calcutta and Universiti Malaya, and delivered the Strode Renaissance Lectures at the University of Alabama in 2003 ... delivered the Brajendranath Bandyopadhyay Memorial Lecture, Sunitikumar Chattopadhyay Memorial Lecture and Jitendranath Chakrabarti Memorial Lecture at ...
Noam Chomsky/to Do - Academic Achievements, Awards, and Honors
... In early 1969, he delivered the John Locke Lectures at Oxford University in January 1970, the Bertrand Russell Memorial Lecture at University of Cambridge in 1972 ...
Mushirul Hasan - Memorial Lectures
... Memorial lectures delivered by Hasan Moin Shakir Memorial Lecture Bhagat Singh Memorial Lecture Ved Pal Memorial Lecture Dr ... Zakir Husain Memorial Lecture SC Misra Memorial Lecture D.D ... Kosambi Lecturer Durgabai Deshmukh Lecture Ibn Sina Memorial Lecture (Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences) ...
Devaki Jain - United Nations and International Networking - Publications By Jain
... Lectures 1 ... or Reforming Reform – Nita Barrow Memorial Lecture, University of West Indies, Barbados, November 1999 3 ... Women Today and Tomorrow, Padmaja Naidu Memorial Lecture, Published by Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi, 1982 6 ...

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