anyone interested in religions, India, diaspora, cultural transformations. 2nd Max Arthur Macauliffe Conference "EMERGING TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN SIKH & PUNJABI STUDIES" Venue: Western Gateway Building Lecture Theatre 1.07, UCC, Cork, this Saturday 22 March 10.00-18.00. Programme and abstracts at http://www.ucc.ie/en/religion/research/macauliffe2014/ If the link does not work google 'UCC sikh Macauliffe 2014' All welcome, for any part of the conference, which runs from 10am to 6pm. Free admittance, no registration necessary. Programme includes: Translating Sikhism Sikhism through the New Age prism: Yogi Bhajan’s spiritual discourse and its cultural context Jaspreet Kaur Translating the Sikh: An assessment of the works of Leyden, Trumpp and Macauliffe Gurinder S Mann Poetry and Performance Naqal – Performance & Community Manpreet Kaur The Poet and History: Harinder Singh Mahboob’s Sikh Historiography Prabhsharandeep Singh European Sikhs London Sikh Youth as British Citizenry: A Frontier of the Community’s Global Identity? Gorby Jandu Sikhs’ Religious Dress Codes in Italy Sabrina Pastorelli Iconic Forms Desecrating the Sikh body: Lala Munshi Ram and the Rahtia Sikh conversions of 1900 Prabhjap Singh Jutla Portraying the Divine: The Iconography of Sikh Gurus in Miniature and & Provincial Painting Jasleen Kandhari Panel Discussion chaired by Prof Christopher Shackle Details at: http://www.ucc.ie/en/religion/research/macauliffe2014/ Brian Bocking Professor of the Study of Religions Acting Head, School of Asian Studies University College Cork Cork, Ireland


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