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South Asia Seminar

"Temporality and Difference in Pakistani Modernism"

March 12, 2009

A talk by Sean Pue, Assistant Professor of Hindi Language and South Asian Language and Culture, Michigan State University.

Sean Pue is Assistant Professor of Hindi Language and South Asian Language and Culture at Michigan State University. His research interests include Modernism in South Asian languages, politics of literary tradition, Indo-Persian, and digital humanities.

Cosponsored by the University of Chicago Center for International Studies, the South Asia Language & Area Center and Committee on Southern Asian Studies.