About the Institute

The Ireland India Institute, at Dublin City University, promotes collaborative and original research on contemporary India.

Drawing on the cultural, historical and political affinities between India and Ireland, the Institute supports a variety of events and an international network of scholars and practitioners.

CONFERENCE UPDATE:

The Ireland India Institute is pleased to announce that its annual conference will be held 28-30 April 2021. It will be an online event.

Last year’s accepted papers presenters are currently being contacted. The Ireland India Institute will then decide whether or no to add a Call for Papers. This will be announced later on.

Any queries must be directed toΒ india@dcu.ie. We will try to answer those queries within a reasonable time. Any apologies for potential delays.

Poster for Conference 28-30 April 2021

South Asian Studies Conference

Seminars & Lectures

Irish Association of South Asian Studies

Cultural Events

Research Overview

The Ireland India Institute supports the study of contemporary India across a wide range of disciplines in the social sciences and the humanities.
Cover of Tapasya Narang's work on RTE Brainstorm website with a portrait of a woman

RTE Brainstorm: What do poets have to say about isolation and quarantine?

Poster webinar Friday 5 2021

Webinar on Agricultural Reforms, a view from India and Europe, Friday 5 2021

Poster for Conference 28-30 April 2021

Annual Ireland India Institute Conference: Save the dates

Online talk by Dr. Arparajita Dey-Plissoneau, Saturday 19 December at 1.30pm (Dublin time)

Global India

Global India is European TrainingΒ Network, funded by the European Union. The Ireland India Institute is managing the project.

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