Voorgaande VVIK evenementen

 

 

2018

VVIK lezing door prof. dr. Marijke Klokke en Mathilde Mechling

Titel: ‘Technical research on bronze images from Indonesia’

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Anna Ślączka

Titel: ‘How to make a ‘Cōḻa bronze’? Theory and practice of bronze casting in South India and the Rijksmuseum research on Asian bronzes’

 

2017

 

VVIK lezing door dr. James Mallinson

Titel: ‘Textual and Material Evidence for Links between Vajrayāna and Nāth Yogis in Western India in the 11th to 15th centuries’

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Charlotte Schmid

Titel: ‘Kṛṣṇa, the butter-thief from North to South, Back and Forth’

 

Leiden Indian Philosophy Symposium

LIPS 2017: Tradition and Innovation in Indian Philosophy

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Alessandro Battistini

Titel: ‘Flowers, daggers, and bitten lips: citrakāvya in Sanskrit literature’

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Somdev Vasudeva
Titel: ‘Śobhākareśvara on Metaphor without Similarity’

 

2016

VVIK lezing door dr. Michael Willis

Titel: ‘The Indian Temple: Production, Place and Patronage’

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Elizabeth A. Cecil

Titel: ‘Kāman, Kāmyaka & Kāmyakeśvara: Material Religion in Early Medieval Rajasthan (8th—10th century CE)’

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Nachiket Chanchani

Titel: ‘The Emergence of the Himalayas as a Sacred Landscape’

 

Jaarvergadering 2016

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Lidia Szczepanik-Wojtczak

Titel: ‘Kāvyapuruṣa: Sanskrit poetry’s primordial man and the creation of the kāvya cosmos’

 

2015

VVIK lezing door dr. Daniela de Simone

Titel: ‘Pāṭaliputra: New Research into the Capital of the Mauryan Empire’

 

Filmvertoning ‘Sacrifice of Serpents’

 

Jaarvergadering 2015

 

VVIK lezing door prof. dr. Peter C. Bisschop

Titel: ‘Iconography of the Gods in the Śivadharma

 

Boeklancering ‘Mijn reis in India, De dagboeken en foto’s van Jan Kornelis de Cock in India en Sri Lanka, 1909-1910’ van Alied de Cock

 

VVIK lezing door dr. Wu Juan

Titel: ‘Violence, Virtue and Spiritual Liberation: A Preliminary Study of Buddhist and Jaina Stories of Future Rebirths of Śreṇika Bimbisāra and Kūṇika Ajātaśatru’