Friday, April 5
Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall, 120 High Street

1 p.m. Goa Between Cultures
Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, Coordinator

K. David Jackson, “Introduction: Goa between Cultures”
Filipa Vicente, “Circulating Knowledge, Objects, and Images: Displays of Colonial Goa in Indian and European Exhibitions (1860-1950)”
Cristiana Bastos, “Between Predicaments: Goan Physicians, Portuguese Rules, and African Places”

Discussant: Bob Newman

3 p.m. Goan Diaspora

André de Quadros, “Minority and Exclusion: A Personal Narrative and Genre Sketch from a Bombay Goan”
Rochelle Almeida, “Imaginary Goanlands: Major Immigrant Writers in the Diaspora”

Discussant: Bob Newman


5:30 p.m. From Rome to Goa: Music of Giacomo Carissimi (1605-1674) and Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger (1580-1651)
Concert at Dwight Chapel, Old Campus
Victor Coelho, theorbo and Robert Crowe, male soprano


7:30 p.m. Poynter Lecture
Luce Hall Common Room, 34 Hillhouse Avenue

Ashley D’Mello, Portuguese Colonial History and Contemporary Goan Elections: Impact of the Catholic Church on the Electorate”


goaSaturday, April 6
Romance Languages Lounge, 82-90 Wall Street, 3rd floor

9:30 a.m. Goan Arts, Religion, Diaspora
Margaret Mascarenhas, Coordinator

Neeta Omprakash, “Diversity of Goan Art in the Post-colonial Period”
Victor Coelho, “Goa in Musicology: A Colonial and Postcolonial Inquiry”
Johns Webb Graham III, “Pepper, Padroado, and Prester John: Portuguese-St. Thomas Christian Relations and the Creation of an Imperial Saint, 1500-1653”
Konrad Coutinho (Yale ’13), “The Goan Diaspora”

1:30 p.m. The Goan Novel
Filipa Vicente, Coordinator

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro; Margaret Mascarenhas; Tara Menon

Discussants: António Gomes, Gita Rajan

4 p.m. Goa Between Cultures Summation
Bob Newman, Coordinator

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