Markiert: India

„Global history challenges notions of cultures as homogeneous entities“ – Interview with Julia Hauser

Julia Hauser is an assistant professor of global history and the history of globalization processes at the University of Kassel since 2014. Her research interests include the history of cultural entanglements with...

Informal and Everyday Markets – Histories of Business and Entrepreneurship in India since the 19th Century

Conference Report by Christina Lubinski   The history of business in modern South Asia has traditionally focused on large-scale Indian firms and corporations in an attempt to study the contribution...

view of outer ring road, Bangalore (Photo: bharatte CC BY 2.0)

„The ‚Indian way‘ of doing business doesn’t exist“ – Interview with Christina Lubinski

In this Interview we are talking to Christina Lubinski, former research fellow of GHI Washington, about the international and interdisciplinary workshop on “Informal and Everyday Markets: Modern Histories of Indian Business and Entrepreneurship...