THE CSCS EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES PROGRAMME
The CSCS Educational Initiatives Programme is a multi-institutional collaboration, to make available to graduate and undergraduate faculty and students the work of research in the humanities and the social sciences.
The programme includes:
- The CSCS M.A. online Programme in Cultural Studies (in collaboration with the Kuvempu University)
- Certificate Course in Cultural Analysis (in collaboration with Christ College, Bangalore)
- Workshops with Undergraduate Faculty.
- Public events, including international conferences and workshops, lectures and screenings, in association with various departments of the Christ College.
- Library Fellowships
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EIP Courseware And Programme Scheduler
Includes the courses, teaching materials and software generated for the Centre's graduate and post-graduate programmes.
The Library Catalogue
The CSCS Library consists of over 10,000 records covering books, journals, magazines, manuscripts, pamphlets, reports, moving image material in VHS, VCD and DVD formats.
The Media & Culture Archive
The CSCS Media Archive is a multiple database compilation intended exclusively for purposes of study, research and review. Databases currently include Human Rights, New Media, Issues on Literature and Print, Television and Telecommunications, Media and Law, Indian Cinema. This service is intended for students and advanced researchers working on contemporary cultural practices in India.
Media Archive Dossiers
Introduction, Bibliography and E-links on major issues covered in the Media Archive (FORTHCOMING)
OCCASIONAL PAPERS, WEB PUBLICATIONS
Janaki Nair: Beladide Noda Bengaluru Nagara - An exhibition of photographs and maps, with text, From the project Worlding the City : The Futures of Bangalore - 2000
S.V. Srinivas: Hong Kong Action Film at the Frontiers of Cinema, a project that looks at the circulation of the Hong Kong action films in India to understand the social and political space occupied by the cinema in India.
The CSCS Web Journal (forthcoming)
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