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In 2015, the History for Peace project was launched to bring about different approaches to the use of history teaching as a resource for reconciliation and thus for 'teaching history for peace' were discussed by eminent scholars and arts practitioners. Over the past two years the Seagulls Foundation for Arts, have continued our engagement with textbooks and their influence on young minds and other textual, visual and oral representations of the past that have gradually gained importance as source and evidence.

 
     
 

This year, as India completes her 70 years of Independence, the History for Peace Conference was organized in Vidyashilp Academy in collaboration with the Seagulls Foundation for Arts on 5th and 6th December, 2017. The Conference looked at India's engagement or its lack thereof with institutionalized, collective and individual histories that make up the 'Idea of India'. Amongst the many eminent scholars, arts practioners and respected intellectuals sharing their views on the subject with an audience of educators from across Bangalore city, were Ms. Geetha Narayanan, Prof Padma Sarangapani, Ms. Anam Zakaria from Pakistan (through Skype), Prof Manosh Chowdhury from Dacca, Ms. Arundhati Ghosh, Prof T. Sanathanan from Colombo, Mr. Abeer Gupta, Ms. Komita Danda, to name just a few.

 
   
     
     
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Ms. Geetha Narayanan   Ms. Arundhati Ghosh   Prof. Padma Sarangapani
         
The Idea of India Conference   The Idea of India Conference   Culture and School
 
     
 
         
Mr. T. Sanathanan    
         
How To Draw Histories? Art as Method    
 
     
   
     
 
 
     
 
     
 
     
 
     
 
     
 
 
     
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