Prof. Suchandra Ghosh of the department of History was invited to speak at the symposium Tree & Serpent: Early Buddhist Art in India and Its Global Reach, organized by the Metropolitan museum of Art, New York. (29th and 30th September)
Prof. Ghosh spoke on “Early Historic Andhra: Coast-Interior Association and the Buddhist Patronage Network.” Prof. Ghosh was also invited to Numata Centre for Buddhist Studies, UCL, Berkeley, to deliver a talk on “Connected Histories: Notes Towards an Understanding of Early India-South-East Asia Interactions” on the 25th of September.
On the 2nd of October, she was a part of the panel on the Buddhist Cosmopolis Workshop organized by New York University and the Centre for Global Studies, Shanghai.