Feminism, Nationalism in India Topic of Diane Weiss Lecture

Ania Loomba, Catherine Bryson Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, spoke on “Four Lives, feminism, nationalism and communism in India,” during the 23rd Annual Diane Weiss ’80 Memorial Lecture in the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life.

Photos of Loomba’s talk are below: (Photos by Stefan Weinberger ’10)

Ania Loomba, Catherine Bryson Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, spoked on "Four Lives, feminism, nationalism and communism in India," during the 23rd Annual Diane Weiss '80 Memorial Lecture in the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life.

Ania Loomba, Catherine Bryson Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, spoked on "Four Lives, feminism, nationalism and communism in India," during the 23rd Annual Diane Weiss '80 Memorial Lecture in the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life

Ania Loomba, Catherine Bryson Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, spoked on "Four Lives, feminism, nationalism and communism in India," during the 23rd Annual Diane Weiss '80 Memorial Lecture in the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life

Ania Loomba, Catherine Bryson Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, spoked on "Four Lives, feminism, nationalism and communism in India," during the 23rd Annual Diane Weiss '80 Memorial Lecture in the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life.

Ania Loomba, Catherine Bryson Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, spoked on "Four Lives, feminism, nationalism and communism in India," during the 23rd Annual Diane Weiss '80 Memorial Lecture in the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life.