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First Ahmed Ali Memorial Lecture on "Negotiating India and Islam: The Modernity of Ahmed Ali" Organised by: Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

epartment of English
Jamia Millia Islamia
New Delhi
 
invites you to the
 
First Ahmed Ali Memorial Lecture
on
"Negotiating India and Islam: The Modernity of Ahmed Ali"
 
Department of English, University of Aarhus, Denmark
 
 
Keki N. Daruwalla
eminent poet and short story writer will preside
 
Monday, 25th February, 2008 at 11.00 a.m.
Venue: Edward Said Hall
 
 
Professor M. Asaduddin
Head, Department of English
26981717 Ext. 2952 & 2950
 
 
Ahmed Ali (1910-1994), novelist, poet, playwright, translator and literary critic, was born in Delhi, and educated at Aligarh Muslim University and Lucknow University. He was in China as a British Council Visiting Professor in 1947; after the Partition, he moved to Karachi and joined the Pakistan Foreign Service. His most famous work is his first novel, Twilight in Delhi (1940); he wrote two more novels, Ocean of Night (1964) and Of Rats and Diplomats (1984). Ahmed Ali was one of the founders of the Progressive Writers’ Movement in the nineteen-thirties. He contributed to Aangarey (1933), a collection of short stories that caused an uproar. He was a bilingual writer, who wrote most of his short stories in Urdu and his plays, poems and novels in English. Short story collections include Sholay (1936), Hamari Gali (1942, Qaid Khana (1944), and Maut Se Pahle (1945). As a translator, his most important work is Al-Qur’an: A Contemporary Translation (1984).
 
Tabish Khair, poet, novelist and literary critic, is Associate Professor at the Department of English at Aarhus University, Denmark. He worked as a journalist for the The Times of India till he went abroad and obtained his Ph.D. from Copenhagen University in 2000. He is the author of four collections of poems, and a book of literary criticism, Babu Fictions: Alienation in Contemporary Indian English Novels (OUP, 2001). His third novel, Filming: A Love Story was published by Picador in 2007.