By Vishvesh Kandolkar The next exposition of St. Francis Xavier’s relics to be held in 2024 will mark 400 years since the transfer of the saint’s…
WHAT CAN GOA LEARN FROM THE EFFORTS OF INDIGENOUS FARMERS TO NURTURE AGRO-BIODIVERSITY IN LAOS? (S.E. Asia)
Drawing on the stories of farmers from northern Laos and the principles she observed in her interactions with them, the speaker will reflect on the relevance these principles may have for the current challenges we face in many parts of the world, including Goa. Through the course of her presentation, she will also reflect on her writing process and various choices she made in telling the story of indigenous farmers and their vision of the future.
Speaker: Dr. Rohit Phalgaonkar
Date: Thursday, 22nd October 2020
Time: 6:00 pm IST
Online platform: Zoom
Zoom meeting ID: 915 3545 5388
The conference witnessed 16 paper presentations by scholars from all over India and also from Nepal and Italy.
History Hour 87 – “Dr. Jose Pereira Condolence Meeting” Tributes paid by Dr. Maria Aurora Couto, Mr. Uday Bhembre, Fr. J. Loiola Pereira, Mr. Damodar Mauzo and Dr. Savia Viegas held on Thursday, 29th January 2015.
Xavier Centre of Historical Research is saddened by the news of the demise of Dr. Jose Pereira, a theologian, writer and artist of international renown….
History Hour 86 – “Higher Education and the role of the Church” by Dr. Newman Fernandes held on Monday, 5th January, 2015
Synopsis: Higher education is a vital ingredient in the developmental alchemy of a nation. The Church is actively involved in the field of education. This…