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Nalini Ghuman

Associate Professor of Music

Mills College

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Mills College

5000 MacArthur Blvd.

Oakland, California,94613

United States

Company Description

Located in Oakland, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a nationally renowned independent liberal arts college for women with graduate programs for women and men. Ranked one of the top-tier regional universities in the West...more

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SACHI | Archive Events | Sachi

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Nalini Ghuman is Associate Professor of Music and an Asian Studies scholar at Mills College.
She recently inaugurated a special one of a kind course on the music of India. An authority on British music and imperialism during the Raj, Dr. Ghuman publishes and presents her research internationally, including programs on BBC Radio and essays for Western Music and Race (Cambridge University Press, 2007) and for Elgar and His World (Princeton University Press, 2007). Her most recent book is titled, Resonances of the Raj: India in the English Musical Imagination, 1897-1947. Dr. Ghuman graduated from Oxford University and King's College, London, completing her PhD at University of California, Berkeley in musicology and ethnomusicology.


9/25/2007 Newsletter - Communities United Against Police Brutality

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Nalini Ghuman, a British-born citizen and music professor at Mills College in California was met on her return from a trip to England by armed guards at the airplane door and escorted away.
A Gestapo goon squad tore up her US visa, defaced her British passport, body searched her, and told her she could leave immediately for England or be sent to a detention center. Professor Ghuman, an Oxford University graduate with a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley, says she feels like the character in Kafka's book, The Trial.


SACHI | Archive Events | Sachi

sachi.org [cached]

Nalini Ghuman is Associate Professor of Music and an Asian Studies scholar at Mills College.
She recently inaugurated a special one of a kind course on the music of India. An authority on British music and imperialism during the Raj, Dr. Ghuman publishes and presents her research internationally, including programs on BBC Radio and essays for Western Music and Race (Cambridge University Press, 2007) and for Elgar and His World (Princeton University Press, 2007). Her most recent book is titled, Resonances of the Raj: India in the English Musical Imagination, 1897-1947. Dr. Ghuman graduated from Oxford University and King's College, London, completing her PhD at University of California, Berkeley in musicology and ethnomusicology.


Annual International Conference on Forensic Science – Criminalistics Research FSCR

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Dr. Nalini Ghuman
Associate Professor, Music Asian Studies Mills College, USA


www.asianart.org

Both films introduced by Mills College Professor Nalini Ghuman.
A talk with Ghuman follows the 2:30 pm screening.


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