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Features Archive 2011/2012


Students Pursue Summers of Language and Learning

Law Panels Examine Constitutionalism in South Asia

A Biography of the Brahmaputra: Arupjyoti Saikia Discusses the Life of a River

Modern South Asia Workshop Highlights Innovative Research by Junior Scholars

Yale and Urban India – A growing connection through the Yale India Initiative

Researching Buddhism on the Border of Tibet and Nepal

Democracy in Pakistan

Amitav Ghosh Visit Signals Momentum for India and the Arts at Yale

Srinath Raghavan Speaks of the Emergence of Bangladesh

Ghazala Shahabuddin speaks about Science, Society and the Future of India’s Wildlife

Tanika Sarkar Speaks on Dirty Work and Labor Activism in Late Colonial Calcutta

Jennifer Dubrow to speak on realism in Fasana-e Azad

Stan Scott and the Rangila Ensemble • The Weaver’s Song: Bhajans of North India

From JNU to Yale: Fox and Fulbright-Nehru Fellows Share Experiences of Exchange

Madhavi Murty discusses economic liberalization and the “development story” in India

Mark Turin Speaks About Mother Tongues, Linguistic Heritage and Ethnic Identity in Sikkim

Sadia Saeed Speaks of “Hailing the ‘Muslim’ Citizen: National Identity, State and the Ahmadiyya Community in Pakistan”

Rochisha Narayan speaks on Family and Politics in Colonial North India

Sana Haroon discusses Islamic revivalism and Sufism

Meditative Architectures: An Exhibition by Griffin Collier

Of Class, Caste, and Marathi Marxism: A Conversation with Juned Shaikh

Neeladri Bhattacharya to Speak About Law, Labor, and Colonialism

Bombay and the Yale Summer Session

Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan is inaugural Singh Professor

Writing Against the Master Narrative: Microfinance and Its Discontents

Field Notes: Students Recount Summers of Learning

A Conversation with Christophe Jaffrelot

Chandigarh and the Contemporary Utopia

Levin’s Trip Shows “Greater Name Recognition”

Shyam Sunder speaks about Higher Education Reforms in India

Himalayan Initiative Launches

Rochona Majumdar to Speak about Radical Cinema and the Film Society Movement in India

South Asian Studies Council Collaborates to Foster Scholarship and Dialogue on Contemporary India

Professor Tapati Guha Thakurta to Deliver Ritchie Lecture about the Sanchi Stupa

Visiting Fellow, Daniela Bredi, to speak about Women, Language and Literature

Levin Speaks at India Summit

Arvind Krishna Mehrotra to speak about the work of Indian poet-translators

Adapting the Eye: An Archive of the British in India, 1770–1830

Yale Raga Society Brings Indian Classical Arts to Campus

Ghazala Shahabuddin speaks about Science, Society and the Future of India’s Wildlife

Darielle Mason to speak about the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s South Indian Temple Hall

Ethnographic and Linguistic Archives for the Digital Age

Acclaimed Playwright and Film-maker, Girish Karnad, Speaks in South Asia Colloquium

Chief Election Commissioner of India to Speak on Elections in the World’s Largest Democracy

The South Asian Short Story and Amitav Ghosh’s “The Calcutta Chromosome”

Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants Enrich Hindi and Urdu Language Study

Jennifer Bussell to speak on Citizens and the State in India

South Asia and the Yale World Fellows

Eminent historian David Ludden to speak on Post-national History in South Asia

Faculty Appointments Expand South Asian Studies at Yale

Welcome Back from Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan, Chair, South Asian Studies Council - Fall 2011