South Asia at Yale
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MEDIA RELEASES

February 26, 2012. ‘Collect, protect, connect’: Yale researcher aims to rescue disappearing languages

Jauary 9, 2012. Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan is inaugural Singh Professor.

October 13, 2011. US Department of State. South and Central Asia: U.S.-India Joint Statement on Higher Education Cooperation.

January 10, 2008. Tibetan Lama and Filmmaker Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche Will Visit Yale.

August 15, 2007. Yale University Preserves the History of the South Asian Colonial Independence Struggle

April 13, 2007. Ambassador Ronen Sen Gives Keynotes Address at Yale Symposium on U.S.-Strategic Relations.

March 29, 2007. Mahatma Gandhi's Grandson To Give Gandhi Lecture at Yale

April 4, 2006. Deepa Mehta's Water Screened at Yale University

February 16, 2006. Preserving the History of the Independence Struggle of Colonial India at Yale University

October 11, 2005. Discussion of Modern Pakastani Art and Politics to Take Place at Yale

March 31, 2005. Festival Celebrates South Asian Studies at Yale

February 9, 2005. A Conference on the "Health Crisis in South Asia: Socioeconomic and Opportunistic Disease Consequences of AIDS" will be held at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies

February 4, 2005. Yale and Jawaharlal Nehru University Launch Student Exchange Program

March 10, 2004. Symposium to Explore Modernity/Anti-Modernity of Gandhi’s Politics

March 10, 2004. 'Sahitya Goshthhi’ Features Readings and Panel with Hindi Writers

April 15, 2002. Ela Bhatt, Founder of Self-Employed Womens' Association in India to Speak at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies