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  • Welcome to the South Asia Center

    Syracuse University has a well established and extensive involvement in teaching and research on the South Asian region: the nations of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The South Asia Center of Syracuse University, a part of the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, is a United States Department of Education National Resource Center.

    The Center participates in collaboration with Cornell University to form a consortium with a focus on the research and scholarship of the countries in the South Asia region. The South Asia Center coordinates a variety of colloquia, films, cultural programs, and other activities for the Syracuse University community as well as for faculty and students at nearby colleges.

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    Thomases examines environmentalism in Pushkar

    Thomases examines environmentalism in Pushkar

    On Tuesday, February 3, Drew Thomases will discuss his research in Pushkar, Rajasthan at 12:30 pm in 341 Eggers.
     
    Killmer looks at women doctors' experiences in India

    Killmer looks at women doctors' experiences in India

    The South Asia Center's Spring Speaker Series begins on Tuesday, January 27 with a talk by Jocelyn Killmer on young women doctors' experiences in rural Rajasthan.
     
    2015-16 FLAS Competition Open

    2015-16 FLAS Competition Open

    The South Asia Center announces its FLAS (Foreign Language and Area Studies) Fellowship Competition for Summer 2015 and Academic Year 2015-16. 

     
    Spring Speaker Series Announced

    Spring Speaker Series Announced

    Spring 2015 Speaker SeriesThe South Asia Center wishes everyone a Happy New Year We are pleased to announce that we have a wonderful array of speakers for the Spring Semester, many of whom highlight the great work that Syracuse
     
    Nautanki - Hindi Musical Theater: A Performer's Perspective

    Nautanki - Hindi Musical Theater: A Performer's Perspective

    You are invited to a special event held by Devendra Sharma, Associate Professor of Communications at California State University – Fresno. The highly-demosntartive event will reveal why Nautanki, a famous folk theater and operatic drama, is an important Hindi performance tradition, and will discuss its influences on a wide range on art and entertainment genres.
     
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