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Mitra analyzes India's minimum income proposal in the Indian Express

"For those who might totally dismiss such a scheme, by saying that it amounts to socialism, let me remind them that many believers in the power of markets, including myself, have throughout been in support of cash transfers as the least distortionary method of redistribution and fighting poverty," writes Devashish Mitra, professor of economics and Gerald B. and Daphna Cramer Professor of Global Affairs.

April 9, 2019

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Ray Smith Symposium connects SU community through Indian storytelling

“The Ray Smith Symposium moves to connect the University with the broader campus community by involving a cross-section of Syracuse faculty,” says Susan S. Wadley, Ford-Maxwell Professor of South Asian Studies, and a veteran anthropologist. “It’s the public humanities at its best.”

April 8, 2019

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Resisting Occupation in Kashmir

Mona Bhan
December 31, 2018

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Sadanandan weighs in on farmer suicides in India on Climate Central

Anoop Sadanandan, assistant professor of political science, was interviewed for the Climate Central article, "New Findings Show How Climate Change Is Influencing India’s Farmer Suicides." Sadanandan says the study shows a new pathway for research into the nuances of suicide not just among farmers but the population as a whole in India. 08/11/17
August 11, 2017

Essays on North Indian Folk Traditions

Susan Snow Wadley
December 31, 2005

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Media and the Transformation of Religion in South Asia

Susan Snow Wadley
December 31, 1995

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