During this 8-week summer program in India, Harvard College students are exploring the potential of mobile technology to enable economic and social mobility.
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SAI welcomes applications from emerging artists in South Asia to come to Harvard University to participate in discourse with students and faculty on critical issues.
SAI has awarded 35 grants for 2015 summer and research, internship, and language study in India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
The Murty Classical Library of India hopes to introduce a vast corpus of literature, thought, and science to fresh audiences across the world. “It’s completely transformative,” said Parimal Patil, Chair of the Department of South Asian Studies and SAI Steering Committee member.
Listen to Namita Dharia discuss the life of a migrant worker in urban India and how the construction industry is addressing issues of child labor and women’s safety.
Learn about Muhammad Zahir, SAI Aman Fellow’s work on uncovering Pakistan’s archaeological past.
Congratulations to Gillian Slee, Harvard College ’16, and Sara Melissa Theiss, Harvard College ’15, who were chosen by SAI as winners for the Office of International Education’s Annual International Photo Contest.
The goal of the Murty Classical Library of India is to present the greatest literary works of India from the past two millennia to readers all over the world.
In an op-ed for The Boston Globe, SAI Steering Committee member Nicholas Burns, HKS, explains how President Obama’s visit to India for Republic Day is an important symbolic gesture that may kickstart the revival both countries have been looking for.