Harvard will offer many courses in the upcoming semester with content related to South Asia, covering topics such as Himalayan art, Asian diasporas, capitalism and cosmology, Ismaili history and culture, and much more.
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On Dec. 5, Harvard’s Asia related centers hosted an event in which experts discussed what’s next for Asia in a Trump administration. It is the first in a series of public talks at Harvard on U.S.-Asia relations during Trump’s presidency.
SAI and Harvard affiliates react to India’s decision to withdraw the legal status of certain cash notes.
SAI is pleased to welcome Sanjay Kumar to the team as our India Country Director. He will lead all of SAI’s activities in India and will be based at our office in Delhi.
In an article for the Indian Express, Satchit Balsari and Tarun Khanna write that the proposed National e-Health Authority could launch a digital health revolution in India, but safeguards need to be in place to protect patients’ privacy. This is in follow up to the recently held Radcliffe Advanced Seminar, “Exchanging Health Information.”
See what the SAI community is thankful for this year.
During their time at Harvard, the artists will display their work on campus, meet with students, attend courses, and give a public seminar.
In this video, architecture historian and critic Kenneth Frampton talks about the processes of urbanization. He advocates for landscape architecture and the megaform as tools for mediating the rise of today’s megalopolis.
Rachel Parikh (@rachel.parikh), the Calderwood Curatorial Fellow of South Asian Art at Harvard Art Museums took over SAI’s Instagram account (@HarvardSAI) to highlight some of the museum’s amazing South Asian Art collection.
Rachel Parikh, the Calderwood Curatorial Fellow of South Asian Art at Harvard Art Museums, will be posting from Nov. 7 – 11 will be posting some highlights from the Museum’s extensive collection.