Category : Blog
This is the first blog post in a series from students enrolled in the course ‘Contemporary South Asia: Entrepreneurial Solutions to Intractable Social and Economic Problems’ taught by SAI Director Tarun Khanna. The course features several modules on issues facing...
Harvard Bangalore Science Initiative: A Summer of Intellectual and Cultural Exchange in India
This article originally appeared on the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology website. By Sophie Blum Annie Arrighi-Allisan (Harvard College, Class of 2015) applied to the Harvard-Bangalore Science Initiative (HBSI) because, “as a neurobiology student, I...
Princes of the Mughal Empire
By Mehjabeen Zameer, Ed.M Candidate, International Education Policy, Harvard Graduate School of Education; SAI Student Coordinator On Tuesday, September 23, Munis Faruqui, Associate Professor, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California...
Art and social change
On Friday, Sept. 19, SAI held its inaugural event of the SAI Arts Initiative, with a seminar that explored the role of arts in social change. Cara Moyer-Duncan, Emerson College, and actress Nandita Das discussed the use of cinema in Africa and South Asia as a tool for social activism.
‘Contextual Intelligence’ by Tarun Khanna
Harvard Business Review, September 2014
‘Hidden curriculum’ by Mariam Chughtai
Mariam Chughtai is an Ed.D. Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education and former SAI intern.
SAI Summer Blog
Take a look at what Harvard students in South Asia were up to this summer on SAI’s Summer Blog.
Student Q+A: Empowering women through jobs in Sri Lanka
In a Q+A, Ishani Premaratne, Harvard College ‘15 talks about GrowLanka, which has developed a mobile job alert system to give employers a direct line of access to job seekers, and empower women through employment.