Prof. Ruth Vanita
Brown Bag Seminar guest lecture on Kashmir given by the Hindi Fulbright Fellow Ms. Ekta Gupta, doctoral candidate at Lucknow University, on May 31st at the Central and Southwest Asian Studies Center in Stone Hall.
Friday, April 19th, 2 p.m. 119 Davidson Honors College, Organized by SSEAS and the Dept of Biology. Free and open to the public.
Vasudha Narayanan, Distinguished Professor of Religion at University of Florida, will deliver an illustrated lecture on Global Hinduism (US, Cambodia and Caribbean).
Global Hinduism: Hindu practices today in the U.S., Cambodia and the Caribbean
Monday, April 22, 6 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Dell Brown Room,...
Ganesh Vasudeva will present a solo Bharata Natyam dance performance at PARTV 005 on 19 March at 6 p.m. Co-sponsored by SSEAS and the School of Theatre and Dance.
Earlier time! 6:00pm
Free and open to the public.
On Thursday March 15, from 7:00-9:00 PM in room 103A, Liberal Arts Building (aka Eck Hall), UM’s Global Humanities and Religions program will host an event: “Buddhism and Education in the Tibetan Himalayas.” This will center on a film, “Journey from Zangskar: A Monk’s Vow to Children,”...
Two of our Hindi students have won scholarships to study Hindi further in India – Margaret Grayson in summer 2018, and Brandon Fuller for academic year 2018-19. Congratulations!
Kavita Thirumalai will perform a Bharata Natyam Indian classical dance piece, based on the life and work of 8th century woman poet Andal.
March 11th at 2 p.m. in the PARTV Theatre.
Sponsored by SSEAS and the School of Dance and Theatre.
Ruth Vanita's Sabbatical
Srijeet Mukherjee, our new Fulbright Hindi instructor from India, is teaching first and second-year Hindi (GH191 and GH291), and also for the first time ever, third-year Hindi (GH391). Places are still available in all these classes.
Our SSEA minor, Colleen Leddie, who is studying in Thailand this semester, visiting the Shwe Dagon Buddhist pagoda in Yangon (Rangoon), in Myanmar (Burma), with a group of Burmese women.
South & South-East Asian Studies presents
A lecture by Rupert Snell
Worlds Far and Near: Translating Seventeenth-Century Hindi Poetry for Readers Today
6 April, 3.30 p.m.
Room LA103A-B, Liberal Arts Building, University of Montana
Followed by discussion and a reception
Prof. Snell directs the...
Surbhi Jain, her Hindi students and others celebrating Hindi Day
Surbhi Jain, her Hindi students and others celebrating Hindi Day, 14th September, in the University Center