Fall 2016 Soli Sorabjee Lecture
"Journalism flows from the barrel of a typewriter: How computers changed the Indian newsroom"
Featuring Naresh Fernandes, editor of Scroll.in
Tuesday, September 13
Mandel Reading Room
Naresh Fernandes is the editor of Scroll.in, a digital news and culture publication. He is the author of Taj Mahal Foxtrot: The Story of Bombay's Jazz Age and City Adrift: A Short Biography of Bombay.
Meet the Fellows!
The Brandeis-India Fellows Program is excited to introduce the 2016-2017 Fellows:
- Ilana Cohen
- Richa Karki
- April Nishimura
- Sara Taylor
- Holly Walters
- Shane Weitzman
The South Asian Studies Program offers a minor (open to students in any major) for those who wish to structure their studies of South Asia or the South Asian Diaspora. The minor offers an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the literatures, histories, societies, cultures, religions, arts and contemporary importance of South Asia and diasporic South Asian communities.
South Asia, one of the world’s most populous and significant regions, includes the modern nations of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and in certain contexts Afghanistan, Maldives, Myanmar and Tibet. Students completing the minor will come away with a strong understanding of the intellectual, cultural, political, economic and social developments at key periods in South Asia’s history and in the contemporary era.