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Nepal & Himalayan Studies Conference

On April 28-29, SAP hosted "Nepal and Himalayan Studies at Cornell: Community Engagement, Knowledge Circulation, and the Future of Scholarship."

Srinivas Kuchibotla

The Cornell South Asia Program offers condolences to the family and friends of Srinivas Kuchibotla, recent victim of a hate crime in Kansas.

New Fellowship Program

We congratulate our first cohort of South Asian Studies Fellows. Each of the new Fellows will spend two months in residence at Cornell.

International Mother Language Day

In this video, the Bengali Students Association at Cornell explains a brief history of the events that led up to the 1952 protest in Dhaka, the day's UN designation of February 21 as International Mother Language Day, and its legacy.

Afterschool Hindi Class

Cornell student Vanisha Sharma shares Hindi language and culture with Ithaca elementary school students.

Cornell Supports Our International Community Regarding to President Trump's Immigration Executive Order

Cornell University Interim President Hunter Rawlings, in a January 29, 2017 statement regarding U.S. President Trump's January 27 executive order on immigration:

“U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent executive order imposing a 90-day ban on immigrant and nonimmigrant entry to the United States from seven predominantly Muslim nations is deeply troubling and has serious and chilling implications for a number of our students and scholars. It is fundamentally antithetical to Cornell University’s principles..."

Cornell stands ready to support our international community with our resources and will keep following up.

SAP Graduate Student Symposium

Monday, February 27 at 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Uris Hall, G08. Graduate students across the disciplines whose work intersects in South Asia present their research at the SAP Graduate Symposium.