Listen to Nobel Laureate & Harvard Economist, Amartya Sen, speak about his new book.
The domestic origins of India's economic problems lie in the clash between democracy and capitalism.
Tucker's fusion of Indian Classical Music and Jazz is not to be missed! Reception to follow.
Professor Varshney asks the question, "Is India’s food security ordinance supportable?"
The numbers don't add up, without a pooling of anti-Congress votes.
Does Advani have a political or economic blueprint for a changing India?
The new video by Robert Schlagel '13 features great footage from the South Asian Studies conference Questioning Marginality: Dalits and Muslims in Urban India, which was held at Brown University from April 18-20, 2013.
The latest Almirah Radio podcast explores CAMP, an art-making space in Bombay, and the various creative projects of its members.
Brown-India Initiative and the Anthropology Department present Dr. Madhulika Banerjee, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Delhi. "Politics of Knowledge: Ayurveda in Contemporary India" Monday, May 13 at 4 PM McKinney Conference Room Watson Institute for International Studies 111 Thayer St Reception to follow at 5:30 PM in the South Common Room.
A brand new podcast from Almirah Radio features an interview with Brown University Professor Patrick Heller. Listen now!