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The Center for India Studies' mission is to promote a better appreciation of Indian thought, culture, civilization and contemporary issues by developing expertise and resources for studying India for the benefit of the University and the community. The Center aims to give Indian thought and culture its rightful place in schools, universities, public libraries, museums, media, and civic forums.

 

$5M IN GIFTS USHER IN NEW ERA FOR CENTER FOR INDIA STUDIESAT STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

Donations Support Endowed Chair and Expanded Activities for the Center, 

Renamed the Bishembarnath Mattoo and Sheela Mattoo Center for India Studies

Message from Prof. S.N. Sridhar, Director:
I am delighted to share with you the great news of the establishment of a $5 million endowment for the Center for India Studies at Stony Brook,
which 
is now renamed the Bishembarnath Mattoo and Sheela Mattoo Center for India Studies
A media release on this has been posted on the home page of the 
university's website, www.stonybrook.edu as well as here.  Here is a shortened link to the press release for tweeting and socializing: http://bit.ly/13Krby2.  Please feel free to share the good news with your colleagues and friends.
 

The Inaugural Rajesh & Sonali Kakani Distinguished Lecture

"Why Philosophy Must Go Global"

  Professor Jonardon Ganeri, Global Network Professor, Washington Square Fellow, New York University

Wednesday, March 2, 2016


 

SBU Taandava

SPOTLIGHT

Winter 2016

 

The Inaugural Rajesh & Sonali Kakani Distinguished Lecture

“Why Philosophy Must Go Global”

 

  Professor Jonardon Ganeri    Global Network Professor   Washington Square Fellow

New York University

Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 4PM  Charles B. Wang Center    

 Lecture Hall 2

 


   Challenge Exam

March 9, 2016

12:30-2:00PM


 Scholarships


 

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