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New York Times "India Ink" Features Wellin Show

The New York TimesIndia Ink” blog featured a story on Pranlal Patel and the images he took of Indian women that will be exhibited by the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art beginning Feb. 1. “A Pioneer of Street Photography Leaves Behind Strong Images of Indian Women,” published on Jan. 30, included interviews with Patel, his family and Professor of History Lisa Trivedi, co-curator of the Wellin show, “Refocusing the Lens: Pranlal K. Patel’s Photographs of Women at Work in Ahmedabad.”  More ...

From left, ITS Educational Technologist Ted Fondak, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Abhishek Amar and Professor of French John O'Neal in front of a painting of the Buddha in India.
Amar Meets with Hamilton Colleagues in India

Taking a break from his research in Bodhgaya, India, in January, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Abhishek Amar met with Professor of French John C. O’Neal and ITS Educational Technologist Ted Fondak.  More ...

Anderson Tuggle '14
New York Times Publishes Tuggle ’14 Letter

Studying in India for the fall 2012 semester, Anderson Tuggle ’14 couldn’t have anticipated that the research in which he was engaged would have such relevance months later. Tuggle, who studied India’s Mid-day Meal program and the role of parents, teachers, and local institutions in providing meals, referenced this research in a New York Times letter to the editor.  Published on July 20, the letter was in response to the reported deaths of 22 children in India after they ate contaminated lunches.  More ...

Anderson Tuggle '14
Anderson Tuggle ’14 Studies Princely States

While studying abroad in Rajasthan, India, Anderson Tuggle ’14 assumed he would experience a new and unfamiliar culture. He was not aware that he would uncover a chapter of history that is largely forgotten. In his project funded by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center, Tuggle is researching India’s political integration after achieving independence from Britain.  More ...

Sol M. Linowitz Professor Karl F. Inderfurth
Is India the Next Superpower?

In a lecture on March 5 Sol M. Linowitz Professor of International Affairs Karl F. Inderfurth outlined how and why India may now be poised to become the world’s next great superpower.  More ...

Lisa Trivedi
Trivedi Gives Paper at Indiana University

Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi was invited to present a paper, 'Seeing Women at Work: the Jyoti Sangh and Pranlal Patel in Ahmedabad, 1937," as part of the Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar Indian Studies Program at Indiana University on Sept. 20.  More ...

Lisa Trivedi
Trivedi Gives Invited Talk at Hobart and William Smith

Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi was invited to speak at Hobart and William Smith Colleges on Nov. 11.  Her talk, "A Photography of Working Ahmedabad: the Jyoti Sangh, Pranlal Patel, and women workers" addressed a series of 70 photographs that Trivedi uncovered during her research in India this past spring.  More ...

Lisa Trivedi
Trivedi Presents Paper, Chairs Panel at South Asia Conference

Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi participated in the 40th Annual South Asia Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She presented a paper titled “A Photography of Working Ahmedabad: the Jyoti Sangh, Pranlal Patel, and women workers.”  More ...

Hamilton students in India with program director Prof. Lisa Trivedi and assistant director and Hamilton alumnus Jack Reigeluth '07.
Six Spend Semester Studying in India

Six Hamilton students spent the fall semester on the New York State Independent College Consortium for Study in India (NYSICCSI) program. Katie Barth ’12, Katherine Costa ’12, Beth Foster ’12, Kate Harloe ’12, Elsie Love ’12 and Charlotte Munson ’11 are part of the group, led this semester by faculty director Hamilton Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi and assistant director Hamilton alumnus Jack Reigeluth '07. The students traveled throughout northern India, took academic courses and conducted various independent fieldwork research projects.  More ...

Kate Harloe '12
Harloe ’12 Hunts the Roots of Hinduism
Observed from the West, Hinduism appears as a complex, heterogeneous, polytheistic amalgamation of religious practices. But just below its multifaceted interior lies a concept that Westerners understand only too well: the control of colonization. Through an Emerson grant and the guidance of Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi, Kate Harloe ’12 will spend the summer investigating the roots of Hinduism as well as its contemporary incarnations in Indian society. More ...
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