The Study of India and South Asia at Oxford
The study of India and South Asia is undergoing a renaissance in the University of Oxford. The endowment of the M.N. Srinivas Associate Professorship in the Anthropology of India will ensure that it has the prominence it deserves, and that anthropological approaches contribute to new cohorts of Oxford students being trained both in the MSc/MPhil in Contemporary South Asia (which has a strong focus on India), and in Anthropology generally. To ensure that future generations of students receive the best possible grounding on India, it is essential to include the anthropological view, to provide bottom-up, field-based perspectives on the rapidly changing cultures and societies of the region.
Please see the webpage on the M.N. Srinivas Professorship in the Anthropology of India for further information.
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