Cropped photo of the Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, India.

Vanessa Veak (Hawa Mahal - Jaipur, India 2020)

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The South Asian Studies at Stanford (SASS) Podcast features conversations between the Center for South Asia at Stanford and guests who have a connection to Stanford as faculty, staff, students, alumni, or partners.

The podcasts feature a wide range of topics, ranging from poetry to politics, from manuscript collecting to music, from business to Bollywood. Every podcast consists of an informal and informative conversation about South Asia and its meaning in the world, in our lives, and at Stanford.

Listen to the SASSpod wherever you listen to podcasts. If we are not on the podcasting platform you listen to, tell us about it.

Lalita du Perron talks to Anuradha Bhasin about her role as executive editor of the Kashmir Times, the challenges facing the media in Kashmir, and her time at Stanford as a JSK Journalism Fellow. Follow Anuradha on Twitter: @anuradhabhasin_…

Lalita du Perron talks to Thenmozhi Soundararajan of Equality Labs about her forthcoming book The Trauma of Caste, survivor power, caste in Silicon Valley, the importance of mentorship, and healing for all.

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Lalita du Perron talks to the multifaceted Chandra Vadhana Radhakrishnan, a Fulbright Program Fellow in the Gender Innovations Lab at Stanford History, about gender equality, entrepreneurship, self-care, and having/wanting to do it all.

Lalita du Perron talks to Gayatri Sethi (@desibookaunty on Instagram) about her time at Stanford Graduate School of Education, her book Unbelonging (from which she reads an excerpt), and what is considered home. Apologies for occasional internet…

Lalita du Perron talks to Elizabeth Lhost, Digital Librarian at South Asia Open Archives (SAOA), about the work of SAOA, the challenges and the joys of digitization, access, availability, and decolonizing the archive. Visit the SAOA website…

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