Photo taken by Byron Gray (India 2020) depicting an eastern cattle egret perched on a log in front of coloful fishing boats on water.

Photo Credit: Byron Gray (Cattle egret in fishing village of Gorai - Mumbai, India 2020)

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Many Indians exchanged old rupee notes for new ones with “strategic returns.” | iStock/powerofforever

Consumers used retail transactions to keep an estimated $1.5 billion out of the country’s tax system. At 8:15 p.m. on November 8, 2016, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a surprise address live on national television. He announced that…
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Lalita du Perron talks to Feyaad Allie about his PhD research on political representation and identity, facial recognition and voting, and post-PhD life. Transcript available on request for a disability-related accommodation (email us at…
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We want to share a list of our upcoming Spring Quarter events with you. Please save the dates! All events will require registration and may be subject to change. Registration links may not be available at this time. Event attendance is open to…
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Lalita du Perron talks to Elspeth Iralu, 2022-23 Mellon Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center, about her work on Indigenous mapping, Indigeneity, surveillance, and her identity as Angami Naga. Transcript available Listen to the SASSpod…

Left to right: Veenaa Agrawal, ‘25, playing the role of Jugni, and Avantika Alok Shah, ’25, playing the role of Grief in the graduate repertory play Haldi and...

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By the time it came to life on stage, Karishma Bhagani’s winter quarter workshop production Haldi and Honey, the story of a South Asian Ismaili Kenyan woman, had been generations in the making. The Mombasa-born Bhagani is a Knight-Hennessy scholar…