India: National Identity and the Arts

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India: National Identity and the Arts

Please visit our website for more information On this program, you will develop the skills to analyze the relationship between the arts, religions, and politics shaping cultural and national identity in India today and in areas of historic Indic influence. You will experience India’s visual and performing arts — its architecture, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, film, dance, music, and theater — on numerous excursions around Delhi and during extensive travel in India and to Myanmar (Burma).

Subjects

  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Religious Studies
  • Visual Arts
  • Internship Programs
  • Interreligious / Interethnic Relations
  • Ethnic Studies

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  • The ways in which contemporary global power relations are implicated in constructing discourses of despair about Africa and elsewhere

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