Sandra Robinson

BA, Wellesley College. PhD, University of Chicago. Special interest in South Asian cultures, religions, and literatures. Two Fulbright awards for field research in India. Articles, papers, and poems appear in international venues; ethnographic photographs exhibited. Chair of the South Asia Council and member of the board of directors of the Association for Asian Studies; administrative board of Harvard-Radcliffe College; senior fellow, Center for the Humanities, Wesleyan University; delegate to the United Nations summit on global poverty, held in Copenhagen; group leader for the Experiment in International Living; national selection boards for institutional Fulbright grants. SLC, 1990–

Undergraduate discipline: Asian Studies

Courses taught in Asian Studies

Courses from previous years

  • First-Year Studies: Cultures and Arts of India
  • Pilgrimage and Tourism: South Asian Practices
  • Sacrifice
  • Cultures and Arts of India
  • Images of India: Text/Photo/Film
  • Writing India: Transnational Narratives
  • Body and Self in Asian Cultures
  • India and Orientalism
  • Pilgrimage and Tourism: South Asian Practices
  • Sacrifice

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