By Soujanya Ganig, Ed. M Candidate, Harvard Graduate School of Education; SAI Student Coordinator “The value of a man was reduced to his immediate identity and nearest possibility. To a vote. To a number. To a thing. Never was a man treated as a mind. As a glorious thing made up of stardust.” These were some of the last words of Rohith Vemula,…
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The Mumbai workshop, hosted with Tata Trusts, brought together 50 organizations that do groundbreaking work on issues like improving access to secondary education for young girls and addressing gender-based violence.
This commentary, by professors at Pomona College and the Harvard Kennedy School who have long studied Pakistan, argues that the Taliban’s attacks on schools and colleges there are a particularly dangerous threat to that nation’s future.
On Jan. 18, the SAI launched the book and exhibition Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity in Mumbai at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya in partnership with the Asia Society India Centre and the Harvard Club of Mumbai.