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Art Exhibition Puts a Spotlight on South Asian Narratives

On April 17, The Mittal Institute hosted an opening reception and seminar for the exhibition, "Revelations: Reclaiming South Asian Narratives." By exhibiting pieces from this year's Visiting Artists, the show aims to unravel challenging social issues that often fall outside the limelight.

Q + A: Using Art as a Way of Reflection

As a 2018 Mittal Institute Visiting Artist, Rajyashri Goody's art revolves around the complexities of identity seen through the lens of larger social, political, economic, and religious structures at play — and consequently the tug between power and resistance that manifests itself within minority communities.

Q+A: Studying the Past Through Genetics

Before her participation in the upcoming panel "Are South Asians a Single Population? Insights from Culture, Genetics, and Disease," The Mittal Institute asked Priya Moorjani about her research, which uses statistical and computational approaches to study questions in human genetics and evolutionary biology.  Monday, April 23rd at 4PM in CGIS South SO10.

South Asian Sisters Bring Yoni Ki Baat to Harvard

Theater and performance art can bring many things to both its audience and actors. It can educate, empower, and start difficult conversations. As part of Asian Heritage Month, the South Asian Sisters @ Harvard are producing Yoni Ki Baat, a South Asian version of The Vagina Monologues, to place a spotlight on gender, sexuality, and femininity in this cultural context. SAI chatted with co-directors Amberine Huda and Sheliza Jamal, SAI communications intern, about their involvement and passion for this production.