Our grad students have accomplished a lot this year. They have presented work at conferences, reached milestones in writing their theses and dissertations, had work published, won awards, and won money for research and travel.
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Comparative Studies hosted their annual departmental awards ceremony on Friday, May 1st. We are happy to announce the winners of this years awards. Congratulations to all! This has truly been a great year for Comparative Studies.
Comparative Studies Professor Isaac Weiner, and his collaborator Professor Amy DeRogatis were recently interviewed about their Religious Soundmap of the Midwest Project on Michigan Public Radio.
WDET Detroit Public Radio featured a brief segment on the Religious Soundmap of the Midwest Project which is headed by Compartive Studies Professor Isaac Weiner and Amy DeRogatis, Professor at Michigan State University. From the WDET Website:
The South Asia Graduate Studies Association (President and Founder: Amanda Randhawa (Comp Studies), Nithya Rajan (WGSS) vice-president, Archana Venkatesh (History) treasurer, Sri Thakkilapati (Sociology) secretary), in collaboration with the Religious Studies Roundtable
Amanda Randhawa, PhD Student in Comparative Studies, recently received a travel grant from the Sawyer Seminar, "Crossroads: Culture, Politics, and Belief in the Balkans and South Asia (Supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation).