STEVEN E. LINDQUIST, PH.D.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES
D
IRECTOR, DEDMAN COLLEGE’S GLOBAL AND REGIONAL STUDIES INITIATIVE
D
IRECTOR, ASIAN STUDIES
SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY


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“NEW” NEWS:

—George Jacob,
Astonishing Treasures Found in Secret Vaults, Crow Museum of Asian Art, July 9th, 7pm ($10 for public; free for members)
—NEW CLASS FOR FALL!
India Today:History, Literature, Culture (CF 3386; Instructor Rachel Ball)
—Annual South Asia Conference,
Affirmative Action Policies and Higher Education in India, September 6th, Dallas Hall (SMU)

PREVIOUS NEWS:
—Dr. Sarah Schneewind, lecture entitled
Parents to the People or Demon Commanders: Shrines to Living Bureaucrats in Ming China, April 9th, 5pm, McCord Auditorium
—Dr. Nathan Katz, lecture entitled
Balancing Identities: The Jews of Cochin South India, April 10th, 7:30pm, McCord Auditorium
—Dr. Gardner Harris, lecture entitled
The Blossoming Heart: Possession in Medieval Devotional Poetry, April 16th, 5pm, Hyer Hall 204.
—HINDI CLASSES BEGIN FALL 2013 AT SMU (SEE COURSE CATALOG FOR DETAILS)
CONVERSION, CASTE, AND COEXISTENCE: CHRISTIANITY IN SOUTH INDIA, ANNUAL SOUTH ASIA CONFERENCE, SEPT. 28th, 2013
—DR. LAURIE PATTON, DUKE UNIVERSITY, “WOMEN, SANSKRIT, AND RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE,” ASIAN STUDIES/SCOTT-HAWKINS DISTINGUISHED LECTURE, FEB. 28TH.
FLYER
CITIES, COURTS, AND SAINTS: MUSLIM CULTURES OF SOUTH ASIA, ANNUAL SOUTH ASIA CONFERENCE, SEPT. 22ND, 2012
SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE ON ASIAN STUDIES ANNUAL MEETING (OCT. 5-6, 2012)