The following activities were completed under the auspices of the Sikh and Punjabi Studies Program at UCSC. Activities are partly...
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My Impressions of UCSC Seminar I had the opportunity to attend an international seminar where prominent scholars from Punjab, England and the United States got together to explore the complex relations between the Sikh community and its real and imagined homeland focusing on history, diaspora, politics, economics, environment and culture in Punjab… Read More
Beneath the tall redwood trees at the UCSC campus on a warm Saturday morning in January, Sikh students held a conference on The Sikh: The Feminine, The Activist. The objective of this conference was to “present the Sikh perspective of these two themes, to discuss… Read More
The first slide professor Nirvikar Singh flashed on his PowerPoint showed the faces of six Sikh worshipers gunned down the previous month in Oak Creek, Wis., by a man with white supremacist ties…Read More
Coming in November! Sikh and Punjabi Studies: Achievements and New Directions Conference – Open to Bay Area Residents! In this inaugural conference for the Sikh and Punjabi Studies program at the University of California, Santa Cruz on November 10-12, 2011 Read More
The Sarbjit Singh Aurora Endowed Chair in Sikh and Punjabi Studies, endowed by Hardit and Harbhajan Kaur Singh, in memory of their son Sarbjit Singh Aurora… Read More