By Pamela Wilson The Sikh Foundation brought together university professors, leaders of programs for Sikh youth, individuals associated with charter...
Tagged: Sikh and Punjab Studies
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Five hundred years ago in Northern India, Guru Nanak preached a beautiful universal message of faith, love and truthful living. His message was not meant for a particular religious or ethnic group. He addressed all humanity. Let us look at his teachings and life in the context of the current global environment and the challenges that face us… Read More
Academic studies of the Sikh religion and migration have been conducted for quite some time in Asian, North America, and the UK. In contrast, the history of Sikh studies in continental Europe is of more recent origin. With the growing presence of the Sikhs in Europe… Read More
I was honored when Dr. Kapany invited me to contribute to the “Opportunities and Challenges for Sikh Academics” series. I have been committed to the field of Sikh and Punjab studies for almost twenty years now, and it is a pleasure to share both the experiences that brought me into this field and my thoughts… Read More
It gives me great pleasure to be asked to participate in this series, “Opportunities and Challenges for Sikh Academics,” particularly since I represent the first cohort of students who have benefitted directly from the Sikh Studies programs created with the community’s investment in the early…Read More