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Sikh Foundation Growing Academic Interests In European Sikhs

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Growing Academic Interests in European Sikhs by Laura Hirvi & Kristina Myrvold

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, currently around half a million, a new area of research...

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</td><td>New Avenues and Directions for Sikh Studies by Harpreet Singh

Thinking about why I got involved with Sikh studies and what I know and understand of the field, I realized that this was not the first time I was asked to think of the field at large—as an entity of its own, a field of academics that did not exist three or four decades ago and as a new development. For this sort of reflexive exercise…


</td><td>In Memory of: Ajeet Singh Matharu

The Sikh Foundation is deeply saddened by the sudden loss of such a promising young man who impressed us immensely with his calm demeanour and depth of thoughts. He most graciously wrote a memorable piece for our website...


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