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Sikh Foundation Insights To Opportunities & Challenges For Sikh Academics By Harpreet Singh And Dr. Farina Mir

Sat Sri Akaal!

The Sikh Foundation, is proud to present our two latest contributions to our Opportunities & Challenges section.
We hope you find their writings as inspiring as we do.
The authors also would love to hear your feedback!

Also if you are working in the Sikh Academics sector and would like to provide your insight. Please don't hesitate to contact us. We would love to hear your thoughts.
Please send <style type="text/css"> <!-- @page { margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } --></style>inquirers though IMs here and I will pass them on for review.

Have a great day all!

Miz

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Opportunities and Challenges for Sikh Academics by Dr. Farina Mir


Dr. Farina Mir is a historian of colonial and postcolonial South Asia. Her research has focused on the social, cultural, and religious history of late-colonial north India. Her book, The Social Space of Language: Vernacular Culture in British Colonial Punjab (University of California Press, in press) is a study of the Punjabi language and its literature under colonialism (from 1849–1947), with a particular focus on qisse, or epic stories/romances.

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</td><td>A Journey from Wall Street to Quincy Street by Harpreet Singh


Harpreet Singh co-founded the Sikh Coalition in the aftermath of September 11, 2001 attacks. He received the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and earned the Master of Theological Studies degree from Harvard Divinity School. His current research allows for comparative study pursued through reading devotional and philosophical texts in a number of original languages: Punjabi, Braj, Sanskrit, Hindi-Urdu, Persian and Arabic.

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miz and sonia jios

This sounds like some exciting times are ahead. Thanks for inviting the members of SPN not only to visit and read their articles, but also to give feedback. Both from your description seem individuals who can broaden horizons for me.
 
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