Tag Archives: Teaching About Race & Religion

  Alex: So it seems you decided to teach AS334 (Race, Religion, and Caste in India and America) again in WN21? In our earlier conversation from March 2020, you talked a little bit about this course but you weren’t thinking Read more…

SK: Since our last discussion, several significant conversations have taken place in the media and other channels on the need to address and correct overt forms of racism and violence seen in our culture and society. Major corporations, news-media networks, Read more…

Can you say a little bit about the course readings and the overall structure of the course? The full name of this course is, Race, Religion and Caste in India and the USA:  Patterns of Prejudice. It’s a bit of Read more…


Arvind-Pal S. Mandair
Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures

Tara Singh & Balwant Kaur Chattha, Gurbax Singh & Kirpal Kaur Brar Professor of Sikh Studies

Philosophy/Religion/Postcolonial Theory/Sikh Studies/South Asian Studies

Email: amandair@umich.edu
Phone: 734.763.6307
Office: 202 South Thayer Street
Office 6016
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1608

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