The 2017-2018 academic year at Kennesaw State University is the Year of India! Featuring a full calendar of academic and cultural events exploring India's rich political, economic, and artistic history, the Year of India offers Kennesaw State students and members of the Atlanta community a variety of ways to engage with Indian culture.
For students who would like to earn academic credit while participating in Year of India programs, the University offers several courses in the fall and spring in conjunction with the Year of India including a course in the spring semester with a study abroad component. Whether you are interested in Indian literature, cinema, gender studies, and more, there is a course that will be as rewarding as it is challenging.
Explore this site to learn more about the diverse ways that the University has organized to make the Year of India into an exciting, engaging, and academically challenging country study program.
In addition, The Division of Global Affairs wants to thank the students in Kristine Hwang's Design Practicum for developing the visual collateral for the Year of India, including Kate Thiel, who developed the program's logo, and Tyler Cochran, who designed this year's poster. The following students also contributed to the creation of a full suite of materials: Allie Williams, Celianne Pianeta, Jenna Amburgy, Kayleen MacDonald, Lacey Mccloskey and Project Manager Janay Griffiths.
- Oct10Multilingualism and Educational Policy in Morocco: Pedagogies of Teaching Arabic Time: 02:00 pm Location: Sturgis Library 101
- Oct16Western Sahara Time: All-day Event Location: TBD
- Nov07Al Andalus, the Reconquista, and the Origins of Epistemic Blackness Time: 05:00 pm Location: TBD