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DAK 33 spring 2019

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DAK 32 fall 2018

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DAK 30 spring 2017

DAK 29 fall 2016

DAK 28, Spring 2016

DAK 27, Summer 2015

Dak 26, Fall 2014

Dak 25, Spring 2014

DAK 24, Summer 2013

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Dak 21, Spring 2011

Dak 20, Fall 2010

DAK 19, Spring 2010

DAK 18, Fall 2009

DAK 17, Winter 2008/2009

DAK 16, Spring 2008

AIIS Junior Fellow Jazmin Graves Named one of the Global Top 100 Most Influential People of African Descent Under 40

AIIS congratulates junior fellow Jazmin Graves on being named one of the MIPAD Global Top 100 Most Influential People of African Descent Under 40. The Most Influential People of African Descent excellence organization provides global recognition and leadership training to enhance the local impact of current and future

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AIIS Receives Grant from the U.S. Embassy in India for a Museum and Heritage Conservation Summit

AIIS received a grant to hold a three-day Museum and Heritage Conservation Summit which will bring together museum professionals in India including curators, administrators and conservationists, as well as some alumni of the Art Conservationist Fellowships, to engage with each other and American counterparts on important aspects

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AIIS 2017-2018 Fellowship Recipients

The American Institute of Indian Studies is Pleased to Announce that the Following Scholars have been Awarded Fellowships to Carry Out their Projects in India in 2017-2018: Adam Auerbach, an assistant professor in the School of International Service at American University, was awarded a senior short-term fellowship

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AIIS 2017 Book Prizes Awarded to Radhika Govindrajan and to Diane Coffey and Dean Spears

The Edward Cameron Dimock, Jr. Prize in the Indian Humanities was awarded to Radhika Govindrajan for Animal Intimacies: Interspecies Relations in India’s Central Himalayas The Joseph W. Elder Prize in the Indian Social Sciences was awarded to Diane Coffey and Dean Spears, joint authors of Where India Goes: Abandoned Toilets, Stunted

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