India

Winter/16

Looking back on a century of results, School of Social Service Administration dean Neil B. Guterman shares SSA’s plans to make a global impact on social work.

07.07.2015

Chicago Booth’s Anita Rao and Stanford’s Wesley R. Hartmann use demographic data to figure out if moviegoers prefer bigger screens or more choices.
May–June/14

A new home in India deepens the University’s historic academic connections to the country and concentrates its expertise on complex global problems.

Nov/37

From our print archive: The story of University administrator William B. Benton’s 1937 conversation with the Mahatma.

11.06.2013

The University celebrates ties to India, old and new.

06.28.2013

An early 20th-century student called for Indian independence and Gandhian ideals.
04.09.2013

Showcasing India’s cultural diversity, Sahmat stops in Chicago.

Mar–Apr/13

The Sahmat collective galvanizes artists across India to create work that resists divisive politics. For 24 years, famous and fledgling artists alike have painted portraits, designed posters, performed on city streets, and more. A retrospective exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art tells their story.

Jan–Feb/13

Sometimes it’s as much about the journey as the destination.

Jan–Feb/13

In 1956, two new PhDs drove a Land Rover from Austria to India to begin the research that would be their life’s work. Notes from their journey.

05.31.2012

A scholar uncovers the social history of chai, and develops a taste for it along the way.
Jan–Feb/12

In India, College students find the artistic roots of a modern nation.