The South Asia Faculty Working Group aims to promote public and scholarly engagement with the arts, cultures, politics, religions, history, languages and literatures of South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. By providing a forum for scholars to discuss projects, ideas, and approaches in research and teaching, the working group seeks to deepen understanding of the region on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus and in the surrounding community. The group is supported by contributions from the Center for Global Initiatives and the Carolina Asia Center, with additional funding for specific events from other campus departments.
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Department of Asian Studies offers an undergraduate major concentration in South Asian Studies.
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Department of Asian Studies offers an undergraduate minor concentration in Hindi-Urdu.
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Department of Asian Studies offers a number of courses on Persian language and culture.
Thirteen of Carolina’s 40+ Asia-related student organizations have a specific South Asia focus. South Asia-related student activities range from a cappella to classical Indian dance.
UNC-Chapel Hill offers a variety of courses with South Asia content across multiple disciplines. The Carolina Asia Center maintains an updated list each semester.