The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has entered into a new multiyear partnership with the Tsinghua University Art Museum at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The partnership features cooperation in the areas of exhibitions, programs, and staff and student exchanges over several years.
An IU delegation visits Mexico City to formally open the IU Mexico Gateway office, make new connections and renew international ties.
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The Indiana University India Gateway has moved its operations to a new centrally located office in Defence Colony, New Delhi, to support IU faculty research and student-focused activities in India. With a prominent location on the south ring-road, the new office provides a highly visible and accessible presence for IU in India.
Scholars from the US, Mexico, Peru, and Argentina host a conference on punk and youth culture across the Americas.
Scholars from the US, Mexico, Peru, and Argentina discuss their essays to be published in an edited volume
Religious authority has been among the most fiercely contested issues among Muslims. Despite its significant implications for Muslims and non-Muslims alike this subject has also been among the least studied in the West and has proven particularly baffling for outside observers and for policy makers. In this initiative, through local, national and international collaborative work, scholars analyze the causes, spectra and consequences of the plurality of authority in Islam in South Asia and create a novel, comprehensive, multi-lingual and global-reaching analytical framework to study this question.