Professor Erin McGlothlin and Professor Anika Walke have been awarded a 2-year, $8,000 grant from the Holocaust Educational Foundation to help defray the cost of student travel associated with their Freshman Focus program The History, Memory,
Once confined largely to India and surrounding South Asian countries, languages have started to spread around the world, along with its speakers. People from India have travelled to the US in the past half century in search of economic opportunities, and in so doing have brought Indian languages with them. Regardless of one’s relation to Indian culture and its linguistic and religious diversity, it is virtually impossible to escape its influence in the US.
Mohammad J. Warsi, PhD, is interviewed for a special report in the New Delhi newspaper City 360. This article covers topics related to Professor Warsi's wok in South Asian languages and linguistics, further outlining his recent discovery of a new dialect of Urdu.