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Contact Information
  
  • Librarian: Marion Frank-Wilson
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library E660
  • Phone: (812) 855-1481
Libraries & Subjects
  
last updated: 9/10/2012

India Studies

India Studies at Indiana University focuses on the interdisciplinary study of modern India. Resources in political science, religious studies, language, literature, economics, film, folklore, journalism, history, philosophy, theater, art, criminal justice, Near Eastern languages and cultures, Tibetan studies, and music as well as reference tools are included in the collections. Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, and Bengali (Bangla) are regularly taught and supported through library acquisitions.

 

The Hindi, Sanskrit and Urdu literature, language and linguistics collections are obtained primarily through a profile established with the Library of Congress's South Asia Cooperative Acquisitions Program (SACAP) in New Delhi. Bengali language materials are acquired selectively. All formats are collected including e-books, dvds, and videos. Use IUCAT to search for these materials.

 

Resources in political science, religious studies, language, literature, economics, film, folklore, journalism, history, philosophy, theater, art, criminal justice, Near Eastern languages and cultures, Tibetan studies, and music as well as reference tools are included in the collections.

 

Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, and Bengali (Bangla) are regularly taught and supported through library acquisitions.

The Hindi, Sanskrit and Urdu literature, language and linguistics collections are obtained primarily through a profile established with the Library of Congress's South Asia Cooperative Acquisitions Program (SACAP) in New Delhi. Bengali language materials are acquired selectively.

 

All formats are collected including e-books, dvds, and videos. Use IUCAT to search for these materials.

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last updated: 9/10/2012