India Studies at UH

As the preeminent public university in this global city, the University of Houston is committed to the study of world cultures, the promotion of global commerce, and the enhancement of international understanding. The India Studies minor promotes teaching and scholarship focused on the history, politics, economics, languages, religions, and cultures of India.


The Department of Comparative Cultural Studies is pleased to announce the Beatrice and Jesse Mladenka-Fowler Scholarship for full-time UH students.

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In The News

Dr. Vinay Lal - Reading Gandhi: Caveats, Foundations, Hermeneutics
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India Studies Program launches faculty-led study abroad course
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Historic opium trade brought to life
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Author Amitav Ghosh Enlightens Houstonians through Trilogy
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Penguin Press quotes Anjali Kanojia, Assistant Director on Akash Kapur's book, India Becoming
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American Institute of Indian Studies – Fellowships
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Grants for Short-Term, International Research Fellowships in India or Japan
The Arts and Humanities Research Council’s International Placement Scheme (IPS) is an exciting scheme, offering funded, short, overseas research fellowships for Early Career Researchers and PhD students. Learn More