India: National Identity & the Arts
Sponsor: School for International Training (SIT)
Location: Delhi, India
Description:This program studies the visual and performing arts of India – its architecture, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, film, dance, music, and drama – in historic and contemporary contexts, and students are challenged to consider the relationship between religion, art, and identity. Intensive Hindi language instruction, interdisciplinary lectures, and an independent research project complete the study of art history as a window through which to view this complex nation.
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To apply, Northwestern students must:
- Complete an NU Study Abroad Application by the appropriate deadline
- Complete a SIT application by the program's deadline
Languages: English, Hindi
Language Requirements:None; however, students must take a Hindi language course during the program.
Housing:Urban and rural home stays, hostels, and hotels.
Estimated costs, Fall 2012
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