The American Institute of Indian Studies Welcomes CMC

CMC recently became an institutional member of the American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS), which is headquartered at the University of Chicago and has several academic centers spread around India. Established in 1961, AIIS is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about India and the promotion of intellectual engagement with India in American institutions of higher education.

Aleta Wenger (Executive Director for International Programs) says, “CMC’s institutional membership in AIIS will strengthen and expand opportunities for CMC students and faculty in India, as we will be able to utilize its centers, resource libraries, and other facilities in India.”

Associate Professor of Religious Studies Cynthia Humes will visit AIIS in India during a faculty research trip to India in July, 2012.

Daniel Michon, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Ketan Mahtre, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Aseema Sinha, Wagener Family Associate Professor of Comparative Politics and George R. Roberts Fellow
Gregory Hess, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty
Mona Mehta, Assistant Professor of Politics & International Relations, Scripps College
Cynthia Humes, Associate Professor of Religious Studies
Nita Kumar, Brown Family Chair of South Asian History
Ananda Ganguly, Morcos Massoud Associate Professor of Accounting and George R. Roberts Fellow