Curricular and Co-Curricular Activities

The Center for India and South Asia promotes the variety of courses and co-curricular activities at Rollins that offer students insight into South Asian culture, and raise awareness of social, economic and political topics relating to India and South Asia.

Rollins Courses Related to India and South Asia

ANT 205 Asian Film and Culture

ANT 233 Indian Ocean in Antiquity 

ANT 234 Archaeology of South Asia

ANT 303 Women’s Global Health

ANT 306 Medicine & Culture

ANT 305 Sufi-Buddhist Mysticism

ARH 270 Arts of Buddhism

INB 311 Asian Business Environment

HIS 291 Researching Asian History

POL 325 Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia

REL 113 Asian Religions

REL 212 Indian & the Infinite:  Religion & Society

REL 221 Judaism & Islam Dialogue

REL 230 Buddhism: Theory & Practice

REL 240 Buddhist Philosophy

REL 241 Buddhist Ethics

REL 300 Religion and the Body

REL 340 Zen Buddhism

REL 351 Religion and Food 

REL 490 Senior Sem: Mind & Meditation 

SEB 220 Global Development Challenges & Opportunities

Field Studies

India and the Infinite: Field Study to India

Dr. Yudit Greenberg, Professor of Religion, led the field study in Winter of 2012. Students traveled to Delhi, Rishikesh, Agra, and Varanasi to learn about the spiritual traditions of India.