Silencing the Voice of the Indigenous: The Aryan Invasion/Migration Theory

Silencing the Voice of the Indigenous: The Aryan Invasion/Migration Theory

This Roundtable discussion at the World History Association Conference, examines the ongoing problems associated with the Aryan Invasion/Migration Theory, and the controversies involving the late-18th and 19th-century origins of this theory and its explicit service to European national and colonialist interests and agendas. This historiographical controversy centers on academic arguments that still dominate the field, […]

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The Transmission of Dharma

The Transmission of Dharma

Dharma Chintana Ultimately, a civilization rests on its ability to transmit its values, goals and aims, priorities, practices, rituals, art, science and knowledge systems, spirituality, festivals and food habits, and indeed all that may be deemed to constitute its culture, with as much fidelity as possible from one generation to another. A unique distinguishing characteristic […]

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UCI expresses continued interest

UCI expresses continued interest

After sustained engagement with the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (OEOD), the University of California has issued a letter to Dharma Civilization Foundation, expressing both regret for ‘any misunderstanding’ as well as ‘continued interest’ in working with the Hindu community to establish Chairs at UCI. The full text of the letter can be seen […]

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