Additional Resources



 

The following resources are available to educators in the Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Hawaii, British Columbia, the Yukon, and Alberta.

To order any of these items, call, write or email the South Asia Resource Center:
University of Washington
303 Thomson Hall, Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195
(206) 543-4800

 

 

  • The Mythic Impulse: Gods and Animals in Indian Art, a Teacher Workshop presented by the Education/Outreach Department of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. A collection of slides of animals depicted in various media in Indian art, with Introduction, Bibliography, Selected Readings, Selected Activities, Timeline, Map, Slide List and Slide Descriptions.

 

  • The Noble Path: Buddhist Art of South Asia and Tibet Includes Teacher Packet and Activity Guide. Based on an earlier exhibit at the Sackler Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution. Has reproducible activities.

 

  • Illustration and Illumination; Indian Miniature Painting, a Teacher Workshop presented by the Education/Outreach Department of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. A collection of slides of Indian miniature paintings, with Introduction, Bibliography, Selected Activities, Timeline, Map, Slide List and Slide Descriptions.

 

  • The Islamic Arts of Asia, a Teacher Workshop presented by the Education/Outreach Department of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. A collection of slides Central, West and South Asian Islamic Art, including, paintings, architecture, pottery and calligraphy, with Introduction, Bibliography, Selected Activities, Maps, Slide List and Slide Descriptions.

 

  • Tibetan Prayer Flags

 

  • An "India Box" containing Indian Clothing, Foods, an Atlas, and many other items

 

  • Various Posters and Maps

 

  • Acting Gandhi: an Interview with Sir Richard Attenborough and Ben Kingsley(cassette tape)

 

  • The Living Arts of India: Folk Tales From India, Satti Khanna (side 1) and The Music of India, Nazir Jairazbhoy (side 2)(cassette tape)(The Asia Society, Smithsonian Institution and the United Nation's Children's Fund)

 

  • The Living Arts of India: Music from Aditi, Kate and Ralph Rinzler (side 1), Namaste India (side 2)(cassette tape)(The Asia Society, Smithsonian Institution and the United Nation's Children's Fund)

 

  • Islam today and Tomorrow, National Public Radio Education Services, 1981 (cassette tape)

 

  • Gandhi, National Public Radio Education Services, 1981 (cassette tape)
South Asia Center
University of Washington
303 Thomson Hall
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195
(206) 543-4800 phone
(206) 685-0668 fax
sascuw@u.washington.edu

Anand Yang, Director

Keith Snodgrass, Associate Director

Molly Wilskie-Kala, Program Coordinator

Nick Gottschall, Graduate Student Assistant

Robyn Davis, FLAS Coordinator
206-616-8679
rldavis@uw.edu

Sunila Kale, Graduate Program Coordinator