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The South Asia National Outreach Council announces the Inaugural South Asia Book Awards.
The two 2012 Award Books are Same, Same but Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shawn (Henry Holt and Company), and Island's End by Padma Venkatraman (G.P. Putnam's Sons, division of Penguin Young Readers Group). Out of the thirty submissions for this year's award, four books were selected as Honor Books, and five additional books were recognized as Highly Commended books. The award information can be found on SABA's new website: www.southasiabookaward.org.
The announcement of the award winners, honor books and other commended titles is attached. We will circulate an annotated version of the list widely, to inform teachers, librarians and others about the fine books available dealing with South Asia and South Asians living in the diasporas. Please help spread the news of the award with your center community!
We plan to present the award in conjunction with the 41st Annual Conference on South Asia at the Overture Center in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, October 13, 2012, 6-8:30pm.
The South Asia National Outreach Council is a consortium of 8 South Asia National Resource Centers who work together to improve curriculum and instruction about Soht Asia in the United States. This project is funded by a grant under the provisions of Title VI by the US Education Department.
The following resources are intended for the use of K-14 educators in the Pacific Northwest. Please call (206) 543-4800 or email for details.
Videos about South Asia for use in the classroom.
Books, pamphlets and other items, some of which are reproducible.
Audiotapes, maps, clothing, etc., for use in the classroom.
The Artists of Nathadwara Learn about the art, artists, and temple of the Rajasthani town of Nathadwara
OutreachWorld: A Resource for Teaching Kids About the World
Exploring Asia: Youth and Childhood: Our 2007 Newspapers in Education Series and Curriculum Guide
Classroom Activities About India: Lessons written by Fulbright 1998 Teachers. Includes lessons on Arranged Marriages, What is Sacred?, Education in India, An Eye for an Eye Makes the Whole World Blind: Teaching Modern Indian History through the film Gandhi, You Who Have Sprung from Heaven and Earth: A Self-Directed Exploration of Hindu Mythology, Discovering Demographics: A Lesson in Reading, Interpreting, and Displaying Demographic Data, Tradition and Modernity: Forming Connections between Cultures
The Shah Bano Case: A Teaching Unit
Ask Asia's lessons plans on India.
New York Times Kashmir in the Crossfire
Full Ride College Scholarships for Studying Hindi or Urdu: the Hindi-Urdu Flagship Program at University of Texas
|South Asia Center|
|University of Washington|
|303 Thomson Hall|
|Seattle, WA 98195|
|(206) 543-4800 phone|
|(206) 685-0668 fax|
|Anand Yang, Director|
|Keith Snodgrass, Associate Director|
|Molly Wilskie-Kala, Program Coordinator|
|Katherine Cofell, Research Assistant|
|Robyn Davis, FLAS Coordinator|
|Sunila Kale, Graduate Program Coordinator|