Podcast roundup: South Asia focus
Yale faculty, researchers, and guests share their expertise related to South Asia in recent podcast episodes, including:
- Ramachandra Guha, acclaimed author and historian, joined Sunil Amrith, Chair of South Asian Studies Council, for a wide-ranging discussion about India’s politics and pastimes — including, of course, the sport of cricket.
Listen to: History, Democracy, and Cricket: A Conversation with Ramachandra Guha
- The Economic Growth Center’s Voices in Development Podcast recently featured Orazio Attanasio and Costas Meghir discussing an economic perspective on the role of childhood interventions in improving life outcomes. In the episode, they talk about their research in India and other countries.
Listen to: EGC Voices in Development Episode 6
- Srinath Raghavan, India’s preeminent military historian, discussed his forthcoming book and the parallels between Indian politics in the 1970s and today.
Listen to: Indian Politics, 1970 to Today: A Conversation with Srinath Raghavan
To hear more Yale podcasts, visit the Yale Broadcast Center’s podcast collection.