STORIES FROM THE TAMIL DIASPORA by Praveen Vijaykumar
What does it look like when worlds collide and create new communities? “Stories from the Tamil Diaspora” traces a Singaporean Tamil family’s history back to Tamil Nadu, India, in the early 20th century. The presenter shares experiences of British colonialism, Tamil performing arts practices, and Singapore’s transition from colony to an independent, multicultural, and global nation. Students will gain intimate insight into Singaporean culture, much of which is reflected in its cuisines. Through storytelling, participants are invited to personally engage with global cultures, reimagine past histories, and discuss positive futures.
The South Asia Center at the University of Pennsylvania (SAC) will generously sponsor the first 10 reservations for this workshop presentation. Each sponsored reservation will be limited to a total of 30 participants. Book today to ensure your spot!
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