Hindi Taster Class


Dr Peter Friedlander


Room W1.21, Baldessin Precinct (110), Ellery Crescent, ANU


Monday, 7 May, 2018 - 17:00 to 18:00

Hindi is the primary official language of India, and as such is crucial for a student with a passion for India and its culture and society. India lies just over the horizon of most Australians' perceptions, but the coming rise of this massive nation and its concomitant importance for Australia means that a knowledge of Hindi will be economically invaluable in the very near future.

Savour a “taste” of Hindi in this class and find out how it can enrich your degree at ANU!

Dr Peter Friedlander is convenor and lecturer of Hindi at ANU College of Asia & the Pacific. He lived in India from 1977-1982 where he learned Hindi in Varanasi. He then studied at SOAS (London University) and completed his PhD on the life and works of the medieval Hindi poet-saint Ravidas in 1991. He has taught Hindi language, Buddhist Studies and Indian studies for Antioch University abroad (Bodhgaya), La Trobe University (Melbourne), and the National University of Singapore.




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