In collaboration with the U.S. Consulate General Mumbai, The Queer Muslim Project’s creative writing program helped young writers hone their skills in an inclusive environment.
Jamie Barber explored intersections between science and creative writing during her Fulbright-Nehru fellowship in India.
A Fulbright-Nehru fellow talks about how the exchange program inspired new literary works and initiatives.
An American Fulbright-Nehru English teaching assistant shares her experience of exploring India through language and culture.
Author Martin Puchner talks about the impact of narratives and literature on human behavior toward climate change.
Several U.S. universities offer courses in the study of Sanskrit, even to students with no prior knowledge of any language other than English.
Author and professor Jigna Desai works to transform people’s thinking about power dynamics in the South Asian diaspora.
The International Writing Program Fall Residency at The University of Iowa brings together writers from India and other countries for creative work and collaborations.
The American Writers Museum celebrates writers and inspires people to engage in reading and writing through innovative and interactive exhibits.
Meet six Black women who have written, edited or produced some of America's best literary work of the past 40 years.
Jonathan Safran Foer and Jeffrey Gettleman discuss how daily actions can make an impact in the efforts to combat climate change.
Fulbright-Nehru fellow Alan Johnson talks about his connection to India, his fascination with the country’s literature and the importance of exchanges like the Fulbright program.
Award-winning writer Vijay Seshadri discusses the writing process, and the mysteries inherent in crafting world-renowned poetry.