Summer Sanskrit at Michigan
mmdesh at umich.edu
Wed Mar 29 18:26:52 UTC 1995
Since I would be the person teaching Sanskrit in the summer at Michigan,
I would like to add the following footnote to Bill's message below. We
need a minimum of eight students to get the course going. I am prepared
to give as much time to the potential students to enroll as I can.
Please communicate to the potential students you know that they should
get in touch with Michigan as soon as they possibly can. The person to
contact is Lee Schlesinger, Phone: (313) 764-0352; Email:
Schlesin at umich.edu
On Wed, 29 Mar 1995, Bill Gorvine wrote:
> To colleages and friends with an interest in South Asia:
> I am a second year grad student at the University of Virginia with a favor
> to ask: I am trying to generate further awareness of, and interest in, the
> University of Michigan's summer language course in elementary Sanskrit.
> My personal interest in this stems from insoluble scheduling problems; up
> to this point, I have been unable to begin Sanskrit language training -- a
> very significant part of my program. I have applied for and been planning
> to enroll in the course to be offered at Michigan, but the status of this
> course is now in doubt due to limited enrollment.
> Many of you have probably received some information on this program
> somewhere along the line, and may have already made it available to others;
> nevertheless, I wanted to let you know that the Michigan people have told
> me it is still not too late for interested students to get information and
> to apply. (The original deadline was March 1.) I would therefore like to
> ask for your help in getting the word out in the appropriate places -- it
> is the first time Michigan has tried to offer Sanskrit over the summer and
> I think it's a good thing for all of us when programs like this can remain
> in operation from year to year.
> Interested students should contact the Center for South and Southeast Asian
> Studies by phone (313) 764-0352 or e-mail csseas at umich.edu for information
> and application materials.
> Thank you very much for your help.
> Bill Gorvine
> Dept. of Religious Studies
> University of Virginia
> wmg4c at virginia.edu
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