The liberal arts and humanities college is a value frame or a particular ideal of education. It emphasizes the teacher as an exemplar. Performativity and commitment become important.

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JSLH fosters curriculum, research, and collaborations of the highest standards, and with a global perspective, through a faculty drawn from and educated throughout the world.

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JSLH promotes the spirit of enquiry, introspection and critical engagement with the world at large. Liberal arts and humanities are the critical values associated with a democratic way of life and at JSLH, the students are encouraged to learn not just the academic pointers to a democracy but how to view democracy as an essential prerequisite.

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Kathleen Modrowski

Professor & Dean, JSLH

Dean’s Message

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities (JSLH). As a student in a liberal arts programme you become an intellectual explorer. The dictionary definition of “explorer” is “...somebody who travels to distant or unfamiliar places to find out more about them.” This is a fairly accurate description of a liberal arts education. As a student in this school of liberal arts and humanities, you can now embark on that journey and ask challenging questions, find out what really matters to you, learn about the world as it is and imagine the world as you think it ought to be.

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Dr. Sriroop Chaudhuri

Assistant Professor, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities

Ms. Kathleen A. Modrowski

Professor and Dean, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities

Dr. Maaz Bin Bilal

Assistant Professor

Ms. Ms. Isabel Salovaara

Senior Research Associate and Assistant Director, Jindal Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities

Mr. Achia Anzi

Assistant Professor