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Oral History Interview with Aparna Ganguli



DESCRIPTION
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Aparna Ganguli was born and grew up in India. She attended school and college in India and received a graduate degree. She immigrated to the United States in the early 1960s. More recently, she received a doctorate in Minnesota and currently teaches at a university. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Background, experiences in India, childhood, college experiences, marriage, arriving and adjusting to the U.S.-cultural differences. Visits to India. Educational experiences in the U.S., work history. Experiences in the Indian community, School of India for Language and Culture (SILC), Bengali Association. Retaining and passing on cultural values, maintaining family ties.

ADDITIONAL METADATA
Date: December 6, 1994
Subject(s): Aparna Ganguli
Type: Oral History
Language: English
Creator: Polly Sonifer
Location: Shoreview, MN

PROVENANCE
Holding Institution: Minnesota Historical Society
Collection: India Association of Minnesota Oral History Project
Additional Information: Phase 1
Item History: 2016-11-03 (created); 2016-11-03 (modified)

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