PAMA’s “Meet Harari” is a short-term transdisciplinary online or residential academic program meant for students, researchers, teachers, and science practitioners irrespective of disciplinary backgrounds. The objective of the program is to facilitate inquisitive readers with rigorous self-learning experience. The program aims to provide a guided opportunity to bring out reflective, critical, and creative output from the interns on the intellectual contributions* of Yuval Noah Harari. One or more PAMA research associates, as mentors would help a selected intern to design the internship topic or proposal and supervise the internship output. They would be your teachers to teach on Harari!
The minimum duration of the residential/ online internships would be 21 days including the three days of orientation.
The interns will get Pama Internship Certificates with details of their quality engagement in the “Meet Harari” self-learning programme. Those interns blessed with multi-tasking skills will be encouraged to undertake additional internships on Pattanam site and finds which will fetch additional merit certificates without additional expenses.
Registration fee for an Indian applicant is Rs 3000 (International Students - $100)
See the Internship registration link in PAMA website.
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The registration would facilitate an applicant with a 3-day residential orientation programme at the archaeological site of Pattanam, with access to PAMA research resources, accommodation, Wi-Fi facilities and homely food. The 3-day orientation is meant to fine-tune the objectives, sources*, methods and reflective output of the internships. Orientation of online students will be organized through virtual meetings. Any additional stay at Pattanam would be charged with Rs 300 ($5) per day till the residential internship concludes.
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