Special Issue on Dr. Rahuldeep Singh Gill
|As a scholar of Sikh Studies, Dr. Rahuldeep Singh Gill’s pedagogy, speaking, and writing all|
drew from a source of deep conviction to bring Gurbaani to life through disciplined action
towards tangible justice. Completing his worldly journey on December 31st, 2021, Dr. Gill’s
impact has been felt across the discipline and beyond. Professor of Religious Studies at
California Lutheran University, Director of the University’s Sarah W. Heath Center for Equality
and Justice, and active participant in Black Lives Matter’s Los Angeles chapter, Dr. Gill was
known to friends, students, and comrades alike for his embodied practice of Sikhi – a practice
some called compassionate action. Many have cited this practice as their own inspiration for
remaining committed to pursuing justice or scholarship from the lens of Gursikhi Jeevan.
Keywords: Rahuldeep Singh Gill, Sikh Studies, researcher subjectivity, Sikh Academic subjectivity
Forging a Piram Piyala in Sikh Studies: Meditations on Life, Love, and Scholarship – Editorial Team
SRJ V7N2 Winter 2022 Special Issue – Dr. Rahuldeep Singh Gill
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|The Editorial Team|
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