'Who Are 'We'? Reimagining Alterity and Affinity in Anthropology' co-edited by Professor Nayanika Mathur has just been published by Berghahn Books (New York).
Emeritus Professor, Barbara Harriss-White, is speaking on petty production and India's development.
Further information about the conference can be found in these articles:
Prof Matthew McCartney, Dr Muhammad Ali Jan and four Modern South Asian Studies master's students travelled to Warsaw from 6th-9th May for a conference.
Here are their reflections:
We are proud to share the following article by one of our alumni published in the Citizen in September 2017.
ACCELERATING ECONOMIC GROWTH IN PAKISTAN: KEY MACRO AND SECTIONAL DRIVERS
Venue: Main Library, Burki Campus
March 28th: 9.00am-5.30pm
March 29th 9.00am-5.30pm
For details please visit: www.creb.org.pk
Asma Jahangir was a staunch human rights activist, a leading lawyer and fearless supporter of democracy and rule of law in Pakistan.
CSASP students are currently gearing up for a visit to to the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw, from May 12th to 15th. This is the return portion of an exchange plan between the two departments which saw IIR students and staff visit Area Studies in March this year.
Read the article Minoritarian Rule: How India's Electoral System Created the Illusion of a BJP Landslide in Economic and Political Weekly.This article was co-authored by Babak Moussavi who graduated from the MSc in Contemporary Ind
February 2015 sees the end of a very successful one month visiting scholarship for four PhD students from Pakistan hosted by Wolfson College and the Contemporary South Asia Programme in SIAS.
On Monday January 19th, CSASP welcomed our first four students from the Lahore School of Economics as part of the University's Recognised Student programme.
The students will be attending seminars and groups of interest across the Univeristy, whilst working on their PhDs.
SIAS and Oriental Studies are delighted to note that our REF2014 submission was the largest made to the Area Studies panel by a considerable margin.