A South Asia Research Cluster event.
South Asian Studies
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Professor Craig Jeffrey and Dr. Jane Dyson are based at the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University. They work on questions around youth and social change in modern India. The three working papers here, one sole authored by Craig and two joint papers, examine different aspects of social transformation with particular reference to young people aged 18-30. The papers show how youth can provide a lens through which to think about many of the key changes affecting modern India.
A Not-so-Hidden Transcript: India's Stance in International Climate Change Negotiations.
"The New Delhi Durbar: What it means for Nepal and for South Asia"
ROHINI MOHAN will read from her new book on Sri Lanka: ‘Seasons of Trouble’ (Verso).
"Pakistan is a viable and not a failed state if...?"
Part of the South Asian History Seminar Programme. See the St. Antony's Asian Studies website for more details.