This public seminar presents findings from an international research project investigating the socio-political effects of Nepal’s 2015 earthquakes in dialogue with scholars working on disasters in other areas of the world. Please register by 26 May noon.
We invite PhD scholars to participate in this exploration and submit their work in the form of case studies, ethnographies, and comparative studies that can situate the debate about the development of the Asian city and its place in national, regional and global processes of mobility, exchange, competition and negotiation.
Join us for the 11th annual, international ADI conference. Keynote speeches by Professor Dr. Dagmar Shäfer, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Professor Eric Tagliacozzo, Cornell University and Dr. Kajri Jain, University of Toronto, as well as panels on a wide range of themes.
Dr. Kajri Jain, Department Associate Professor, Department of Visual Studies, University of Toronto, will give her keynote address entitled: "Gods in the Time of Democracy", as part of the 11th annual ADI Conference held at University of Copenhagen.
Professor Eric Tagliacozzo, Professor of History, Cornell University, will give his keynote address entitled: "How the Indian Ocean Spice Trade Made the World Modern", as part of the 11th annual ADI Conference held at University of Copenhagen.