Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Roundtable Discussion: Himalayan Research at UBC​

This event is an interdisciplinary roundtable discussion featuring the research of several UBC graduate students. With participants from Humanities, Social Sciences, and Medicine, the roundtable will initiate conversations across disciplines and showcase exciting projects focusing on the Himalayan region from across the university.

Discussion begins at 5pm.

About the speakers:
Omer Aijazi
The Affective Geographies of Kashmir: Public and Private Intimacies of Landscape.
Affiliation: Department of Educational Studies, Liu Institute for Global Issues

Kia Dullemond
Eliciting health needs in orphaned populations: A Photovoice project in Nepal.
Affiliation: Faculty of Medicine

Armaan Malhotra
Affiliation: Faculty of Medicine

Dhondup Tashi Rekjong
Muge Samten: A Cultural Hero – How Tibetan intellectuals preserved Tibetan history, language, and culture under Chinese colonialism.
Affiliation: Department of Asian Studies

Bendi Tso / Yujie Ji
Shallow Chone Tibetan-Dual linguistic and cultural hegemonies of Chinese and Amdo Tibetan over Chone Tibetan and its speakers.
Affiliation: Anthropology

This event is sponsored by the Himalaya Program and the Department of Asian Studies.


RSVP for this free event here.

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