Category : Pakistan
On March 24, SAI hosted a panel discussion in collaboration with the “Megacities Asia” exhibition on display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
The members will support SAI’s Arts Program, which connects South Asia’s curators, museum administrators, artists, and art educators with Harvard faculty and students to advance understanding and appreciation of South Asian art.
This commentary, by professors at Pomona College and the Harvard Kennedy School who have long studied Pakistan, argues that the Taliban’s attacks on schools and colleges there are a particularly dangerous threat to that nation’s future.
SAI’s third annual publication is a collection of essays from diverse disciplines about the evolution of technology in the region.
Former SAI Aman fellow Muhammad Zahir is working with the the Japanese Center for South Asian Cultural Heritage to preserve archaeological sites in Pakistan that are deteriorating.
Global Networking Night events will be held in Bengaluru, Islamabad, New Delhi, and Yangon on January 12.
The conference, held Dec. 16-18 in Karachi, aimed to identify existing challenges, best practices, and innovations around mental health relief efforts.
Today, the South Asia Institute’s thoughts are with Pakistan as the country marks the one year anniversary of the Peshawar school attack.
SAI has awarded 20 grants to support student projects in India, Nepal, and Pakistan over the Winter Session 2016.