SAI welcomes applications from emerging artists in South Asia to come to Harvard University to participate in discourse with students and faculty on critical issues. The deadline for Spring 2016 is January 8, 2016.
Category : Pakistan
Representing Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, the council members will provide support and advisement for the Arts at SAI program.
This week, SAI welcomed Basir Mahmood, an artist based in Lahore, Pakistan, to Harvard as the second Visiting Artist, as part of SAI’s Arts Program.
The conference aims to identify existing challenges, best practices, and innovations around mental health relief efforts in the wake of natural and manmade disasters.
Mahmood uses video, film, and photographs to build various forms of narratives. He will be at Harvard next week as SAI’s second Visiting Artist.
Imran Sarwar, Harvard Kennedy School alum, is the co-founder of Rabtt, which aims to change the education landscape in Pakistan.
The South Asia Institute is saddened to hear about the earthquake that struck South Asia earlier today. Our thoughts are with all of the people affected by the disaster.
While at Harvard, Dr. Younas will focus his research on two areas: 1) The connection between education and political violence, and 2) the perspectives of the recipient country in situations where donor countries provide grants and loans.
SAI offers research, internship, and language study grants to Harvard graduate students and Harvard College undergraduate students for the winter session.
SAI hosted its first webinar of the semester on September 15 titled ‘Using Cell Phones to Study Behavior: From Individuals to Entire Nations’ with JP Onnela, HSPH.
The first webinar, on September 15, will focus on using cell phones to study behavior.