Representing Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, the council members will provide support and advisement for the Arts at SAI program.
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In a SAI webinar on Dec. 3, Mukti Khaire, Harvard Business School, explained why handcrafted items are losing their relevance in contemporary markets.
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.
Based on her research in the city of Lahore, Laila Bushra, SAI’s Babar Ali Fellow, discussed the connection between the influence of Islamist groups in Pakistan and civin Islamist infrastructure in a seminar on November 5.
A SAI webinar on Nov. 17 showed how this type of health intervention has significant potential for public health at future events, from natural disasters to refugee resettlements.
Call for Applications: Rural Livelihood in the Indian Crafts Sector – Capacity Building Program and Social Innovation Grant
The capacity building curriculum for organizations will will equip them with practical skills, tools, and knowledge that they require to maximize and deepen the impact of their work and the scale of their activities.
At the Asia Society in New York on November 6, faculty leaders discussed how the Kumbh Mela is an opportunity to learn about megacities, possibly illuminating solutions to natural disasters that require temporary housing.
Sunil Amrith led a virtual discussion on Nov. 5 with teachers about Sea of Poppies, a historical novel that sheds light on 19th century India.
SAI’s inaugural Visiting Artist, Ranjit Kandalgaonkar, spent this week at Harvard meeting students and faculty and visiting courses.