On Dec. 5, Harvard’s Asia related centers hosted an event in which experts discussed what’s next for Asia in a Trump administration. It is the first in a series of public talks at Harvard on U.S.-Asia relations during Trump’s presidency.
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Working paper: Gender, Governance, and Labor: The Globalized Commodity Chain and the Bangladesh Garment Industry
A recent working paper by Fauzia Ahmed, SAI Research Affiliate, explores the framework of gender, governance, and labor, at all levels of the global value chain: workers; factory owners; buyers; and consumers.
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In a column for the Indian Express, Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University, who studies ethnic conflict and peace, democracy, and political economy in India, argues that the Trump vote is not primarily born of globalization anxieties, but is rather the outcome of white nationalism.
In this video, architecture historian and critic Kenneth Frampton talks about the processes of urbanization. He advocates for landscape architecture and the megaform as tools for mediating the rise of today’s megalopolis.
SAI has partnered with the Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School, led by Steering Committee member Kristen Stilt, to examine animal agriculture from the Middle East to Asia.
The workshop will bring together experts to exchange ideas as an initial step toward the goal of a broader collaborative research project.
Islam is the director of the Boston Water Group, a diverse group of researchers and practitioners who but work around the world to address problems that involve water.
At a recent meeting of the Brown/Harvard/MIT Joint Seminar on South Asian Politics on Oct. 14,
Prerna Singh, Brown University, compared the success of the smallpox vaccine in 19th century Calcutta and Canton to show that new medical technologies must be embedded in existing cultural norms to be effective.
Dinyar Patel, a Harvard alum who is now an Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina, recently co-edited a volume of selected correspondences from the Dadabhai Naoroji Papers. “People like Naoroji were talking about a lot of similar issues to what politicians are talking about now in India,” Patel said in an interview with SAI.