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Student Voices: Resilient Design to Resilient Buildings: Quality Assurance in Nepal’s Remote Mountains
During their time at Harvard, the artists will display their work on campus, meet with students, attend courses, and give a public seminar.
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.
Angela Leocata, Harvard College ’18, interned at Sangath in Goa over the summer to research community-based intervention for maternal depression.
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.
Rachel Parikh (@rachel.parikh), the Calderwood Curatorial Fellow of South Asian Art at Harvard Art Museums took over SAI’s Instagram account (@HarvardSAI) to highlight some of the museum’s amazing South Asian Art collection.
Shaiba Rather, Harvard College ’17, spent her summer conducting research for her senior thesis on the bans of the production and consumption of beef in India. “This topic contributes to a larger question of how identity politics are mobilized in multicultural democracies,” she writes.
Rachel Parikh, the Calderwood Curatorial Fellow of South Asian Art at Harvard Art Museums, will be posting from Nov. 7 – 11 will be posting some highlights from the Museum’s extensive collection.
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.