We are back on campus with in-person events and an exciting line-up of speakers on key topics impacting South Asia. We’ll be launching two Mittal Institute books, including one on Meritocracy in India and China and the other on the 1947 Partition of British India; hosting a conference on Pakistan’s 75 years of independence; and featuring our Visiting Artist Fellows with an opening reception. We are also looking forward to hosting Ali Sethi on September 14 for a tribute to “75 Years of Azadi: A Celebration of South Asia.”
Tag : students
This spring, join us for a discussion reflecting on South Asia’s recovery from COVID-19; a talk on Afghanistan after the collapse; a lecture on India’s energy economy; a discussion on the socieconomic nuances of waste in South Asia; and more. Keep scrolling to read about the events we’ll be hosting this semester.
Are you a Harvard student looking to fund your language study, internship, or research on South Asia this winter? Applications for our graduate and undergraduate grants are open for Winter 2021! Be sure to apply by Friday, October 22, at 11:59 p.m.
In a talk on Friday, September 10, international journalists shared their perspectives on the US withdrawal from Afghanistan during . Watch the video from the event, “Implications: Regional Perspectives on the US Withdrawal from Afghanistan,” which was sponsored by the Asia Center and co-sponsored by the Mittal Institute.