South Asia @ LSE
LSE's engagement with South Asia
In Fashioning Diaspora: Beauty, Femininity and South Asian American Culture, Vanita Reddy examines how beauty is a mobilising and socialising force implicated in the shaping ...more
The development narrative in Nepal often focusses almost exclusively on how to raise funds for Nepal’s considerable infrastructure needs. Ashutosh Mani Dixit and Bishal K ...more
Ashley J. Tellis featured on the foreign policy panel at India @ 70: LSE India Summit 2017. Following the session, he spoke to Sonali Campion ...more
Lower female labour force participation is common across the South Asia and MENA regions but analysis of this issue often miss important factors. Here, Naila Kabeer ...more
At the LSE India Summit 2017 Rebecca Bowers spoke to panellist Anu Aga about her insights on CSR collaboration between sectors and the philanthropic work ...more
As part of a research project exploring perceptions of Pakistan, Farzana Shaikh discussed how its image is compromised by a disconnect between the stated position of ...more
As the Prime Minister of Bangladesh visits India, Falguni Tewari takes stock of the Teesta river water dispute which is a key discussion point. She writes ...more
Harish Alagappa and Sonali Campion report from the second day of India @ 70: LSE India Summit 2017, which saw an engaging panel that featured ...more
In February Ali Rez and Assam Khalid spoke at the South Asia Centre on the topic of art and marketing as a protest device in ...more
Jangnamah poetry is a literary form dating back to the 16th century, used by Punjabi authors to narrate conflict. Here Raman Singh Chhina discusses the ...more
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