March 23, 2022
I joined colleagues Nimesh Dhungana (Manchester), Katie Oven (Northumbria), Shobhana Pradhan (BBC Media Action – Nepal), and Romola Sanyal (LSE) in this roundtable conversation hosted by the LSE South Asia Centre about disaster governance in Nepal, and how the earthquakes of 2015 have shaped policy to mitigate future disasters.
September 13, 2021
As part of the Un/Predictable Environments Conference in May 2021, I presented my paper “Relational Transformations: Living Political and Environmental Change in Nepal” which draws from my long-term ethnographic work with community members in Dolakha, Nepal. You can find a recording of the event here under the section “Paper Session 13: Managing Change Amidst Uncertain […]
December 11, 2020
My discussion on the Pipal ko Bot podcast about the interaction of Maoist agendas with Dalit and Indigenous movements in Nepal.
October 16, 2020
With colleagues Jeevan Baniya (Social Science Baha, Nepal), Katie Oven (Northumbria University, UK), Mukta Tamang (Tribhuvan University, Nepal), and other colleagues from around the world, I participate in this two part discussion reflecting upon the ethics of disaster research through a set of reflections about the Disaster Studies Manifesto. Please listen to S3E11 – Manifesto […]
August 25, 2020
On August 25th, 2020, I presented a co-authored paper titled ‘House, Household and Home: Revisiting Social Science and Policy Frameworks through Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Experiences in Nepal’ stemming from an SSHRC Partnership Development Grant at the web-based ‘National Symposium on Nepal’s Reconstruction (NSNR-2020) hosted by the Government of Nepal’s National Reconstruction Authority (NRA). The theme of […]
January 31, 2020
My discussion with Sahana Ghosh about why protests erupted across India in late 2019/early 2020.
January 30, 2020
The roundtable event held on November 21 at UBC brought together diverse approaches to understanding the social elements of disaster aftermaths – with the hope of producing useable knowledge to prepare for future disasters. Speakers shared their anthropological research in India, Sri Lanka, and Japan, followed by a response focused on Vancouver from the city’s […]
Sister School Partnership between Bayview School (Vancouver, Canada) & Sundrawati School (Dolakha, Nepal)
May 25, 2019
A group of students from Bayview have become penpals with students at Sundrawati to learn about the devastating effects of Nepal’s 2015 earthquakes.