About Social Science Baha

Introduction

The Social Science Baha is an independent, non-profit organisation set up with the objective of promoting and enhancing the study of and research in the social sciences in Nepal. Established on 1 January 2002 with the primary focus of starting a social science library, the Social Science Baha was initially hosted at Himal Association, a non-profit organisation located at Patan Dhoka, Lalitpur. By the time of its formal registration as an independent entity on 15 January 2007, however, the Baha had diversified its activities and become involved in other areas as well, namely: i) conducting the four-month-long Immersion Course on Contemporary Social Issues; ii) hosting lectures, discussions, workshops, and conferences; iii) publishing books, occasional papers and journals; and iv) conducting research.
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Social Science Baha

Fifth Conference of the Asian Borderlands Research Network

Registration open for conference observers

Dynamic Borderlands: Livelihoods, Communities and Flows

Organized by Social Science Baha; International Institute for Asian Studies and the Asian Borderlands Research Network (ABRN).
http://www.asianborderlands.net
Hotel Annapurna, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, 12–14 December, 2016

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Public Events

Fifth Conference of the Asian Borderlands Research Network
Dynamic Borderlands: Livelihoods, Communities and Flows
Social Science Baha, International Institute for Asian Studies, & the Asian Borderlands Research Network

Keynote Address
by
Patricia Uberoi
on

Gender, Trade and New Connectivities: Reflections on India's Northeastern Borderlands
5.45–6.45 pm, 12 December, 2016 (Monday), Kumari Hall, Hotel Annapurna, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu

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The Mahesh Chandra Regmi Lecture 2016

The Mahesh Chandra Regmi Lecture 2016

David Gellner
on
The Idea of Nepal

3 pm, 11 December 2016 (Sunday)
Kumari Hall, Hotel Annapurna, Durbarmarg, Kathmandu

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