Social Science Baha
The Mahesh Chandra Regmi Lecture 2020
The Urban Turn
4 pm | 20 February 2020 (Thursday) | Hotel Shanker, Lazimpat, Kathmandu
CESLAM Migration Research Fellowships
Centre for the Study of Labour and Mobility (CESLAM)
at Social Science Baha invites applications for
to conduct research on various issues related to external migration from Nepal.
CALL FOR PAPERS
CESLAM Kathmandu Migration Conference
19-20 March 2020
MoU on Bihari Krishna Fellowship in Ethnographic Research
Under the Bihari Krishna Fellowship in Ethnographic Research set up at Social Science Baha (SSB), a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between SSB and the Central Department of Anthropology (CDA) at Tribhuvan University to set up two fellowship: i. PhD ethnographic research fellowship, and ii. PhD dissertation-to-book fellowship. The duration of the PhD ethnographic research fellowship will be one year and of the PhD dissertation-to-book fellowship, six months. The Bihari Krishna Fellowship in Ethnographic Research was set up in 2011 through a donation of Rs 5 million from Bihari Krishna Shrestha, one of the pioneering anthropologists of Nepal. The MoU was signed in the presence of Mr Shrestha by Professor Nirmal Man Tuladhar, Chair of SSB and Dr Dambar Chemjong, Head of Department at CDA on 4 November 2019 at the CDA.
Post-Earthquake Experiences from Bhaktapur, Dhading and Sindhupalchowk
Bina Limbu, Nabin Rawal, Manoj Suji, Prakash Chandra Subedi and Jeevan Baniya
Social Science Baha is an independent, non-profit organisation established in January 2002 with the objective of promoting and enhancing the study of and research in the social sciences in Nepal. The first activity undertaken by Social Science Baha (SSB) was to set up a social science library, the only one of its kind in the country so far.