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Urbanizing Maoism: Thoughts on a peasant revolt

On Thursday 11 May 2017, 17.00 Dan V. Hirslund from the University of Copenhagen held a talk entitled: “Urbanizing Maoism: Thoughts on a peasant revolt in the age of neoliberalism” at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES seminar room, Finngatan 16, Lund). The event was open to everyone and as usual we served fika! This talk engaged with the problematic … Continue reading

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Fika Without Borders: Nepal

On Thursday 29 September, 17-19 SASA continued its Fika Without Borders series with a lecture by Lalita Bashyal, PhD Scholar in Centre for the Study of Social System at JNU. She held a lecture entitled: “The Status of Women and Female Community Health Volunteers in Nepal”. The status of women in Nepal is considered subordinate to men. Patriarchal values and customs … Continue reading

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SASA launched 2015 spring semester with Nepal fika seminar

The South Asian Student Association welcomes old and fresh students to a new year full of activities. The first SASA 2015 Fika without borders seminar was dedicated to Nepal. It was held on Thursday 5 February 2015, 17–19, at the usual venue: The basement floor at Lund University External Relations (ER) building, Stora Algatan 4, Lund. The event was hosted by Noshan … Continue reading

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Nepal in focus for first SASA/SASNET/ABC Fika without borders event

In the spring 2014, the South Asian Student Association (SASA) at Lund University – the student body of SASNET – launched a new series of what is called Fika Without Borders South Asia. In collaboration with SASNET and the voluntary organisation ABC Sweden, SASA successfully organised a Fika Without Borders gathering focusing on Nepal, on Wednesday 16 April 2014, 17.00–19.00, … Continue reading

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