The Australian Himalaya Research Network is issuing an open call for membership among Humanities and Social Sciences scholars in Australian universities working on the Himalayan region! The Australian Himalaya Research Network examines the combined challenges of nationalism, state-making, cultural transformation, environmental destruction and the minoritization of Himalayan people. Send the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org and […]Read more "Join the Australian Himalaya Research Network!"
Yulha Lhawa Banner image (above). The COVID-19 pandemic was suppressed quickly and early in Khroskyabs-speaking communities, and so villagers were able to successfully undertake the year’s farm work. Here, Aunt Xiang Sijie and her three nieces pose in front of a rack full of harvested barley. Tibet is commonly perceived as a monolingual region. However, […]Read more "Speaking the Virus: The Importance of Reaching Rural Tibetan Communities in Their Vernaculars"