Recordings of the Symposium Connecting Materialities / Material Connectivities now online.
Article published – A Spectacle of Maps: Cartographic Hopes and Anxieties in the Pamirs, by Martin Saxer.
Talk by Alessandro Rippa at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University – Curating the Borderlands: State, Market and Heritage Making in China.
Talk by Aditi Saraf – The Trust Deficit: Truths, Lies and Social Encryptions in Kashmir.
Talk by Alessandro Rippa, Université du Québec à Montréal – Zomia 2.0: Casino towns and the ‘China effect’ in Myanmar and Laos.
Article published – Pathways: A Concept, Field Site and Methodological Approach to Study Remoteness and Connectivity, by Martin Saxer.
The Art of Neighbouring by Martin Saxer and Juan Zhang is out and available open access.
Remoteness and Connectivity: Highland Asia in the World is a five-year research project (2015-2020) funded by the European Research Council. We are a core team of four researchers based at LMU Munich. Our aim is to get a better understanding of the role and position of seemingly remote places in our contemporary world. → Read more
Remoteness and Connectivity: Highland Asia in the World is a five-year research project (2015-2020) funded by the European Research Council.→ Read more
Highland Asia Research Group
LMU, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Oettingenstr. 67
80538 Munich, Germany