16 Aug 2021
New podcast zooms in on democracy in India
On August 12, 2021, The Swedish Institute of International Affairs’ (UI) South Asia Initiative and Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) at Lund University released Indienpo...
9 Jun 2021
New SASNET research project on Partition and its aftereffects
The project "A Nation and its Fault Lines" was launched in June 2021 and is led by SASNET researchers Dr. Amrita Ghosh and Dr. Isha Dubey.
10 May 2021
Book launch "Ameenas resa" with Anna Lindberg
On 17 May at 18:00, SASNET invites you to join the virtual book launch of Anna Lindberg's first novel, Ameena's Journey (or the book that wrote itself).
1 Apr 2021
Inaugural lecture with Sujata Patel at Umeå University
Patel is currently in Sweden as a Kerstin Hesselgren visiting professor, co-hosted by SASNET.
24 Feb 2021
SASNET and CTR organised Nordic workshop on Indian Religions
22 Feb 2021
New SASNET report on Indo-Bangladeshi borderlands
Amrita Ghosh provides an overview on enclaves, or ‘chitmahals’, as unique stateless conflict zones between India and Bangladesh.
17 Feb 2021
New SASNET report on education of women in Afghanistan
The report was written by former SASNET intern Maliha Shir Mohammad and is a summary of her MA thesis.
10 Feb 2021
New SASNET-CMES report on jihadi-Salafism
Researcher Orwa Ajjoub explores the historical development of jihadi-Salafism and its implications on the ground.
5 Feb 2021
New SAI "Climate Lens" podcast episode
In the third episode of SAI's "Climate Lens" podcast, Julia Wiraeus talks to three experts on South Asia's water crisis.