22 Jun 2022
Planning grants for the submission of a major research application
The Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) invites Lund University researchers who are in the process of putting together and submitting a major national or international res...
15 Jun 2022
Two new SASNET grants to support writing of research applications
Maryam Nastar, researcher at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), and Rashmi B. Prasad, Associate Professor at Lund University Diabetes Centre, receive the f...
11 May 2022
South Asia travel grants for PhD students
SASNET invites Lund University PhD students to apply for two travel grants.
5 May 2022
New article about protests in Sri Lanka
In a new article, published in The Conversation, SASNET affiliated researcher Andreas Johansson writes about the recent protests in Sri Lanka.
3 May 2022
Best South Asia Thesis Award 2021/2022
From this year onwards, the Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) will award an annual Best South Asia Thesis Award for an excellent Bachelor or Master thesis in the humanit...
8 Apr 2022
Grants for writing a research application (ansökningsmånad)
The Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) offers two grants intended to support individual researchers at Lund University in their writing of research applications. The gran...
21 Mar 2022
Exhibition in Lund: Liminal Urban Dwelling
Liminal Urban Dwelling captures Mumbai’s most significant resettlement program and exemplifies the racialized housing forms for the poor population in the urban zones that are deem...
14 Mar 2022
Lund Lectures on Indian Religions
During the year 2022, SASNET organizes a digital lecture series on Indian religions in collaboration with the Centre for Theology and Religious Studies (CTR) at Lund University and...
21 Feb 2022
SASNET Activity Report 2021 published
During 2021 SASNET has conducted a wide range of activities to bolster South Asia research and research related accomplishments at Lund University. SASNET has collaborated with se...
17 Feb 2022
Workshop: A Nation and its Fault Lines, organised by Isha Dubey and Amrita Ghosh
SASNET will host a one-day workshop – A Nation and its Fault Lines – on February 25, 2022. Jointly conceptualised and organised by SASNET-affiliated researchers Amrita Ghosh and Is...
25 Jan 2022
Organisational changes and new director
In 2000, the Swedish development agency (SIDA) selected Lund University to host a new network that was focused on South Asia. The Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) has –...
22 Nov 2021
Andreas Johansson published a article on Islam a in South Asia
The SASNET director, Andreas Johansson, published an article on Islam in South Asia in the book Islam -En religionsvetenskaplig introduktion, edited by Susanne Olsson and Simon Sor...
12 Nov 2021
Sasnet researcher Amrita Ghosh is invited to give a talk at the Global Salon Speaker Series
The USI Global Studies Program and the Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern Indiana has invited SASNET researcher Amrita Ghosh to give a talk on...
10 Nov 2021
SASNET welcomes Ted Svensson
Ted Svensson is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, Lund University. He has worked at Lund University since 2009 and he obtained his PhD at the University o...
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...
29 Jul 2021
Special issue of Asian Ethnology on “South Asian Nationalisms”
The issue, which is the result of a workshop at Lund University in 2020, is now available online.
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