Nepal

Development, Gender, and Social Change in the Himalaya

Lecturers

LECTURERS TYPICALLY INCLUDE:

Mukta S. Tamang, PhD
Mukta has a PhD from Cornell University. His publications include “Cultural Diversity and Democracy in Nepal,” Himalayan Research Bulletin, (21)2, 2002; The Working of Democracy in Nepal, seminar, April 2005; and “Culture, Caste and Ethnicity in the Maoist Movement” in Nepali History and Society, (11)2, 2006.

Kesang Tseten
Kesang is a Tibetan-Nepali filmmaker. A graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and of Amherst College, he directed Frames of WarWe Corner PeopleMachhendranath: On the Road with the Red God; and We Homes Chaps. He has also completed three films on Nepali migrant workers in the Gulf.