Research Seminar Series

Chautari started a separate series of discussions related to current political affairs every Sunday at 3 PM from February 2003. The date and title of the discussions and the names of the people who led the discussions (Pundits) are listed in archives below. Since February 2005 to October 2005, regular Sunday discussion series has been converted to research series. However, after October 2005, Sunday series included discussions on both types of topics either research or current politics.

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The Political Ecology of Menstruation: Complexities Surrounding the Environment and Development

Dr. Lhamo Yangchen Sherpa, Researcher
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Understanding Inequality in Nepal: Theoretical and Empirical Explorations

Tika Ram Gautam, PhD, Central Department of Sociology, Tribhuvan University
About the discussion
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UGC Funding of Research in Nepal's Higher Education: Current Status and Future Prospects

Deepak Kumar Khadka, PhD, Research Director, University Grants Commission
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Madhesh Discussion Series Jointly Organized with Nepal Madhesh Foundation

The Middle Country: Yam between Beijing, Delhi and Kathmandu
Ram Manohar Sah, Writer (The Middle Country: The Traverse of Madhesh Through War, Colonization and Aid Dependent Racist State, 2017)
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स्थानीय तह, प्रदेशसभा र प्रतिनिधिसभा निर्वाचन पर्यवेक्षणमा जे देखियो

सुदिप पोखरेल, डेमोक्रेसी रिसोर्स सेन्टर नेपाल र अरु
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प्रकाशकका रुपमा मार्टिन चौतारी : के–कति, किन, कसरी र अब कता ?

बन्दना ज्ञवाली; रमेश पराजुली, मार्टिन चौतारी
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Lessons from Hell: Printing and Punishment in India

Prof. Christopher Pinney, Anthropology and Visual Culture, University College London, UK
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Changing Affinal Relations among the Bahuns: An Ethnographic Study of Kinship through Bahun-Newar Intermarriage

Anisha Bhattarai. Social Science Baha
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Gender Dimensions of Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Responses in the Nepali Himalaya

Rishikesh Pandey, PhD, Assistant Professor, Pokhara University
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Fighting for Tibet: Histories and Memories of the Chushi Gangdrug Army in Mustang and Beyond

Dr. Carole McGranahan, Professor of Anthropology, History, and Tibetan Studies, University of Colorado, US
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Writing as an Academic Literacy Practice: Experiences of a Novice Academic

Dr. Amina Singh, Kathmandu University
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Sexual and Reproductive Health Service Knowledge and Use among Youth in the Kathmandu Valley: Influence of Gender-Power Relations

Laxmi Tamang, PhD, University of Sydney, Australia
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No Discussion Due to Tihar Holiday

No Discussion Due to Tihar Holiday
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Dumi Language: A Sociolinguistic Analysis

Netra Mani Rai, Researcher, Linguistic Survey of Nepal/Central Department of Linguistics, TU
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Feminization of Agriculture in Madhesh

Krishna Kumar Sah, Researcher, Nepal Madhesh Foundation
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Dashain Celebration among the Tamang Community and Producing Doxa: An Indigenous Perspective

Tek Bahadur Dong, MPhil Student in Anthropology, Tribhuvan University
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संघीय नेपालमा स्थानीय स्वशासनलाई कसरी बुझ्ने ?

डा. मुक्ति रिजाल, कार्यकारी निर्देशक, ईन्स्टिच्युट फर गभर्नेन्स एन्ड डेभलप्मेन्ट (आईजीडी)
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No Discussion due to Annual Dor Bahadur Bista Lecture 2017

No Discussion due to Annual Dor Bahadur Bista Lecture 2017
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Universal Connectivity Discussion series

Nepali Software Industry: Prospects and Challenges
Birodh Rijal, CEO, Integrated ICT