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Doctoral dissertation on climate change in Nepal and Maldives

On Friday 24 May 2019, PhD candidate Phu Doma Lama at the Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety (LUCRAM), Lund University, will defend her doctoral dissertation entitled ”Climate Change Adaptation among Communities: Comparative Case study of Maldives and Nepal”. Phu  has been working at the department since July 2014, and she was originally planning to focus on how the Sherpa community in Nepal has adapted to the ongoing climate change. She carried out her initial fieldwork in eastern Nepal in the spring 2015 – before the disastrous earthquake.
Read more about research at LUCRAM up till 2015.

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Through frequent travelling, Lars Eklund  built up a strong network of researchers working on South Asia related issues at Swedish universities, and their academic collaboration partners in South Asia.

He is a journalist with strong South Asia connections, both professionally and personally – being married to an Indian/Bengali wife and involved in many cultural activies focusing on South Asia.
From 1982 till 2007 he was the editor-in-chief of SYDASIEN (South Asia – Political and Cultural Magazine), besides working as reporter cum sub-editor for daily newspapers in different parts of Sweden.

Lars was the deputy director for the Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) from it was launched in January 2001 till he retired in December 2016. Read his SASNET History 2000-2016 document, published in October 2020.

Between 2014 and 2019, Lars was the treasurer for the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS).

It should also be mentioned that Lars has travelled extensively to most parts of Asia since the early 1970s, and has visited all the eight South Asian nations on SASNET contact missions. His extramural activities include lecturing on Indian society, history, culture and religion.

Together with his wife Bubu, he organises cultural seminar programmes on the Nobel Laurate Rabindranath Tagore, and since 2012 they run a singing choir with mostly Swedish people performing Rabindranath’s songs in original Bengali language.

Biography from 2003 (the
first 50 years of my life!): http://www.larseklund.in/larseklundlife.html

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