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The Kashmir Initiative: Kashmir Speaker Series

Kashmir Speaker Series
“The World's Most Militarized Dispute”

As the U.S. works with India and Pakistan on a diplomatic solution for Kashmir, the voice of the Kashmiri people must not be lost. In an attempt to capture the nuances of the conflict and to build an inclusive dialogue, the Carr Center presents the 2009-10 Speaker Series Kashmir: Human Rights Policy for “The World's Most Militarized Dispute.” Weaving in historians, anthropologists, lawyers, policymakers, artists, Kashmiris and non-Kashmiris, we hope to begin a conversation that unravels the issues that led President Obama to classify Kashmir as a diplomatic “tar pit.”

The Speaker Series is generously co-sponsored by The South Asia Initiave, at Harvard University.



Panel 1: November 12, 2009


62 Years of Unrest:
Regional and International Ramifications
of the Kashmir Conflict

4:30 - 6:30 PM
Littauer 230 Classroom,
Harvard Kennedy School (2nd floor Littauer)

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Moderated by: Dr. Sugata Bose Dr. Bose is the Gardiner Professor of History and Director of the South Asia Initiative at Harvard University...

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  Dr. Angana Chatterji Dr. Chatterji is Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco, CA...

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Angana Chatterji
  Alexander Evans Alexander Evans is a Yale World Fellow and is also a Gwilym Gibbon Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford. A British diplomat currently on sabbatical from the Foreign Office...

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Alexander Evans
  Dr. Ayesha Jalal Dr. Jalal is the Mary Richardson Professor of History and the Director of Center for South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies at Tufts University...

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Ayesha Jalal
Film Screening
&
Discussion
John Halpern Mr. Halpern is a New York City based filmmaker and artist...

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John Halpern


Panel 2: February 23, 2010

The Two Kashmirs:
Present Realities of Indian and Pakistani Administered Kashmirs

4:00 - 6:00 PM, followed by reception at Carr Center
Ortiz-Patino Classroom, Littauer 280 (Littauer Building, Floor 2)
Harvard Kennedy School

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Moderated by: Dr. Suvir Kaul Dr. Kaul is the A. M. Rosenthal Professor of English at University of Pennsylvania...

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Suvir Kaul
  Dr. Ahmad Faruqui Dr. Faruqui is a social scientist based in San Francisco, US and an associate of the Pakistan Security Research Unit at the University of Bradford, UK...

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Ahmud Faruqui
  Parvez Imroz Mr. Imroz is a human rights lawyer and the founder of the Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society...

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Parvez Imroz
  Robert Nickelsberg Mr. Nickelsberg is a photojournalist whose work often features in Time magazine...

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Parvez Imroz

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