Nepal Programs

Nepal Courses

Spring Quarter 2019:

ANTH 479C/JSIS 478A/GH 490A: Health & Development in the Himalya

Instructors: David Citrin, PhD, MPH – Affiliate Assistant Professor, Global Health/Anthropology

Location/Time: CDH 105, Mon/Wed: 11:30am-1:20pm

Winter Quarter 2018:

JSIS 485A/585A/ANTH 469D: Destination Nepal: Ethnography of Encounters and Cultural Resilience

Instructors: Pasang Yangjee Sherpa, PhD – Visiting Scholar.

Location/Time: THO 235, Tues/Thurs: 3:30pm – 5:20pm

Spring Quarter 2017:

JSIS 485A: Sacred Himalayas: People, Livelihoods, and Climate Change

Instructors: Pasang Yangjee Sherpa, PhD – Visiting Scholar.

Location/Time: MGH 074, Mon/Weds: 3:30pm – 5:20pm

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Winter Quarter 2016:

JSIS 485C/585A: Rethinking Shangri-La: Critical Engagements with Contemporary Issues in Nepal

Faculty: Maya Magarati, PhD, School of Social Work; David Citrin, PhD, MPH, Anthropology/Global Health; Biraj Karmacharya, PhD, MBBS, School of Public Health

Location/Time: THO 235, W: 1:30pm -4:30pm

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