In the Library Talk: Human/Animal (Tigers) Relations in North East India

Tigers, our brothers: Human-animal relations, identity and development in Northeast India


Mr Sajhil Nijhawan, currently a doctoral candidate at the Department of Anthropology, University College London (UCL) and Zoological Society of London (ZSL), will give an illustrated talk on  how the relationship between culture and nature, esp tigers, in an indigenous community in the region has developed. In addition, he will look at how this relationship is changing with increased presence of the Indian govt through army mobilization, large scale dam development and by linking this previously isolated region of Arunachal Pradesh with the wider market economy.

2 March 2016

Where: Royal Society for Asian Affairs
25 Eccleston Place
London SW1W 9NF

Tel: 020 7235 5122

Cash bar available from 6.00pm
Talk starts at 6.30pm

Places MUST be booked in advance by telephone.

Tickets: Free. Members and their guests only

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Where: The Royal Asiatic Society, 14 Stephenson Way, London NW1 (Nearest tube stations Euston Square and Euston mainline).

Lecture starts at 1.15pm and finishes by 2.30pm. The sandwich lunch, from 12.30pm, must be booked by 2.30pm the day before.

Tickets: Free

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