Dr. Stacy Leigh Pigg Associate Professor of Anthropology Dept of Sociology and Anthropology Simon Fraser University Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 CANADA email: firstname.lastname@example.org Near Nepal’s border with China, a small village sits, island-like, on a tip of land formed by precipitous slopes cross-cut by tumbling Himalayan streams on three sides. The people who live there …
This film explores the fragile ground where love and unlove cohabit, illuminating a rare space where the two are in close.
In recent years, fear of being caught in the crossfire between state security forces and Maoist insurgents and a failing economy propelled Nepalis to sell themselves
The film looking at women migrant workers follows the thread of Dolma, sentenced to death for killing a Filipino co-domestic in Kuwait.
Nepal has rapidly become a pipeline of cheap labour for the Gulf in the last two decades. Migration has emptied Nepal’s villages
Every 12 years, impassioned devotees pull a 65-feet tall unwieldy chariot in the Kathmandu Valley.