Asian and North African Studies
The anthropologist Antonella Diana has recently concluded her Marie Skłodowska Curie fellowship. Her project focused on urbanisation as a negotiation strategy which, since the beginning of the post-socialist period, has been employed by minority ethnic groups in the south-western borderlands in the Yunnan province.
The exhibition held at MAO (Turin) and curated by Claudia Ramasso and Thomas Dahnhardt will be open until 26 September 2021. Krishna (which literally means “dark” or “dark blue”) is certainly one of the most well-known gods in India and beyond the geographical and cultural borders of South Asia, thanks to some devotional movements that have an international appeal.
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