Hanna Geschewski

Hanna Geschewski is a doctoral researcher in human geography at the Chr. Michelsen Institute and the University of Bergen in Norway. Her PhD project investigates human-environment relations with a focus on agriculture and cultivation in and around Tibetan refugee settlements in South India.

How Tibetans in Karnataka’s Dhondenling put down roots in refuge

The lush home gardens in India’s southernmost Tibetan refugee settlement tell stories tracing 50 years of exile

Oct 10, 2023

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