Kesang Thakur and Anu Sabhlok

Kesang Thakur is an independent researcher from Lahaul and co-founder of Filming Lahaul, a visual ethnography project.   Anu Sabhlok is an Associate Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at IISER Mohali. For about a decade now, she has been conducting ethnographic research on border infrastructures, tracing circulations of material, labour and ideas that accompany road construction sites in Lahaul- Spiti and Ladakh.

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