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On Wednesday, February 12, the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at MGSHSS held a talk titled "Convinced about knowing little': the paradoxes of colonial knowledge in the Linguistic Survey of India 1903-1928". The guest for the day was Prof. Javed Majeed, teaches at King's College London. His published work focuses on aspects of modern South Asian intellectual and literary history. Read More
LUMS Vice Chancellor, Dr. Arshad Ahmad was part of a panel discussion titled, ‘Reimagining Future Skills in the Age of AI and Data’ on October 21, during which he spoke about how essential it is to design learning and development programmes at educational institutions to prepare professionals for tomorrow’s challenges. The discussion was held as part of the ‘Global Ethics Week 2020’ organized by ACCA Pakistan where leaders in business and academia came together to debate on how best to prepare for an ethical future and ensure sustainability. Read More
To commemorate the exhibition of his calligraphy series held at LUMS earlier this year, Shah Abdullah Alamee has donated his artwork “Sâh Kandan” to the Gurmani Centre for Languages and Literature. The ink on canvas piece was one of nine paintings showcased at LUMS during the calligraphy exhibition titled Man Pardêsî Jai Thee-ai (If the Self Suffers Exile). The exhibit was curated by Dr. Nadhra Shahbaz Khan, Associate Professor, History of Art, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, LUMS, and remained on display from February till May 2020. Read More