Events

Read to Lead

Read to Lead

Date and location 02/03/2017 Tariq Rafi Lecture Theater, Habib University

Abstract: Rick Holland said, “The World Belongs to those who Read”. We at Habib University...

The English East India Company: Social Networks & Institutional Change

The English East India Company: Social Networks & Institutional Change

Date and location 24/02/2017 Habib University

Date: Friday, February 24th Time: 6:00-7.30 PM Venue: Habib University About the Speaker: Emily Erikson...

Cultural Pluralism & Politics of Identity

Cultural Pluralism & Politics of Identity

Date and location 23/02/2017 Tariq Rafi Lecture Theater, Habib University

Pakistan is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society where people from different ethnic groups, religions, and sectarian affiliations had been living in harmony and relative peace for hundreds of years.

Admissions Camp - 2017

Admissions Camp – 2017

Date and location 16/02/2017-20/02/2017 Habib University

16/02/2017 – 20/02/2017 (excluding 19th) Swing by the Habib University Admissions Camp on February 16th,...

Art-Technology & Social Change

Art-Technology & Social Change

Date and location 15/02/2017 Soorty Lecture Theater

Historically, Art & Culture has always influenced social change, driven movements and inspired millions through its narratives and swaying opinions of its readers, listeners, and viewers. Many would even argue that art is central to social change, not peripheral. Simultaneously, technology is altering the world, from data sciences to artificial intelligence. While some are still amateur, others have indulged in the intersection of art, technology, and social change. The talk is centered around how we can contribute in this space, amplify each other’s strengths, and build a stronger, more robust, sustainable and scalable ecosystem, where Tech is the mind and Art its soul.

Celebrating Pakistan Women's Day and 35 Years of Activism

Celebrating Pakistan Women’s Day and 35 Years of Activism

Date and location 13/02/2017 Raza Hussain S. Agha Multipurpose Hall

Women’s Action Forum (WAF) is a non-funded activist and pressure group that lobbies for equal democratic rights, in particular for women, minorities and marginalized classes.

The India That Does Not Shine: How Muslims Became the Poorest Community in India

The India That Does Not Shine: How Muslims Became the Poorest Community in India

Date and location 09/02/2017 Habib University

Date: Thursday, 9th February, 2017 Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Venue: Tariq Rafi Lecture...

There is Only One Elephant: Why There Are “Not” Different Ways of Understanding Reality

There is Only One Elephant: Why There Are “Not” Different Ways of Understanding Reality

Date and location 08/02/2017 Habib University

Date: Wednesday, 8th February, 2017 Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Venue: Habib University ABSTRACT...

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