Chulthim Gurung Ph.D. Student, McGill University, School of Religious Studies
Chulthim Gurung is a Ph.D. student in McGill University’s Buddhist Psychology program, under the School of Religious Studies. His Ph.D. research focuses on the Mental factors (Tibetan: sems byung, Sanskrit: caitasika), an important Buddhist philosophical topic in the Abhidharma literature.
Bicram Rijal Ph.D. Candidate, Simon Fraser University, Department of Anthropology
Bicram Rijal is a Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology at Simon Fraser University. His research focuses on the politics and transformation of sanitation and defecation habits, infrastructure, and the uncertainty of everyday life in Nepal.
Sujata Thapa Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto, Department of Geography and Urban Planning
Sujata Thapa is a Ph.D. candidate in Planning, within the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto. Her research interests include gender and globalization, urban poverty, inequality, safe mobility and transportation in the cities of Global South. Her current research focuses on the right to mobility and access to transportation in Kathmandu Valley.