On Friday, 28 July 2017, IPCS hosted Dr Bérénice Guyot-Réchard, Lecturer, King's College, London, and author, 'Shadow States: India, China and the Eastern Himalayas' (Cambridge University Press, 2016) for a discussion on 'India-China: Revisiting the Himalayan Conflict Theatre'
About the Speaker
Dr Bérénice Guyot-Réchard is a historian of modern South Asia and its global and regional environment. She is currently a lecturer in 20th century international history at King’s College London, and a former Junior Research Fellow (JRF) at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. Her research examines the connections between international history and social, political, and environmental change within and across international borders, with a focus on how decolonisation affected “international” relations and connections in and around the Indian sub-continent. Bérénice has a PhD in history from Trinity College, University of Cambridge, and is an alumna of Sciences Po Paris, the Australian National University, and the London School of Economics. She holds the Cambridge University’s Prince Consort Prize and Seeley Medal (2014) and the British Association for South Asian Studies’ Annual Prize (2012).