The 3rd lecture of the of “Dean’s Lecture Series‘ was held on 08th March 2019, from 3.00 pm onwards at the Board Room, Faculty of Arts. The topic of the lecture was “The Ambiguity of Voice : the role of ‘storeytelling’. This was a talk by Sarah Kabir based on her book ‘Voices of Peace’ (2018), along with photographer Munira Mutaher.
Professor Sharika Thiranagama of Stanford University presented a talk on “In My Mother’s House: Reflections on Civil War in Sri Lanka” at the Department of English, on 6th July 2018 at 4.00 pm . Drawing from a decade of research and writing on Sri Lanka, this talk will reflect upon the consequences of political violence and militarization on contemporary social […]
The Department of International Relations organized a Guest Lecture Series, from 20th June – 26th June 2018 to share the expertise knowledge of International Relations, provoke new thoughts and stimulate engaging conversations on contemporary International Relations topics. This is the first series in the academic year of 2017/2018.
The Faculty of Arts has initiated a lecture series under the title of “Dean’s Lecture Series‘ and it’s inaugural lecture was a panel discussion and held on 18th June 2018 from 3.00 pm onwards at the Faculty Board Room, Faculty of Arts. The panel discussion was on the topic of ‘Humanities & Social Sciences Education in Sri Lanka: Challenges and Alternative Policy Options’, and the discussion […]