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Brown Bag Radio

SASA's Brown Bag Radio initiative brings current research and topical issues about South Asia live to the Internet. Presentations are modeled on brown bag seminars of the sort held at universities and think tanks around the world. The presenter has between 20 and 30 minutes to speak. An associated PowerPoint file accompanies the talk and is available for download. A discussant gets first chance at asking questions and moderates call-in questions (details given during the live broadcast). A Q&A session fills the hour. A day later the MP3 file is posted to our blog. The PowerPoint file remains online. If you miss the live presentation you can still listen to it at any time and participate in the discussion via questions posted to the blog.


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William Vanderbok, president
Muthusami Kumaran, Papers and Panels Chair, 2012
Joe Pellegrino, technology