Bengal to Yunnan is a heterogeneous region. Diverse ecologies and societies created complex spatial politics. Climatic conditions and varied topographies generated flexible livelihoods and forms of social control. The millennium-old communication-routes connected two empires, the Chinese and Mughal India. The paths crossed resource-rich territories that linked Central and East Asia with global trade via the Bay of Bengal. This project connects historical research that so far has been separated into either early-modern state-centred and Silk Road history or the history of modern state formation and ethno-histories.

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India-China Corridor Writing workshop in Myitkyina

Writing and Publishing Workshop
5-8 November 2018
The Kachin State, Myanmar

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All photography provided by members of the project.