Faculty member Kamal Munir speaks at the Hay Festival.
Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, will appear on a panel concerning India-Pakistan relations at the prestigious Hay Festival on 23 May.
The event is part of the Cambridge Series, which has run for seven years at the 11-day festival on the England-Wales border. This year, 20 Cambridge academics will speak on a variety of topics ranging from the battle of Waterloo to hate speech.
Although the news about India and Pakistan often concerns tension between the two countries, the panel featuring Dr Munir will look at common ground in areas ranging from trade to politics to environmental resources.
Besides Dr Munir, the panellists are Prof Anatol Lieven, author of Pakistan, a Hard Country, Dr Bhaskar Vira, Reader in Political Economy of Environment and Development at Cambridge University, Prof Joya Chatterji, Professor of History at Trinity College, Cambridge University, and Dr Ornit Shani, Chair of the Department of Asian Studies at Haifa University in Israel.
The panel takes place at 13:00 on 23 May at the Hay Festival in Hay-On-Wye.