This 2023 conference will have a hybrid format, allowing the participants to attend the conference either in-person or online (virtually). The in-person sessions will be held in Phoenix, Arizona, (at Arizona State University, Downtown Campus in Phoenix to be exact) and the virtual sessions will take place fully online in the morning and/or evening hours of those dates. The main objective of this conference is to provide a scholarly platform for those interested in and are committed to Nepal and Nepali diaspora communities.
NACA 2023 keynote speech and some high-profile sessions will be streamed live for all registered participants--both online and onsite participants. All other sessions will be organized either in-person or virtual.
This year’s conference theme, Confronting Complexities, Transforming Possibilities, encourages more informed dialogues on the growing socio-ecological-technical changes and complexities that are around us, including but not limited to, COVID-19 and public health, food insecurity, distressed economy, urbanization, migration, geopolitics, water crisis, global climate change, disaster risks, inequality, and social justice. Confronted by these complexities, new innovative ideas and possibilities are also emerging, in which we see the tremendous value of interdisciplinary and collaborative scholarship.
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