Hutton Lectures

Founded in 2013, the Kohima Institute’s year-end Hutton Lectures symposium is funded through the generous support of private donors, and governmental and non-governmental institutions alike. It is organised in collaboration with institutions of both national and international repute. Partners have included the Department of Art and Culture, Government of Nagaland; the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge University, UK; the Ethnological Museum of Berlin and University of Tübingen, Germany; the University of Oxford, UK; the Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland; University of Trømso (UiT) - The Arctic University of Norway; North East Forum (NEF) and Centre for Community Knowledge at Ambedkar University Delhi; and the Google Cultural Institute.


The Kohima Institute has also used the Hutton Lectures to stimulate interest in ethnographic research through the launch of various competitions in ethnographic writing, film, and published monographs. Prize monies are pooled from donations given primarily by local donors.


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