Looking for the 'BEST OF 2016 publications in South Asia studies
Deadline: 6 January 2017
In January 2017 BASAS will be launching an annual round up of the most interesting and innovative South Asian Studies publications. The list will include work published during the previous year - 2016. We're looking for publications that have won prizes and plaudits as well as those that ought to have. We will accept submissions from authors and readers.
Please submit publications, with (max) 150 words in support of the submission, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 January 2017.
The conference invites scholars from different parts of the world, and from within the country, who have devoted their careers to study Pakistan to offer their assessment of the progress, achievements, problems, constraints and challenges that Pakistan faces today. Pakistan's journey through the past seven decades presents a mixed picture of progress, difficulties and hope. Pakistan remains a nation and state in the making with troubled legacies and the great promise from its strong civil society, geopolitical location, size of the population, economic potential and rich but untapped natural resource base. The conference solicits scholarly contributions in all critical areas, in every discipline of the humanities and social sciences, on the study of Pakistan, evaluating and assessing its failures, achievements and potential for progress. Scholars interested in forming a panel or presenting in a panel should contact the conference organizer: Dr Rasul Bux Rais email@example.com
Maratha-Mughal Relations: Through North-South Historical Linkage
Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra, U.P.,19-21 February 2017,
CfP deadline:15 December 2016
The north-south (Deccan) connections have always evoked respite and curiosity among scholars and commoners, ‘Maratha-Mughal Relations: Through North-South Historical linkage’ is an attempt to explore the historical connection through cultural, political and economic perspectives between two main regions of Indian Sub-continent i.e. The Great Indian Plains nurtured by river Ganges and river Yamuna and The Deccan Plateau cultures where civilizations’ were cradled on the banks of River Narmada, Godavari and Krishna.
The proposed conference intends to explore the North-Deccan/South historical connections through political and cultural facets. We invite scholars from the social sciences and humanities, as well as interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research areas, to contribute paper proposals.
White Rose South Asia Network Inaugural Graduate Workshop, University of Leeds, 22 May 2017
CfP deadline: 15 January 2017
This one-day interdisciplinary workshop will bring together graduate students from across the arts, humanities and social sciences whose research focuses upon South Asia or South Asian networks and diaspora in any time period or locale. The broad theme is intended to facilitate debate on diverse topics which could include but are not limited to: pre-colonial, colonial and postcolonial histories; migration, mobilities, and diaspora; literature, arts and films; contemporary politics and society; gender studies; and religious and cultural studies.
We encourage submissions from research students at both early and late stages of their research degrees who wish to present their work in an engaging and supportive environment. Selected contributors will be required to submit papers of approximately 5,000-8,000 words in advance of the workshop. Each paper will be summarised and discussed by another research student and an academic from the White Rose South Asia Network before time is given to the author to respond to the points and questions raised.
Please submit abstracts of no more than 300 words and a brief bio by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 January 2017. Spaces on the workshop are limited to 12 and are open to research students from any university. There is a limited number of travel and accommodation bursaries for speakers.
On 11th July, 2013, we launched our BASAS Campaign. We announced our intention to establish an endowment fund, and we pledged to use our expertise to ensure BASAS continues to support workshops, language training grants, and other initiatives to sustain the study and research of the countries and people of South Asia.
With an ever increasing membership we are aware that it is not always possible for everyone to join us, we are therefore adding to the association’s website, on an ongoing basis, audio podcasts from our Annul Lectures, and Annual Conferences.