The Indian History Congress, the representative body of professional historians in India since 1935, invites annual members to renew their membership, and new members to apply for initial membership, to be eligible to participate in the 79th Session of the annual conference, which would make them eligible to present papers, and for their papers to be considered for publication in the Proceedings of the Congress. The Venue of the IHC this year is Pune, India.
American Comparative Literature Association 2019
Annual Conference CFP:
Does the Untranslated Travel?: Towards a Regional
Manuscript, Print and Publication Cultures in South Asia: From the 19th Century to the Present is a symposium organized by the Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies (ISTB) of the University of Vienna together with the Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia (IKGA), of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Submission dead-line: 18 September 2019
Call for Papers
for the 17th Conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR)
University of Tartu (Estonia), 25-29 June 2019
THE BLEND OF TANTRA: CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY WITHIN SOUTH ASIAN MAINSTREAM RELIGIONS
Call for Papers
Translation Across Borders: Genres and Geographies
The claim in support of the Romani community’s Indian origin -- what the Orientalists first propounded is now reinforced by Genetics -- was, during the 18-19th centuries, premised upon the homophony between Romani and Indian languages. This was in line with notions of ‘border thinking’ so pervasive within the Orientalist discourse, and has since then provoked classist vis-à-vis confrontations and ideological practices of territorializing ‘differential space’ (Lefebvre, 1992). Taking off from here, this symposium seeks to reflect on:
Call for Papers for a Double-volume Special Issue of Nidān
We are seeking papers on the theme of 'Islam and the category of "religion"' for the Summer 2019 issue of the semi-annual scholarly journal, Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (PJHS), published by the Indiana University Press (Bloomington, USA).