Several interesting papers on the history, architecture, literature, sufis, scholars and insitutions inlcudling Malik Ayaz, Aibak, Data Gunj Bakhsh, Mian Mir, Ranjeet Singh, Kipling and cricket.
Please see the call for papers for the inaugural volume of the American Journal of Indic Studies.
Deadline for submissions is December 30 2017
Call for papers
American Journal of Indic Studies
Submissions open for the Inaugural Issue Volume 1 No 1
Simon Lewis and Giusi Russo, guest editors of the Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies are seeking manuscript submissions for a special issue on post-colonial nostalgia to be published in the spring of 2019.
IlluminAsia: A Festival of Asian Art, Food, and Cultures
Saturday, October 14, 5 pm–12 am
Sunday, October 15, 11 am–5 pm
Call for Papers “Portuguese Colonialism and the Indian Ocean: Reviewing the nineteenth century”
Oil Fictions: World literature and our Contemporary Petrosphere
We are pleased to announce the release of an updated online Beta version of the Indo-Tibetan Lexical Resource (ITLR)—a collaborative lexical project.
The ITLR database is accessible at http://www.itlr.net (click on “Viewer (Beta version)”; for search help look under “Users’ Guidelines”).
Last and final call for Papers for the International Seminar -
The First World War: Indian Context
Department of History of St Aloysius College (Autonomous)Mangalore-575003, Karnataka, India organizes an International Seminar on The First World War: Indian Context on 5 and 6 January 2018
AnthropoSCENE: A Festival of Films and Talks on Climate Justice in Asia and Africa - Berlin, 21-24/09/2017
Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO) & Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
Floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and droughts: developing countries suffer the worst effects of global warming. Yet their voices are often underrepresented. Given the disturbing return of climate change denial to the political mainstream since last year’s US election, this situation is even more problematic.