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The Body in Colonial India: July 7, 2018
Goldsmiths, The University of London
Please join us for the Body in Colonial India Colloquium. Registration is free (including lunch) but space is limited. Please register by June 29, 2018. If you are interested in registering please complete the registration form through the link below. Spaces will be held on a first-come, first-served basis.
10:00-10:15 registration and tea/coffee
10:15-10:30: Opening remarks
Transactions and documentation in the Persianate world
Exeter, 13-14 July 2018
During the latter half of the twentieth century, the rivalry between the United States and the erstwhile Soviet Union, dubbed the Cold War, decisively shaped the global world order that emerged in the aftermath of WWII and the dismantling of the western European empires.
CFP Reminder: The Body in Colonial India
CFP Deadline: June 12, 2018
Colloquium Date: July 7, 2018 (Location: Goldsmiths, University of London)
Please send 100-200 word abstracts for 5-10 minute roundtable presentations to Kate Imy (email@example.com).
For further CFP details please see:
The importance of religion in contemporary debates ranging from nationalism to its place in the public sphere is exceedingly being felt. Nations -- referred to as imagined communities (c.f. Anderson) -- speak to the profound need for both legitimacy and belonging(ness), often articulated through one’s religious vis-a-vis ethnic identities in the modern world. This volume will explore this issue by focusing on the relationships between religion, geo-politics and the articulation of nationalism in the context of South Asia.
The Department of English, Gauhati University, has been organizing a series of international seminars on literature emerging from India and its neighbours, with two seminars already held on Sri Lanka and Pakistan. This year, we are shifting our focus to Afghanistan, the nation, and its diaspora.
This is an open call to seek papers for an edited volume on conflict, peace and Human Security in South Asia and its implications looking into the modern political trends specific to South Asia and its multi-dimensional impact on thi