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Fri Mar 04 2011

FYI: Call for Conference Panels: South Asian Studies

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        1.     Hugo Cardoso , Call for Conference Panels: South Asian Studies

Message 1: Call for Conference Panels: South Asian Studies
Date: 04-Mar-2011
From: Hugo Cardoso <hcardosoumac.mo>
Subject: Call for Conference Panels: South Asian Studies
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Scholars and students from any field of research related to the South Asian
region are invited to participate in the 22nd European Conference on Modern
South Asian Studies (ECMSAS) in Lisbon (Portugal).

For the last decades, the ECMSAS has been an important platform for debate
and illustration of contemporary trends in South Asian studies worldwide.
The ECMSAS conferences are held biannually under the auspices of the
European Association of South Asian Studies (EASAS), a professional,
non-profit organization of scholars engaged in research and teaching
concerning South Asia with regard to all periods and fields of study.

The closing date for panel suggestions will be 15 April 2011.

The steering committee will meet in May to decide on the panels to be
accepted, and the selected panels will be listed on both the EASAS and the
ECSAS conference web-sites soon after the decisions have been made, most
probably towards the end of May 2011.

If you would like to convene a panel at this conference, please send your
panel title, together with a short description of the panel (100 words
maximum) and a tentative list of participants in a doc- or rtf-format to
the following email-address:


The file should be structured as follows:

1. Panel name (tentative)
2. Panel description (100 words maximum)
3. Your name, postal and email address
4. Your professional affiliation
5. List of participants (tentative)

Please use (as subject line): ''ECSAS panel suggestion''.

Email: ecsas22ed.ac.uk

Visit the website at http://ecmsas2012.iscte.pt/index.php

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