Archive for 'Indien'

Special Invitation: Local hospitality provided for early submission

The Institute of Cross Cultural Studies and Academic Exchange is organizing conferences in early January in Kolkata, India and one in North Bengal(near Darjeeling)

Participants can attend multiple conferences:

Dates of 2 international conferences are:
January 4–6,2020: Topic: Human Rights and Social Justice: East and West+
January 9–11,2020: Self, Language and Morality (North Bengal)

The conferences will have Garden Session which will allow the presenter to speak on a particular area of their own research in case they do not have research done ...

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[MWS China-Büro] Ausschreibung China-Reisestipendien und Gerald D. Feldman-Reisebeihilfen

Die Max Weber Stiftung – Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland (MWS) vergibt mit Unterstützung der Fritz Thyssen Stiftung in diesem Jahr erneut zwei Reisestipendien für China. Vergeben werden die Stipendien an herausragende Sinologinnen und Sinologen und andere einschlägig arbeitende Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftler/innen in der Qualifikationsphase (Doktoranden/innen und Postdoktoranden/innen), für deren Forschung ein Aufenthalt vor Ort unabdingbar ist. Insgesamt werden bis zu drei Monate lange Recherchen für ein selbst gewähltes Forschungsvorhaben in China unterstützt.
Bewerbungsfrist: 18. Oktober ...

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CFP: India and Pakistan: The Formative Phase, 1947-c.1960, 21-22 May 2019, Senate House, University of London


Conference Scope and Aims

The end of the British Indian Empire in 1947 and the creation of India and Pakistan as independent dominions marked the beginning of the post-colonial era in the world. Not only did 14/15 August 1947 signal the dusk of British imperial might which had been the mainstay of the world for nearly two centuries, India soon became the world’s largest democracy, while Pakistan became not just the world’s largest Muslim majority country but also the ...

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Call for Abstracts: International Conference „Democratizing Governance in India“

The Department of Culture and History of India and Tibet, University of Hamburg is organizing the international conference ‚Democratizing Governance in India: a facet of aspirational polity‘.

The conference will take place on 2 and 3 November 2018 at the University of Hamburg.

Please find the concept note and four themes to be addressed in the sessions here.

Scholars are invited to submit their paper proposals including

a) title, b) name of the author, and c) an abstract of up to 250 words ...

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