[INDOLOGY] Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions Call for papers: 2021 Symposium

Kush Depala kushdepala at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 19:15:37 UTC 2020

Dear Indology list members,

Apologies for cross-posting.

Please find below our call for papers for the Spalding Symposium on Indian
Religions 2021.

*Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions*

*Call for papers: 2021 Symposium *

We invite proposals for papers for the 46th Spalding Symposium on Indian
Religions, which will be held *online*, on *23-25 April 2021*. Our purview
includes both religions of South Asian origin wherever in the world they
are being practised, and those of non- South Asian origin present within
South Asia. We welcome papers based upon all research methods, including
textual, historical, ethnographic, sociological and philosophical.

Presenters are allocated forty minutes for their paper and twenty
minutes for discussion. There is *no conference fee*, but all presenters
and attendees must register. Registration details will be released in the
new year. We also welcome proposals from doctoral students, who will be
allocated twenty minutes for their paper and ten minutes for discussion.

We are delighted to announce our keynote speakers:

   - Dr Jacqueline Suthren Hirst, who recently retired from Manchester
   University, UK
   - Prof. Oliver Freiberger of the University of Texas at Austin, USA

If you would like to give a presentation, please send a title and abstract
(maximum 500 words) to the Spalding Symposium committee:
*spaldingsymposium1 at gmail.com
<spaldingsymposium1 at gmail.com>*, by *22 January 2021*.

Further information about the Symposium can be found on our website,
where you can also sign up to receive details of the programme and booking
information when available.

For further enquiries please feel free to contact any of us directly or on
the Spalding Symposium email address listed above.

Best wishes,

Kush on behalf of the organising committee


*The Spalding Symposium organising committee*

Dr Avni Chag (a.chag at soas.ac.uk), Dr Karen O'Brien-Kop (
Karen.OBrien-Kop at roehampton.ac.uk), Dr Brian Black (b.black at lancaster.ac.uk),
and Kush Depala (kush.depala at stud.uni-heidelberg.de).


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