[INDOLOGY] Extension: CfP for IIGRS13 extended to July 14th

Hershini Soneji hershinisoneji at gmail.com
Thu Jul 6 08:30:46 UTC 2023

Dear all,

There is a short extension to the Call for Papers for the 13th
International Indology Graduate Research Symposium (IIGRS 13) held at the
Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge,
from September
29-30, 2023. The new submission date is Friday 14th July, 2023.

We invite abstract submissions for a presentation of 20 minutes. If you
would like to give a presentation, please submit the relevant details via
this link: https://forms.gle/eSgJvRqAzTZSZPhk8. Please consider applying if
you are a graduate student or an early-career researcher – this is a great
forum to share your work with peers. Details of the call are shared below.

Content of abstract:

Abstracts should not exceed 300 words and should include:


   Your name and institution

   Indication of research degrees and positions held.

   The title of your paper.

   A broad indication of its subject area.

   A basic outline of its contents.

You will be prompted to supply the above information in the Google Form
<https://forms.gle/eSgJvRqAzTZSZPhk8>. You will also be prompted to attach
your abstract in an open document format (e.g. txt, odf, or docx) or in PDF

If you are unsure about whether your paper is suitable, do not hesitate to
contact us as soon as possible at iigrsuk at gmail.com.


The subject matter of your paper may be any Indological topic, provided it
is based on primary sources studied in the original language. This
includes, but is not limited to, philological, text-historical,
manuscript-based, philosophical, historical, or literary studies. For more
information see FAQ at https://iigrs.wordpress.com/faq/.


If your abstract is accepted, you will be allotted a slot of no more than
thirty minutes, around twenty minutes of which should be devoted to
delivering your paper, and ten minutes for questions and discussion.

Please see the website (https://iigrs.wordpress.com/) for more information.
We hope to hear from you!


Hershini Soneji

Madhulika Chebrol

Tilak Parekh

(University of Cambridge)
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