Apologies. I should have noted that all questions about this workshop should be directed to SAchristianity.workshop@gmail.com. The organizers are not on the Indology list and won't see questions sent to the list.

All the best,

On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 3:16 PM, rajam <rajam@earthlink.net> wrote:
Is this workshop intended only for "post-fieldwork PhD students and early-career researchers working on Christianity in South Asia?” 

Christianity in India first rooted in South India. Many South Indian studies, especially about Missionaries, are available to understand such phenomenon. 


On Jan 18, 2014, at 9:37 AM, Jo Brill <josephine.brill@gmail.com> wrote:

I was asked by Iliyana Angelova, one of the workshop organizers, to share this call for papers with the Indology list.

Best regards to all,


Inter-disciplinary workshop on
‘Christianity in South Asia: cultural and historical interactions’
organised with the generous support of the South Asia Research Cluster,
Wolfson College, University of Oxford

17 May 2014
Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Iliyana Angelova (ISCA, University of Oxford)
Ina Zharkevich (ODID, University of Oxford)

Short abstract:
The workshop will create an opportunity for post-fieldwork PhD students and early-career researchers working on Christianity in South Asia to come together in a shared platform and discuss their ideas and research. The workshop aims to foster inter-disciplinary research collaborations between workshop participants as well as increase public awareness of the growing relevance of Christianity-related studies to contemporary South Asian scholarship. Contributions are welcome from any discipline in the social sciences and humanities, particularly, but not exclusively, from the disciplines of social anthropology, history, South Asian studies, development studies and religious studies.

Paper proposals should include a title, an abstract of 250-300 words and a brief personal biography of the presenter, including department and university affiliation as well as year of study (for PhD students).

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 20 February 2014.
Please email all submissions to SAchristianity.workshop@gmail.com.

Successful applicants will be notified by 30 March and expected to submit full papers by 30 April for pre-circulation to discussants.
Unfortunately, the organisers cannot provide any financial assistance towards travel and accommodation costs.
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