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Apr 17, 2017 » Check it out! 2017 CSAS Symposium Program From April 19 to 21, join the UH Center for South Asian Studies for its annual symposium which allows for close engagement and enriching conversations amongst the participants, through the keynote addresses, panels, films, and events. The symposium will host diverse speakers on topics ranging from local community development to migration to higher education to multicultural imagination and much more! It promises to be an interdisciplinary, active, and engaging event, a ‘community building’ in its own right.    

Jan 27, 2017 » The Center for South Asian Studies invites paper for its 34th Annual Spring Symposium South Asian Studies: Pedagogy and Community Building Conference Dates: 19th - 21st April, 2017 Deadline for abstracts - February 15, 2017 Notification of acceptance - February 20, 2017... read more

Jan 6, 2017 » International Journal of Social Science and Business (IJSSB) is an international peer-reviewed journal which accepts research articles, review papers, case studies, etc. in all fields of Social Science and Business. The core objective of IJSSB is to publish new knowledge and theories for the benefit of society from academics, researchers, professionals to industry practitioners. It also provides a venue for PhD scholars to submit on-going research and developments in these areas.   IJSSB publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews. Special Issues devoted to important topics in business …... read more

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34th Annual CSAS Symposium Video

The UHM Center for South Asian Studies has developed this small project to introduce junior and non-specialist members of the UH and the broader research community to the notion of ‘caste’ as a critical and contested concept. We hope these preliminary resources will prove useful to those who want to take caste into the classroom.

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