Center for South Asian Studies | University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Resources and Announcements for Scholars

This page has the latest deadlines and updates on call for papers/proposals , scholarships, grants, & fellowships, job opportunities, and featured resources relating to South Asian studies. Scroll down for more!

Call for Papers/Proposals:

Call for Manuscripts by Dr. Ruby Lal – “Islamic South Asia”

Collection of Essays: Towards a Diasporic Imagination of the Present

Call for Papers – The Living Archives: Third World, Indigenous and Anti-Colonial Queer and Feminist International Solidarities

Conference – Warwick Symposium on Migration, Post-Coloniality, and the Question of Europe, 9 July, UK

Conference - The Dynamics of Change in the Pakistan-Afghanistan Region: Politics on Borderland – June 12-14, Peshawar, Pakistan 

Conference - Decolonizing Epistemologies, Methodologies and Ethics: Postcolonial-Feminist Interventions – June 2, Frankfurt, Germany (*new)

Conference - Indian Languages in Diaspora – October 29-31, Guadeloupe (*new)

Book Chapters – The Senses in Urban Experiences

International Summer School, New Delhi for Undergraduate Students 

Conference – Language, Power and Identity in Asia: Creating and Crossing Language Boundaries, 14-16 March 2016, Netherlands (IIAS)

World Asian Studies Conference, Aug. 11-13, Colombo, Sri Lanka 

Conference - Relations and Networks in Indian Ocean Writing, Nov. 26-27, Barcelona, Spain

AIIS Book Prize – Unpublished 1st Manuscripts on an Indian subject

Verge: Studies in Global Asias- Special Issue: Asian Empires and Imperialism

Call for Papers – “Jewish-Muslim Relations in South Asia (for journal Cafe Dissensus)

Scholarships, Grants & Fellowships:

Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, 2 Postdoctoral Positions (*new)

American Institute of Indian Studies Research Fellowships

Job Opportunities:

Antioch University, Ohio, Education Abroad Instructor (India), Fall Semester, Buddhist Studies

Cleveland State University, Visiting India Scholar

Murdoch University, Lecturer in English and Postcolonial Literature (*new)

Tennessee University, Tenure-track, Asst. Professor, World History with East or South Asia emphasis

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Tenure-Track, Asst. Professor, World History (*new)

Ashoka University (India), Asst./Assoc. Professor, Political Science or International Relations

Featured Resources:

Collections: South Asian and Himalayan Art - Starting Jan. 1, 2015, more than 1,200 objects from 1st century BCE to the present will be available (The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art)

South Asian American Digital Archive – Seeking to give voice to South Asian Americans through documenting, preserving, and sharing stories 

Endangered Archives Program – Printed books and periodicals from public institutions in eastern India before 1950

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