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Resources and Announcements for Scholars

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

Call for Papers/Proposals:

Collection of Essays: Towards a Diasporic Imagination of the Present

IIAS (Asian Borderlands), Activated Borders: Re-openings, Ruptures and Relationships – December 8-10 2014 – Hong Kong 

  • Deadline (for registration): October 31, 2014
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Anthology – “The Interpreters of Identities: Writings of the Indian Diasporic Novelists” 

Linnaeus University, Concurrences in Postcolonial Research – perspectives, methodologies, engagements – August 20-23 2015 – Sweden

Call for Papers – South Asian Popular Culture – ‘Graphic Novels and Visual Cultures in South Asia’

Journal of South Asian Religious History 

Call for Papers – Sagar: A South Asia Research Journal – articles, translations, essays, and reviews of archives (*new)

Call for Papers – Exemplar: The Journal of South Asian Studies – ‘The Meaning of Modi’ (*new)

Scholarships and Fellowships:

University of California, President Post-doctoral Fellowship 2015-16 

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew W. Mellon 2015-17, Post-doctoral Fellowship

University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Mellon Post-doctoral Fellowship in Longue Duree Global and Postcolonial Studies 

Indiana University-Bloomington, Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society, Post-doctoral Fellowship

Critical Language Scholarship – Bangla, Punjabi, Urdu and more

Bard Graduate Center, Post-doctoral Fellowship in Islamic Art and Material Culture 

Yale University, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, South Asian Studies Council

Hamilton College, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Asian Migration and Diaspora (*new)

Job Opportunities:

Fairfield University, Tenure-Track Asst. Professor, History of South Asia/Indian Ocean

Washington University in St. Louis, Asst. Professor, Islamic Studies

Oklahoma State University, Tenure-track Asst. Professor, British Empire after 1750 

Northwestern University, Tenure-track Asst. Professor, South Asian Literatures and Cultures 

Georgetown University, South Asia or Indian Ocean World History

UC Davis, Tenure-track Asst. Professor, Women and Gender Studies

UC San Diego, Asst. Professor, Asian American literature 

Washington University in St. Louis, Islamic Studies and South Asian Studies Librarian

University of San Francisco, Tenure-Track Asst. Professor, Asian Art History

UC San Diego, Tenure-track Assoc. or Full Professor in Transnational Asia and Asian Diaspora Studies

University of New Hampshire, Tenure-Track Asst. Professor, Comparative Politics of South Asia

University of Toronto, Tenure-Track Asst. Professor, Gender & Transnational History

University of Illinois-Chicago, Tenure-Track Asst. Professor, Global Immigration and Urban Spaces

Georgia State University, 3 Tenure-Track or Tenured Postions, Global Studies (*new)

Featured Resources:

1984 Living History Project – “A mission to mark the watershed year of 1984 through capturing the stories of anti-Sikh violence in India, while recognizing the survival and resilience of a people”

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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