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AIPS Conferences 2009-2010

38th Annual Conference on South Asia

The Center for South Asia at the University of Wisconsin - Madison is pleased to invite proposals for the annual South Asia conference, which will take place in Madison, WI from October 22-25, 2009.

For more information, please visit the conference website.

Workshop on Pakistani Migration and Transnationalism

The International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO) is organizing a workshop entitled 'Pakistani Migration and Transnationalism', 14-15 January 2010. The workshop will gather 8-12 scholars who have worked specifically on issues relating to migration from Pakistan. Workshop participants will be selected on the basis of an abstract, to be submitted no later than October 26, 2009. Selected candidates will be expected to circulate their manuscript before the workshop to inform the discussion. These texts (published or unpublished, drafts or final papers) should be submitted by mid-December. Participants will have board and lodging in Oslo covered by the organizers. For more information and instructions for applying, please see

9th Annual East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference on the Asia Pacific Region

The East-West Center invites graduate students from around the world to submit papers for the 9th Annual International Graduate Student Conference (IGSC) on the Asia Pacific region, taking place in Honolulu, Hawaii USA from February 11-13, 2010.

Important Links:
IGSC official website
Abstract submission form (MS Word)
IGSC announcement flyer (PDF)

The Conference will provide an opportunity to share interdisciplinary perspectives formally (through presenting papers and attending other panel presentations) and informally in the warm and encouraging environment of the East-West Center in Hawaii. Participation in the 2009 conference had broad representation, consisting of graduate students representing 27 nationalities, from more than 60 universities throughout the world.

Veiled Constellations: The Veil, Critical Theory, Politics, and Contemporary Society

Seymour Schulich Building
York University
Toronto, Canada
June 3-5, 2010

co-sponsored by:
Department of Political Science (graduate program)
Centre for Human Rights
Department of Sociology (graduate program)
Department of Communication and Culture (graduate program)
Graduate Students Association
York University

Download more information or visit the conference website.