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AIPS Conferences 2005-2006

34th Annual South Asia Conference

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison Concourse Hotel
October 6 - 9, 2005

The Annual Conference on South Asia attracts over 500 scholars and other interested parties annually, who travel from a dozen countries around the world and much of the United States including Hawaii and Alaska. The conference features over 70 academic panels and roundtables as well as association meetings and special events ranging from performances to film screenings. Included each year are a noted Keynote Speaker and a Plenary Session Speaker.

Scholars, professionals and practitioners with interest in any field related to South Asia scholarship, are invited to propose panel or single paper presentations on research or practice. Examples of research can be in any of the following disciplines such as: anthropology, architecture, art, history, literature, politics, women's studies, religious studies, or film studies to name a few. Non-presenters are also invited to attend.

Between State Ideology and Popular Culture: Urdu Literature and Urdu Media in Contemporary Pakistan

Organized and held July 20-22, 2006 by The Department of Modern South Asian Studies (Languages and Literatures), South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg

You can view or download a one-page summary, a full program, and a list of participants.