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Call for Papers: The Third Annual Kathmandu Conference on Nepal and the HimalayaJanuary 28, 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Third Annual Kathmandu Conference on Nepal and the Himalaya
23-25 July, 2014, Kathmandu
Social Science Baha, Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies and Britain-Nepal Academic Council
Proposals are invited for stand-alone papers or three-paper panels.
Papers can deal with any aspect of life in Nepal and the Himalaya from a social science perspective. Papers can also be comparative so long as Nepal or the Himalaya is included in the comparison.
Length of presentation: 40 minutes per paper, including discussant, floor discussions and remarks from the chair.
Interested individuals are asked to submit an abstract of 400-500 words along with a two-page CV.
Individuals or institutions can propose three-paper panels covering the areas outlined above to provide a variety of perspectives on a particular theme.
Length of presentation: 2 hours per panel, including discussant(s), floor discussions and remarks from the chair.
Proposals for panels should consist of the topic and brief description of the panel; the three papers to be presented, including abstracts of 400-500 words for each paper; and the proposed chair and discussant(s).
Interested presenters are requested to send proposals to the Conference Secretariat. at [email protected] by Sunday, 16 February, 2014.
The organisers will charge a nominal conference registration fee to all participants, including paper presenters, in order to partially cover the cost of meals and venue.
Dates to remember:
• Submission deadline for abstracts and panels: 16 February, 2014
• Notification of paper and panel acceptance will be made by 18 March, 2014
• Final papers due: 30 June, 2014
• Conference dates: 23-25 July, 2014
Update: to read the news of the successful programme, please visit this link.