IMPORTANT: the 26th European Conference on South Asian Studies, ECSAS 2020 has been postponed until July 26-29, 2021. For further information regarding ECSAS 2020 please visit: https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/#mainwrapper and especially https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/faq/.
The Call for Papers is closed now.
Dear EASAS Member,
due to some delays caused by technical problems with the new membership administration we have decided to extend the paper abstract submission window for ECSAS2020 by one week. The submission deadline is thus November 24, 2019 (midnight UTC).
With best wishes,
EASAS /The ECSAS2020 Conference Team
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 26th European Conference on South
Asian Studies, ECSAS 2020, to be held at the University of Vienna, Austria, from 29th July to 1st
All paper proposals must be made via the online form. Please read the instructions on the call
for papers at https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/paper-submission-guidelines/ and browse the list of
panels at https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/panels/
The call for papers will open September 2 and close on November 17, 2019 (midnight GMT)
You will be informed about accepted abstracts in mid-January 2020.
EASAS membership is required.
You can find the complete Call as a PDF here.
You can find the guidelines and detailed information regarding the Call as a PDF here.
We look forward to seeing you in Vienna in 2020!
Martin Gaenszle and Birgit Kellner (Conveners) and Danuta Stasik (EASAS President)
Dear Member of EASAS,
due to the technical delays in facilitating membership applications the organisers of the European Conference on South Asian Studies (ECSAS) 2020 in Vienna have decided to extend the deadline for the submission of Panel Proposals.
The Call for Panels will be open until 5 May, 2019. THE CALL FOR PANELS IS CLOSED NOW!
For information and Panel Submission go to https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/
The 26th ECSAS (European Conference on South Asian Studies) will take place at the University of Vienna (Austria) from 29 July to 1 August 2020.
Comprehensive information regarding the next conference will be made public here in appropriate time and the current status updated.
The website for the ECSAS 2020 in Vienna is now online: https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/
More content will be added in due course.
ECSAS 2020 Reflecting on Disciplinary Boundaries
European Conference on South Asian Studies
Vienna, Austria 29 July – 1 August 2020
The 26th European Conference on South Asian Studies (ECSAS) will be held at the University of Vienna, Austria, from 29 July to 1 August 2020. On behalf of the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS) and the Academic and Organising Committees we cordially invite you to submit panel proposals.
There is a long tradition of South Asian Studies in Vienna, both at the University of Vienna and at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, going back to the mid-19th century. While a strong focus has been on South Asia’s premodern period, recent decades have witnessed a process of historical as well as disciplinary expansion. South Asian Studies in Austria today covers a wide range of disciplines and interests, and extends across several institutions. Against this background the motto of the Vienna conference will be “Reflecting on Disciplinary Boundaries”. We particularly welcome panels which reflect on disciplinary boundaries and promote trans-, inter- or multidisciplinary approaches.
The panel submission is open from 4 February until 5 May, 2019. Please go to the conference website: https://ecsas2020.univie.ac.at/
THE CALL FOR PANELS IS CLOSED NOW!
All panel proposals must include the title of the panel, the name(s), affiliation(s) and the EASAS membership number of the convener(s), a contact e-mail, and a short and long abstract of the panel topic. Innovative elements of the panel should be particularly highlighted. Names of tentative paper contributors may be included (optional).
The short abstract must not exceed 300 characters, long abstracts must not exceed 1700 characters and should be text only. Please keep in mind that all panel proposals (and subsequent papers) must be in English.
For the complete Call for Panels click here.