If you want to join the association, or if you are already member, and you wish to organize the next workshop please send a proposal before November
20th to email@example.com.
The proposal must include a brief description of the topic with several possible sub-topics and a place in India where to host the workshop with the technical support of a local institution (Universities and Institutes of research). The workshop will take place next spring. Team's proposal are strongly encouraged. The format attended is a three day workshop with opening lectures, daily presentations of papers discussed by senior researchers and organized in panels, methodological workshops and a concluding session.
The AJEI is a student organization whose members are young researchers coming from various disciplines of the human and social sciences (from masters degree to postdoctoral level) whose area of research is South Asia. Since 1998 the AJEI organizes an annual workshop in India with the support of international and local partners to bring students and scholars together in order to discuss selected topics. One of the goals of the workshop is also to interact informally, and build relationships, towards creating a strong international network of researchers.
Please have a look at the supporting documents check the page "Ateliers Jeunes Chercheurs" on the web site
Don't hesitate to contact the board for any further informations concerning the organisation of the workshop: firstname.lastname@example.org
for the upcoming spring issue 2018 of our journal IQAS – International Quarterly for Asian Studies (formerly Internationales Asienforum),
we invite papers that address the following questions: How do people in Asia imagine (in)security? What do they consider threatening, and what worth securing? How do they go about
security in their daily routine and perhaps even unconscious activities? And how do these practices possibly differ from or, on the contrary, reflect either global or national security
We look forward to receiving proposals before 20 November 2017. We would be grateful if you could forward this call to further colleagues working on
similar themes. Thank you very much!