Punjab Research Group

cfp: 7th IDSAsr Reconfiguration of Indian Higher Education, March 7-8, 2014

Posted in News/Information by Pippa on January 3, 2014

Guru Arjan Dev(GAD) Institute of Development Studies is a centre for advanced research and training in multi disciplinary areas as diverse as Agriculture and rural development; social change and social structure; environment and resource economics; globalization and trade, industry, labour and welfare; macro economics issues and models; population and development and health policy research. We deem it a great privilege to bring to you kind notice that institute has planned to organize 7th IDSAsr National seminars on the theme: Reconfiguration of Indian Higher Education with effect from March 7-8, 2014.

The contribution of all the players in the field is very necessary for the success of the seminar. All the papers accepted and presented at the seminar will be published with ISBN of the institute. E- Brochure is available at http://www.idsasr.org

Dr Gursharan Singh Kainth
Director
Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies
14-Preet Avenue, Majitha Road
PO Naushera, Amritsar 143008
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Cfp: Socio Economic Cooperation between India and Pakistan

Posted in Conferences, News/Information by Pippa on September 9, 2013

We are pleased to inform you that the Department of History and Pakistan Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore is organizing an International Conference on Socio Economic Cooperation between India and Pakistan, to be held on 26-28 November at Lahore, Pakistan.

In view of the above, the proposed three day conference shall focus on the following broad themes:

1.        Indo-Pak relations in Historical perspective

2.        Trade relations between two countries.

3.        Potentialities of investment and joint ventures between India and Pakistan.

4.        Cooperation between two Punjabs: Agriculture, Trade and Investment.

5.        Infrastructural linkages between two Punjab.

6.        Security issues between India and Pakistan.

7.        Cultural cooperation between two countries and especially on Punjab.

8.        Academic cooperation between two countries and especially on Punjab.

The above list of sub-themes is providing a guideline, however, paper contributors may write on any topic relevant to the main theme of the seminar. Please contact Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Chawla, for further details: chawla_iqbal@yahoo.com

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Chawla, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, & Chairman Department of History & Pakistan Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.

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Cfp: Global Studies Conference

Posted in Conferences by Pippa on February 12, 2013

The 2013 Global Studies Conference, held at the India International Center in conjunction with Ambedkar University, will feature sessions on a breadth of topics relevant to Global Studies. Proposals for paper presentations, workshops, roundtables or colloquia are invited, addressing global studies through one of the following themes:

*Economy and Trade
*Politics, Power and Institutions
*Society and Culture
*Resources and Environment

The upcoming deadline for proposal submissions is 19 March 2013. Please visit our website for more information on submitting your proposal, future deadlines, and registering for the conference.

Presenters have the option to submit completed papers to The Global Studies Journal. If you are unable to attend the conference in person, virtual registrations include the option to submit a video presentation, and/or submission to the one of the journals for peer review and possible publication, as well as subscriber access to the journals.

New Delhi and the Global Studies Conference

Entering its sixth year, the Global Studies Conference meets annually to discuss the dynamics of globalization in today’s world. The Global Studies Conference serves as an open forum for exploring globalization from many perspectives. As the center of one of the emerging BRICS economies, New Delhi is a relevant and ideal location to discuss India’s role in globalization.

Further details: http://00ed389.netsolhost.com/cmngnd/vo/globalstudies2013b.html

Call for Contributions: The Economics of Military Conflict in South Asia

Posted in New Publications, News/Information by Pippa on November 27, 2011

The Economics of Military Conflict in South Asia

We seek original contributions from a wide range of disciplines including economics, econometrics, political science, international relations, strategic studies and public policy for an inter-disciplinary collection of essays to be published in a proposed special edition on the economics of military conflict in South Asia in the Journal of Asian Public Policy. Contributions should address an economic and public policy aspect of military conflict in a country, or combination of countries, from South Asian including Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. Studies of both inter- and sub-state conflict (including separatist movements and non-state actors) are welcome. Final articles should be 4,000-7,000 words in length with an expected date of publication in late 2012 or early 2013.

Possible topics include:
* The effects of conflict on trade or economic growth
* The economic determinants and costs of conflict
* Public policy responses and solutions to conflict
* The economic and social effects of military spending
* The economic impediments and imperatives of peace

Interested contributors should send a 200 word abstract with a brief biographical note to mwebb@pi.ac.ae or albert.wijeweera@scu.edu.au by 15 December 2011. Authors of selected abstracts will be contacted in early 2012. Final contributions will be subject to a process of peer review before publication.

University of Warwick – Research Fellow x 3

Posted in Vacancies by Pippa on February 28, 2010

University of Warwick, Global History and Culture Centre; Europe’s Asian Centuries, Trading Eurasia, 1600-1830, Fixed Term Contract from October 2010 to March 2014, Ref: 70268-020

You will conduct research, mainly in the UK but also internationally, as part of the ERC-funded project Europe’s Asian Centuries, Trading Eurasia 1600-1830 under the direction of Professor Maxine Berg (University of Warwick). You will conduct research on topics relating to the long-distance trade between Asia and Europe in material goods and culture; write publications, and assist in organising a conference, small workshops, and some public events such as podcasts, lectures and a website
relating to the project.

You will cover one or more of the Dutch and Ostend East India Companies, the French East India Companies, and the Danish and Swedish East India Companies, and the private traders connected with these. Prior specialist expertise is not required, but competence will be expected in the relevant European languages.

You will have a first degree or equivalent; a PhD, or equivalent, in history or a related field and first-hand familiarity with historical research methods. You will also be expected, in collaboration with two Research Fellow colleagues, to create an undergraduate module that will be team-taught during the academic years 2011/12 and 2012/13.

For further details and an application form please visit our website below.
Closing date: 17 March 2010.
http://www.warwick.ac.uk/jobs

University of Aberdeen Global Empires Post-Graduate Research Project

Posted in PhD Studentship by Pippa on February 28, 2010

The post-graduate research project below may well be of interest

In recent years across a range of disciplines, empire has become a paradigm for rethinking a globalized world. In this context, the University of Aberdeen is pleased to advertise a number of Masters (fees
only) and Doctoral (fees and partial maintenance) Studentships within a broader interdisciplinary project on the ‘Ideas, Practices, and Impacts of Global Empires’. This brings together a supervisory team drawn from History, Anthropology, Hispanic Studies, International Relations, and the University’s museums. Within the project, we are interested in a number of themes: cross cultural encounters and collecting; material culture and visual representations of encounters; trade, migration, and empire; the ideologies of empires; and resistance and the ends of empires. Our areas of focus include: the British and American empires (especially Canada, the American South, South Asia, South Africa and the Antipodes); empires past and present in Latin America; Holy Roman Empire; modern German empires within and beyond Europe; Russia, especially Soviet Russia, including Russian informal empires; and competing imperialisms in East Asia. We invite applications from candidates with research interests (interdisciplinary or within the disciplines named above) touching one or more of these themes and areas.
See Further: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/cass/graduate/funding/research/empires

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