Call for Papers (The Historian-A Biannual Research journal)
Department of History, GC University, Lahore, Pakistan invites research papers for publication in The Historian, a referred bi-annual research journal. The next issue is primarily intended to examine the relationship between culture and colonialism. The papers should examine the institutional and pedagogical practices in the colonial Punjab. We would keenly welcome theoretically innovative papers analyzing the nexus of culture and the legacies of imperialism in the contemporary (Indian & Pakistani) Punjab.
Possible areas of study may be:
Education as a colonizing technology
Education as cultural capital in contemporary Punjab
Economy as a source of cultural transformation
British Bureaucracy as cultural Elite
British institutionalization and cultural homo/heterogeneity
The contributors may also discuss other themes with the editor, The Historian, before submitting their papers. The length of the papers should be between 8000 to 10, 000 words. Please mail your CV and an abstract (400-500 words) by the 30 November 2007 to the Department of History, GC University, Lahore.
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