The India China Institute at The New School, New York and the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, in collaboration with the East Asia Studies Departments of the University of Delhi and the Jawaharlal Nehru University invite the submission of abstracts for the Second Annual Interdisciplinary Emerging Scholars Symposium on China India Studies scheduled to be held on the 2-3 November 2012 at the University of Delhi, New Delhi.
Researchers pursuing an advanced degree (MPhil/PhD) and young scholars who have been awarded their PhDs within the last 5 years are eligible to send in their proposals. Advanced Masterís degree students from professional fields such as law, design, and architecture are also welcome to apply. The call for papers is open only to Indian citizens based in India and abroad.
Interested candidates are invited to send an abstract clearly stating the paperís key research questions as well as its theoretical framework. The themeís overall relevance including to the applicantís ongoing research work should also be discussed. The proposal should mention the name, current affiliation, and contact information of the applicant. Only original papers which have not been published will be accepted. Papers with a strong analytical focus on India-China interactions, comparisons, and impact will be given preference.
Submission of paper proposals(1000 words):07 August 2012
Acceptance Notification: 20 August 2012
Final Paper submissions (6000 words): 10 October 2012
Domestic airfare along with accommodation will be provided by the sponsors. However, international airfare will not be provided. All submissions and queries should be sent by email to email@example.com. Hard copy submissions will not be accepted.
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