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Visual Anthropology and Contemporary South Asian History

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The ‘Visual anthropology and contemporary South Asian history conference’ aims to offer historians, anthropologists and postgraduate history students a unique opportunity to share and strengthen their scholarship within a cross-disciplinary research network concerned with the crucial relevance of applying theories of visual anthropology to the study of contemporary South Asian history.

Call for Papers

The conference invites contributions addressing the following and related topics: - Perspective on visual anthropology and South Asian history - The use of visual records in producing new histories of South Asian identities - Digital anthropology and representation of contemporary South Asian societies - Practice-based research methods combining visual and historical studies relevant to South Asia

The organisers invite proposals for papers or presentations of 20 minutes in length. Abstracts of 300 words and an author biography (incl. institutional affiliation) should be submitted via email to by 3 January 2014. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 20 January 2014.

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