The 49th Annual Conference will be held virtually. Details will be shared after the conference program is complete. View the full announcement here. We are now accepting submissions for panels, roundtables, and single papers for the 49th Annual Conference. The submission deadline is April 5,
Conference Papers – NUS Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS)
Watch via Zoom: Register here to receive the link March 3—4, Bangladesh gained independence from Pakistan in Panelists will discuss a wide range of topics, including the remarkable economic and human development of independent Bangladesh and the important role of civil society in its development. This arc will be traced and analyzed through a set of panel presentations by leading Bangladeshi scholars and activists moderated by international scholars who have worked on and in Bangladesh. The call to explore more trans-regional connections must be pursued along with deeper historical inquiries into the unique cultural matrix of the Kathmandu valley. Visit the main Nepal Mandala Symposium website for more information.