The ECSAS has met regularly since 1968, and has provided an important opportunity to discuss current research and scholarship on topics relating to South Asia within the humanities and social
sciences. The ECSAS conferences now operate under the auspices of the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS), a charitable, academic association engaged in the support of research
and teaching concerning South Asia with regard to all periods and fields of study.
ECSAS will celebrate its 25th edition in Paris, hosted at the EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales—School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences). The main institutional organizer is the CEIAS (Centre d’Études de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud—Center for South Asian Studies, UMR 8564 CNRS/EHESS), which is the largest French research institute in the social sciences dealing with the Indian subcontinent. Created in the mid-1950s by Louis Dumont, the Center’s original aim was to renew the study of South Asia by combining social science-based methods and findings with those of classical Indology.
|Call for papers||1. Sept. 2017||
20. Nov. 2017
|Early registration||5. Feb. 2018||
4 May 2018
|Standard registration||5. May 2018||30 June 2018|
|Late registration||1 July 2018||27 July 2018|
Participants can present only one paper during the 25th ECSAS conference. Each participant can chair one panel, or be a discussant in one panel.
All the panels accepted for the ECSAS2018 are open to paper proposals through the website. EASAS encourages young researchers to submit paper proposals.
Timing of presentations
Each panel slot will be 90 minutes long, accommodating optimally three and a maximum of four presenters; each panel may only extend over a maximum of 4 slots, i.e. at most 16 presenters.
Letter of Acceptance
You must download the file, fill it in and sent it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that all participants at the 25th ECSAS (panel convenors, paper presenters and chairs/discussants) must be members of EASAS.
No paper proposal can be officially accepted if the paper proposer is not a member. Non-members cannot attend the conference.