The second Ireland India Institute Conference on South Asia hosted at the All Hallows Campus in Dublin City University on the 26th and 27th of April, 2018 was a major success. Our keynote speakers Dr. Caroline Osella and Dr. Priyamvada Gopal, spoke on very different topics, yet, we had a full house of listeners who engaged in insightful conversations and discussions. We would like to thank our keynote speakers for their presence and their contribution.
The participants who presented their work did so with great flare and we received wonderful feedback from all the moderators and audience members. The atmosphere and energy at the conference enhanced the networking opportunities and we would like to thank the Chairs and Moderators for their precious time and insight. Most of all, the organizers would like to thank our participants for making the III Conference on South Asia 2018 a success.
Impressed with the quality and range of papers that were discussed, the organizers decided at the Irish Association of South Asian Studies meeting that we would like to enhance the communicative network. We have decided to establish a Critical South Asian Studies network as a way of extending the correspondence and encouraging Critical South Asian scholarship, especially among young scholars. The proceeding will be announced soon.
We look forward to the Third Ireland India Institute Conference on South Asia 2019. The Call for Papers would be announced in September 2018. Please find links to Keynote lectures and Gallery below.
Follow link for Dr. Osella’s lecture.
Follow link for Photo Gallery III Conference 2018. Tweets and photographs are tagged #iii2018 on Twitter.
- Agenda for Third Annual Conference on South Asia 2019
- Third Annual Conference on South Asia
- Marginalisation Across Cultures: Dalit Women in India and Traveller Women in Ireland
- Keynote Speaker for Third Ireland India Institute Conference on South Asia 2019
- Keynote Speaker for Third #iii2019 Conference on South Asia