The Forum for South Asia Studies at Uppsala University invites you to participate in the 2015 FSAS conference, May 4, 2015 in Uppsala with a special focus on "Paths to the future for India and Pakistan."
Keynote presentations by Christophe Jaffrelot (SciencesPo), Mahvish Shami (London School of Economics) and Ian Talbot (University of Southampton). In addition we are organising workshops for South Asia scholars in Sweden. The keynote presentations are open to the general public.
NIAS' project coordinator and centre administrator, Katrine Herold, will be going on maternity leave from 6. march 2015 until march 2016. Natalie Wheeler will take up the position from 7. April and until Katrine returns. In the interim period please use the [email protected].
The Department of Foreign Languages at the University of Bergen seeks to appoint a full-time, tenured Full Professor/Associate Professor in modern Chinese linguistics and China studies. The appointment will be made from 1 January 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Martin Lundqvist is a Swedish master's student of political science at Lund University, Sweden, where his main areas of interest are the politics of south east Asia and peacebuilding. Additionally, he holds a bachelor degree in peace and conflict studies from Malmö University.
The AsiaPortal is a Nordic information portal for researchers, students, government officers and journalists with an interest in Asia. Its content is primarily based in the Social Sciences and Humanities. It is a collaborative endeavor between the 23 universities and research institutions in the Nordic NIAS Council and NIAS/NIAS LINC.