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02 Dec

International Conference on History, Theory and Writing, SB College

C PRACSIS International Conference on
History, Theory and Writing
11&12 January 2016
In Association with
The Department of English, SB College, Changanassery &
Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University

C PRACSIS announces its 2016 edition of International Conference on 'History, Theory and Writing' in association with the Department of English, SB College, Changanassery and the Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University. Nikolas Kompridis, Director, Institute for Social Justice and Research Professor in Philosophy and Political Thought at Australian Catholic University, will deliver the keynote address. Allison Weir, Professor of Social and Political Philosophy and Gender Studies at the Institute for Social Justice will be the plenary speaker. Papers and panel proposals are invited from academics, researchers and professionals to the International Conference to be held on 11&12 January 2016 at Changanassery, Kerala, India.

Abstracts of the papers (not exceeding 250 words), along with a brief narrative bio(not exceeding 50 words), are to be sent to , & on or before December 15, 2015. The conference attempts to address a broad spectrum of issues related to 'History, Theory and Writing' in society, governance, mobility, gender, marginality, migration, media, democracy, culture, civilization, history, art, political thought, colonialism, literature, digital culture, city and cyber world. Abstracts should be submitted on line with the following information and in this order: a) author(s); b) affiliation; c) email address; d) telephone numbers; e) title of abstract; f) body of abstract; g) key words. Please use plain text (Times Roman 12; single spaced) for the submission of abstracts and abstain from any footnotes and special formatting. Only one paper per author will be accepted for presentation in the conference sessions, and at least one author for each paper must be at the conference to present the paper. All proposals are subject to a peer review process. Selected conference-papers will be published in the forthcoming volume of the C PRACSIS Reader. The receipt of abstracts will be acknowledged immediately and the selected paper-presenters will be notified. The conference registration fee must be remitted on or before December 31,2015. (academics & professionals Rs.1300/US$25; research students from India Rs.700). 

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