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A win-win initiative at the South Asian Studies Association conference, Orlando (USA), April 3-5, 2009

by , 24 Feb 2009 | in conferences | no comments yet

Today I have received a clever invitation from the the 3rd annual conference of South Asian Studies Association, which will be hosted by the University of Central Florida, Orlando (USA), April 3-5, 2009.

They have thought of a nice way to make some money, advertising those publishers who cannot go to Orlando, and students, besides the usual way of selling a display advertisement in their conference program.They will display materials for publishers in return for the right to sell them at the end of the conference and keep the proceeds. Unsold materials will be donated to their graduate student volunteers.

As usual, the book exhibit will be set up in the same space where twice daily 30-minute coffee breaks will be held to ensure plenty of traffic and browsing time and they will acknowledge the donation in the program.

I will surely send them the Journal of Asia Women Studies book.

 

How Does Change Happen?

by , 2 Oct 2008 | in conferences | no comments yet

The 10th AWID International Forum on Women’s Rights and Development. October 27-30, 2005 | Shangri-La Hotel | Bangkok, Thailand. AWID Forum website: www.awid.org/forum. Email inquiries: awidforum@awid.org. Ph. inquiries: +1.416.594.3773 Fax inquiries: +1.416.594.0330 Inquiries by Post: AWID, 215 Spadina Ave., Suite 150 Toronto, Ontario M5T 2C7 CANADA

 

Nepalese Handicraft in Milan

by , 12 Feb 2007 | in conferences | no comments yet

15 Marzo 2007, Palazzo Turati via Meravigli 9/b, 20123 Milano ore 9.00 A conference organized by Formaper - the agency of Milan Chamber of Commerce - dedicated to Nepal and its interesting handicraft sector for to present the project co-financed by the European Commission in the framework of the AsiaInvest Programme and to know the business opportunities offered by direct contacts with Nepalese producers.
 

Parliamentarians' Convention on Tibet

by , 9 Oct 2005 | in conferences | no comments yet

Fourth World Parliamentarians' Convention on Tibet to be Held in Edinbirgh, Scotland on 18-19/10/2005. H.H. the Dalai Lama will attend this meeting...(read the latest news on Tibet)
 

MPSA Conference: Call for Papers

by , 4 Oct 2005 | in conferences | no comments yet

MPSA Conference: Call for Papers. We have experienced significant growth in the number of papers that examine politics in different areas of the world and we encourage submissions on: Asian Politics, African Politics, Canadian Politics, European Politics, Latin American Politics. Deadline to Submit Proposals: 10/10/2005. Conference Dates: April 20-23, 2006 in Chicago.
 

Women are running in Afghanistan's first parliamentary elections

by , 18 Sep 2005 | in conferences | no comments yet

Women are running in Afghanistan's first parliamentary elections. They are motivated by the May law reserving more than 25 percent of the seats in Parliament and the provincial councils — Afghanistan's version of state legislatures — for women. Full article at Afghan Women Wind Up Tough Campaigns
 

Buddhist Women in the Global Multicultural Community

by , 16 Sep 2005 | in conferences | no comments yet

Call for Papers, 9th Sakyadhita Conference Conference Theme: Buddhist Women in the Global Multicultural Community
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
June 17 to 21, 2006
Temple Tour: June 22 to 24, 2006
Please send paper proposals to: sakyadhita@mac.com and a copy to: ktsomo@sandiego.edu
 

Feminist Conference in the Arts in Contemporary Britain

by , 27 Apr 2005 | in conferences | no comments yet

I would like to invite you to our international conference on The Influence of Feminism in the Arts in Britain to be held at York St John on 02 July 2005. Please contact Lisa Wellington l.wellington@yorksj.ac.uk for details -- Dr. Dimple Godiwala-McGowan
 
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