|Thursday, April 22, 2021||10:00AM - 4:20PM||Online Event, Online Event|
|Friday, April 23, 2021||10:00AM - 3:30PM||Online Event, Online Event|
The first ever graduate symposium in contemporary South Asian Studies at the University of Toronto was conceived of as a platform for students engaging in critical research connected to South Asia. As the pandemic disrupts our societies, it serves as a stark reminder of the importance of social relations and the need to transform the “normal.” Presenters in the conference draw our attention to a range of lenses to observe and imagine possibilities within history, religion, politics and technology. We invite students, faculty, professionals, and practitioners of South Asian Studies from across geographies to engage with and learn about emerging research in the field. We are immensely proud of the team at South Asian Studies that brought this event together and we wish all of our brilliant participants good luck with their presentations and academic journeys.
Asmita Bhutani, PhD student, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and Centre for South Asian Studies
Sarah Alam, PhD student, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and Centre for South Asian Studies
(Co-Chairs of the CSAS Graduate Symposium 2021)
***Follow the link below to view the Symposium Program***
PLEASE NOTE: The registration for the Keynote Address is conducted separately from the registration for the CSAS Graduate Symposium. Follow the link below to register for the Keynote Address via Zoom and register for the Symposium via Eventbrite OR copy/paste the URLs below in your web browser:
* Register for the Keynote Address: https://bit.ly/3tdiMGH
* Register for the Symposium: https://csasgradsymposium2021.eventbrite.ca
* For further information: https://uoft.me/CSASGrad21
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