South Asian Resilience:
Environments, Politics, Economics

South Asian Studies Association (SASA)

Zoom Conference hosted by
Loyola Marymount University

March 24, 25, 26, 2023
Friday-Sunday (Pacific Time)

South Asian countries emerged as independent resilient nations from the mid-20th century. These milestones ushered in new political and economic structures, as well as created fertile ground for national pride and a redefinition of religious and even gender identities. Our SASA gathering will examine the intersections of tradition and modernity from multiple perspectives.

Please consider submitting your panel and individual proposals to present via Zoom during the annual South Asian Studies Association conference, which will convene March 24th, 25th, 26th, 2023, at times readily accessible in South Asia, North America, and Europe.

Preference will be given to themed panel sessions with three or four speakers. Topics may include but not be limited to historical and political analyses, studies of the Commonwealth, environmental awareness, climate change, religion, economics, education, gender and women’s studies, and the arts (dance, music, visual arts, cinema).

The countries of South Asia in alphabetical order:
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.

The 2023 SASA Conference will take place online only via Zoom.

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Please Submit Proposals by February 15, 2023

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