7th Philosophy of Education Conference 2019 – ‘Nation, Nationalism and the question of Education’

Azim Premji University is pleased to announce the 7th Philosophy of Education Conference 2019. This edition of  the Conference will deliberate upon the theme of 'Nation, Nationalism and the question of Education'. The Conference will be held on January 10-12, 2019. As you may know that PoE Conference encourages young scholars to participate in the... Continue Reading →

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Delhi Government Education Conference: Call For Ideas

Inviting your ideas and submission on various themes of education for a conference being organised on the occasion of completion of decade of service by Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR), the statutory watchdog of child rights set up by Government of Delhi and is to witness Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia as its Chief Guest,... Continue Reading →

Comparative Education Society of India (CESI) Conference (9th) – Call for Papers

Comparative Education Society of India CESI (A Constituent of the World Congress of Comparative Education Societies) CALL FOR PAPERS 9th International Conference, 2018 Conference Theme:  'Modernity, Transformative Social Identities and Education in Comparative Contexts'   14-16 December, 2018 Organised By  Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara Last date for submission of abstracts: 15th July 2018 Acceptance of... Continue Reading →

Call for Papers

The Postgraduate Department of English, Providence Women’s College, Kozhikode invites you to PG students’ One-Day National Seminar on Mapping the Myriad Dimensions of Popular Culture 15 March 2018 Popular culture is the agglomeration of cultural creations which include popular literature, art, cyber culture, film, television, radio, fashion, dance, video games, toys and sports. More broadly,... Continue Reading →

Workshop on Adivasi Leaders

Revisiting the Question of Political Consciousness: Legacy of Adivasi/Tribal Leaders in India The political articulation of indigenous peoples’ movements at the international level followed by the second world-war in general and colonial/post-colonial experiences of tribal/adivasi in particular inaugurated a discussion on indigenous peoples. Globally, these articulations were often found in the form of literature that... Continue Reading →

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