ANNOUNCMENT FOR 2nd YOUNG TIBETAN RESEARCH SCHOLARS CONFERENCE

May 13, 2016

1st ANNOUNCEMENT

Tibet Policy Institute (TPI)

Call for Papers for the

2nd YOUNG TIBETAN RESEARCH SCHOLARS CONFERENCE

October 18 (Tuesday) – 20 (Thursday), 2016 

Venue: Dharamshala

 

Broad Theme: Tibet and Tibetans-in-Exile: Prospects and Challenges

Daily thematic discussions

  • Day-1: Chinese government policies in Tibet and issues concerning Tibetans in Tibet
  • Day-2 : Tibetans in exile: Issues and Challenges
  • Day-3 : Any other areas of research related to Tibet and Tibetans in exile

 

Registration:

  • Interested participants are requested to submit their registration forms before Friday, July 29, 2016 along with the Abstract paper.
  • The registration form can be downloaded from the TPI website, tibetpolicy.net.
  • Tibetan research scholars pursuing Ph.D. and M.Phil. programs, affiliated to universities in India and abroad* and research institutions are eligible to apply.
  • Travel and lodging expenses of the presenters will be reimbursed. Selected papers will be published on the official website of TPI.

Guideline for paper submission

Submission of Abstracts

  • Abstracts should be between 200-350 words and must include the author’s name, institutional affiliation together with the title of the paper.
  • Abstracts will be evaluated and selected presenters will be notified by, Friday, August 5, 2016by email.

Submission of Full Papers

  • Full papers shall be accepted till 5pm, Friday, September 30, 2016.
  • Full papers must be submitted as a MS Word document with a word limit of 3000-3500 words. Font size: 12, Font Type: Times New Roman. Line spacing: 1.5
  • Papers could be either in English or Tibetan languages. Same applies for the presentation.

 

Additional queries about the conference can be sent to: Rinzin Dorjee, Tibet Policy Institute Tel: 98166 68664 E mail: ytrsc2015@gmail.com

* Successful candidates from abroad are requested to bear their own travel expenses.

Download : Registration Form

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