The Institute for Art and Culture (IAC) will be holding a conference on Punjab culture on April 10-11, 2020 and Baisakhi Mela on April 12, 2020. Please review the attached conference brochure in order to acquaint yourself with the motive, philosophy, and goals of the conference. The conference seeks high quality papers on Punjab’s history, culture, arts, politics, and heritage which could be part of the following sessions of our conference program:
Contemporary Topics in Punjab’s Art & Culture
Punjab’s Cultural Heritage: Politics & Politicians
Punjab: Historical Perspectives/Narratives 2500 B.C.E—Present
Punjab Culture & Art: Future Prospects & Strategies
Keynote Speaker: Mushtaq Soofi
The conference is open to academics, artists, writers, activists, intellectuals, politicians, students and media and legal professionals—anyone interested in contributing towards the dialogue on Punjab’s culture and art. Please note that no paper will be considered without the submission of a paper abstract (300-350 words).
Abstract Submission Deadline: February 15, 2020
Full Paper Submission Deadline: March 15, 2020
Please email the abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org We shall inform you about the selection of your abstract by March 1, 2020. The paper can be read in English or Punjabi.
Prof. Sajida Haider Vandal
Vice Chancellor, Institute for Art & Culture
Prof. Pervaiz Vandal
Pro Vice Chancellor, Institute for Art & Culture
Prof. Naveed Alam
School of Culture & Languages (SCL), Institute for Art & Culture
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