The CFP Deadline is December 1 for the The Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions: Peacebuilding, Conflict and Non-Violence in Indian Religious Traditions, UK
The conference focuses on non-violent peacebuilding approaches to physical and structural violence in South East Asia and in Indian Religious diaspora communities throughout the world.
The Symposium on Indian Religions will be held between 5th and 7th April, 2013, in Merton College, Oxford University, in conjunction with Religions for Peace and the Centre for Religions for Reconciliation and Peace, University of Winchester. Abstracts are invited from academics from any relevant discipline, from peace builders and from those who have worked in conflict zones. The conference will include papers, workshops and presentations. The organizers welcome papers from any discipline dealing with any aspect of the topic. Selected papers will be published in a dedicated issue of Religions of South Asia (RoSA), and then edited as a collected volume.
Please send abstracts of 300 words (max) by December 1st, 2012, to Dr Anna S King (Anna.King(at)winchester.ac.uk) or Dr Mark Owen (Mark.Owen(at)winchester.ac.uk), or please contact them for further information.