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Ambedkar Memorial Lecture at TISS, Tuljapur, and National Conference: Call for papers

 

Greetings from, Dr. Ambedkar Memorial Lecture Series Team 2021, Tuljapur Campus

On behalf of the AML 3rd National Conference organizing Team, we are pleased to invite you to participate in the National Conference on "The State and Democracy Today: Remembering Ambedkar, (Re-)Imagining India and Rights of the People".

tiss tuljapur aml

Date and time: 16th April 2021 -10 am
& 17th April 2021 - 4 pm.

The sub-themes are as follows

1. Ambedkar's idea of Indian constitution and citizenship

2. Constitutionalism and its challenges in India

3. State, Media, and Democracy today

4. Democracy during the Post-Truth era

5. Judiciary and the citizenship rights in contemporary times

6. State, Minority and Citizenship

and

Any other related sub-theme related to Ambedkar, Constitution

and Social justice, not mentioned above.

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 11 March 2021

Announcement of selected papers: 13 March 2021

Deadline for Full paper submission: 13 April 2021

Dates of Conference: 16th and 17th April 2021

For more queries, you may please contact the committee members

Maya: +91 99602 75112

Ruchi: +91 79725 23943

Samiksha: +91 98226 80416

For Registration:

https://forms.gle/hVbrQ1uRASaUuQKU7

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kindly, please download the brochure: AML 3rd National Conference Brochure 2021

Visit:
https://www.tiss.edu/view/5/tuljapur-campus/10th-ambedkar-memorial-lecture-aml-2019/

Thank you!

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