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Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh

Sikh Research Conference (SRC) 2014. The conference aims to explore research and academic inquiry into various aspects of Sikh studies. The conference will provide an environment where academics, researchers and scholars can come together to pursue critical debate, discussion and inquiry into the many aspects of Sikh research in an open, constructive and collegiate manner.

The conference will bring together presentations from leading researchers in the field of Sikh Studies and associated scholars in other fields. Scholars, researchers and academics are encouraged to submit an abstract of between 500 and 750 words which highlight research on any of the following themes:

  • Sikh Musicology
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Scripture and manuscripts- New research on Sikhs Scriptures and any challenging assessments of Canon formation
  • Diaspora and Identity
  • 2014 will mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War and papers related to the Sikh contribution would be welcomed.
  • 2014 will also commemorates 30 years since the attack on the Golden Temple.
  • Papers highlighting the relationship between Colonial Punjab and the Sikhs.

Register your interest in delivering a paper or as an attendee. Visit our website www.sikhconference.co.uk

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