Many thanks to everyone who came out to last week’s Toronto book launch and made it a fun evening. We had a lovely time with you all and missed those who could not make it.
We look forward to hearing your comments and thoughts on the book itself in the next few months. For those of you who are interested in purchasing the book or wish to recommend its purchase to your campus or community library, please note that there is a 20% discount available for those who order the book online through the publishers’ website.
To use this discount, simply go the publisher’s website and use the discount code unsettling20:
Hopefully, the discount will make this great selection of essays widely available to anti-colonial scholars, activist, and all those with a passion and commitment for decolonization, broadly speaking.
Unsettling Colonial Modernity in Islamicate Contexts
Editors: Siavash Saffari, Roxana Akhbari, Kara Abdolmaleki, Evelyn Hamdon
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Buy Book: http://www.cambridgescholars.com/unsettling-colonial-modernity-in-islamicate-contexts
We are hosting an undergraduate poster session during the UCM conference. Please visit our Call for Posters page for details.
Dear colleagues, The conference program is out. Please visit our Program page for details. You can access abstracts for each presentation by clicking on its title.
The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended until December 15, 2014. If you are still planning to submit but have not been able to, please send your abstract and a bio to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see our updated Call for Papers here.
Please note that we allow virtual presentations (i.e. via Skype, Hangouts, etc. ) under special circumstances and only when the presenter is not able to attend the conference due to delays in visa issuance or any other emergencies.
Contributors are invited to submit abstracts for papers and posters. The deadline to submit abstracts is November 30, 2014. To see the conference Call for Papers and additional information, please click here.
Please send your abstracts to: email@example.com
We are pleased to introduce Professor Sherene Razack and Professor Parin Dossa as our keynote speakers. For more information about them please visit our Keynotes page.
The call for papers will be officially released in July.