The Indian government is barring the participation of Pakistani scholars to the AAS-in-Asia conference. Despite a notice in March, the AAS has decided to go on with the conference. By not canceling the conference and not informing the other participants, the AAS put financial matters before trust, ethics and academic freedom, the base of our work.
To read the open letter sent by more than 600 scholars:
– June 28, 2-4 pm: “Contemporary social changes in Asia, the commodification of the land and changes in the relationship to work. Theoretical and empirical issues.” By Prof. Dr. Pierre Alary, University Lille 1. Campus Westend, Seminar Haus SH. 0.108
– May 7, 10-12 am: Academic research and cooperation in Thailand. Past and prospect. By Abigaël Pesses, Deputy director, Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia (IRASEC). Campus Westend, Seminar Haud SH. 5.103
International conference “Reconciling Indonesian History with 1965: Facts, Rumors, Stigma”, 10-12 November 2016 :
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