The 5th International Sikh Research Conference (ISRC).
The annual International Sikh Research Conference (ISRC) is running for the fifth time at the University of Warwick on Sunday 10th June 2018. The conference will bring together renowned and upcoming Scholars from the UK and around the world.
We have a great line up of global scholars and researchers!
A keynote speech by Dr Kiran Grewal (Goldsmith University, London).
Sabad kirtan as a sonic experience: An ethnomusicological approach to Sahaj state in Sikh musical practices — Floriana Frida Asperti (Nova University of Lisbon)
General Baghel Singh: the ‘Conqueror of Delhi’-An assessment of his Achievements through Statehood and Heritage — Gurinder Singh Mann (Sikh Museum Initiative)
Identity and Acculturation of British Sikhs across generations: Case studies from Edinburgh, Scotland — Indravidoushi C. Dusoye (Edinburgh Napier University) & Trishna Singh MBE (Sikh Sanjog and Punjabi Junction Social Café Enterprise)
Imperative Engagement: A Study on Sikh Legal Participation and Its Effect on Resources and Education — Sohela Suri (Michigan State University)
The Important Role Technology can play in Aiding the Preservation of Sikh Heritage Artefacts — Taranjit Singh (Taran3d)
Knights of Faith vs. Sant-Sipahis — Harpal Singh Jandu (Independent Researcher)
Object-Oriented Ontology and the Sikh World: A reading of Objects and Human-World relations in SGGS — Jaspinder Kaur (University of Birmingham)
Shiri Guru Granth Sahib Studies and Digital Humanities — Gurpreet Singh (University of Lethbridge)
Using Sikh history to consolidate Sikhi in the West: Inspiration for future Panthic directions — Satnam Singh (University of Copenhagen)
Post-colonial Sikh Identity in The Black Prince — Kiran Singh (University of Derby)
Females, Femininity and Feminine Evolution – an Exploration into the Representation of Sikh Females in Panjabi Literature — Anisha Johal (University of Derby)
Registrations are open for the ISRC 2018. Book at http://www.sikhconference.co.uk/registerandpay/
There is a reduced rate for registered students.
Please note that you cannot pay on the day.
The programme starts between 9.00am-9.30am and the program aims to be finished by 5pm.
More information at www.sikhconference.co.uk