16-17 September 2016
University of Delhi
An important way in which the identity of the discipline of Anthropology has been maintained is through its rich tradition of fieldwork.
Over the years different departments across India have developed their own unique ways of approaching and conducting fieldwork with students
of Anthropology in M.Sc. final year. Despite the long tradition, departmental fieldwork and its nuances is one of the lesser discussed topics in
anthropological gatherings. Every department strives hard to maintain this tradition through various strategies to overcome the bottlenecks and
difficulties in handling it. Organising a fieldtrip involves encountering academic and extra academic challenges which have been properly articulated
in various institutional traditions in the last century. However, much opacity prevails as far as its actual practice is concerned. Very rarely, if ever,
colleages across departments talk to each other on such institutional practices.
Those interested in attending the seminar are required to download the Registration Form and mail to email@example.com latest by 5 September 2016
Registration Fee : INR 500/- (till 5 september 2016)
Late Registration Fee : INR 700/- (till 10 September 2016)
Spot Registration Fee : INR 1000/- (depending on the availability of seats)
Registration Fee can be paid by cash to Secretary-cum-Treasurer, IAA (Room no. 27, Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi)
By demand draft or cheque in favour of Indian Anthropological Association.
~ Paper presenters are required to complete registration process latest by 10 September 2016. Registration fee should be paid either in cash or by demand draft (in favour of Indian Anthropological Association) latest by 13 september 2016, failing which it will be assumed NOT INTERESTED in presenting paper.
~ Spot registration is subjected to availability of seats. Discretion lies with organizers.
~ Paper presenters intending to use powerpoint slides are required to inform the organizers well in advance. Slides are restricted to 7-8 only.