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Call for Papers

Friday, January 14, 2011

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South Asian Arts welcomes submission of well-research academic articles from scholars. Papers should be typed in Georgia 12 pt fonts, proof-read and submitted electronically in MS-Word File Format to this email address - Archana@southasianarts.org.





Manuscripts should be original and author should give proper acknowledgements for images and other sources and arguments. If copyright issues are involved, they should get them cleared before sending the article.

The minimum length of the paper should be about 750 words excluding the references. The editor may give suggestions about revision of the article in a certain way before it can be published.

No remunerations will be paid as this is a no profit no loss venture.

Proper citations and references should be provided with the paper in the following format -

Endnotes -

Book - Vidya Dehejia, Art of the Imperial Cholas, Columbia University Press, New York, 1992, pp. 23-45.

Journal - Vidya Dehejia, "Temple at Tanjavur," in Marg, Bombay, 1945, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 23-45.

Chapter in collected volume - Vidya Dehejia, "Dharmaraja Ratha," in R. Nagaswamy (Ed.), Temples of South India, Archaeological Survey of India Memoirs No 76, New Delhi, 1978, pp. 34-67.

Immediately repeated reference - Ibid, p. 45.

Reference repeated after a few other references - Vidya Dehejia, Op. Cit., p. 45.

Bibliography - same as above, but the last name of the author will precede the first name, followed by comma. All names will be arranged alphabetically.

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