Gujarat Studies Association
Gujarat Studies Association (GSA)
GSA’s 5th Biennial Conference
Re(Defining) Gujarati Identity
19th – 20th February 2014 • Ahmedabad, India
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The Gujarat Studies Association (GSA), established in 2005, is an academic network aimed specifically at the study and research of Gujarat and Gujaratis. The Gujarat Studies Association was co-founded by Dr. Anjoom Mukadam and Dr. Sharmina Mawani in May 2005 and is supported by Mr. Alnoor Visram who is a member of the Executive Board.
GSA’s Patron is Lord Professor Bhikhu Parekh and the GSA Advisory Board include:
Professor Raymond Williams (Wabash College), Professor Christopher Shackle (SOAS), Professor Itesh Sachdev (SOAS), Professor Azim Nanji (Stanford) and Professor Rachel Dwyer (SOAS).
The objectives of GSA are:
1) To advance the education of the public regarding the Gujarati language and culture
2) To promote racial harmony and promote good race relations between persons from different racial groups
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