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First issue of Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung published
|The first issue of Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung has been published in October 2016. |
The current issue presents the article “Islam and Contraception in Urban North India - Muslim Women's Reproductive Health Behavior and Decision-making” by Constanze Weigl-Jäger (Department of Anthropology, SAI).
Further contributors are Frederic Maria Link (Heidelberg), Divya Narayana (Heidelberg), Nitin Sinha (Berlin), and Jan-Sijmen Zwarts (Utrecht).The Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung (IZSAF) is an electronic peer-reviewed journal that seeks to provide a platform for young researchers focusing on South Asia to publish their findings or to present future projects. The intention of IZSAF is to bring together young scholars from a variety of disciplines and to enter into (interdisciplinary) discussions regarding issues surrounding the study of South Asia. IZSAF is open to new formats and also publishes photo essays to present topics in South Asian studies visually. It will be published twice annually, in October and April.Further information is available here.
10 Nov 2016