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Second Issue of Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung
The second issue of Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung (The Interdisciplinary Journal for Research on South Asia) was published online. 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.

The current issue contains the following interesting articles:
  • Buddhistische NROs in Bangladesch zwischen Selbstorganisation einer Minderheit, religiöser Praxis und Anknüpfung an die Mehrheitsgesellschaft / Lisa Wevelsiep
  • Inszenierungsformen durch die Linse: Leid abbildende Pressefotografie während der Umbrüche 1946/47 in Indien / Sarah Liegmann
  • Imaginaries of Development - A Case Study of the Polavaram Dam Project / Klara Feldes
  • Eradicating the ‘Scourge of Drink’ and the ‘Un-pardonable Sin of Illegitimate Sexual Enjoyment’: M.K. Gandhi as Anti-Vice Crusader / Harald Fischer-Tin
  • Review of and Response to Mark Siderits’s Interpretation of Not-Self in Buddhism as Philosophy: An Introduction / Alexandra S. Ilieva
  • The Evolution of Khojā identity in South Asia - A literature review / Amir Ali Parpia
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.
Our Editorial Board consists of a team of young researchers who cover a broad range of fields related to the study of South Asia: Christopher D. Bahl (London), Tobias Berger (Berlin), Christoph Bergmann (Heidelberg), Carmen Brandt (Bonn), Simon Cubelic (Heidelberg), Maria Framke (Rostock), Sarah Holz (Berlin), Natalie Lang (Göttingen), Johannes Rosenbaum (Bamberg), Fritzi-Marie Titzmann (Leipzig) and Anna-Lena Wolf (Bern).
The Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung (IZSAF) is published twice annually.
Should you be interested in publishing your research with us, please send a short abstract to the following email address: izsaf@sai.uni-heidelberg.de
IZSAF is a service provided by CrossAsia within the Specialised Information Service funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The journal is hosted by Heidelberg University Library in cooperation with the South Asia Institute at Heidelberg University.
07 Aug 2017
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