Spalding Symposium programme and extra events

The programme for this year’s Spalding Symposium (slightly adjusted from the last version) can be found below. Booking is still open (follow this link: bit.ly/SpaldingSymposium) but please note that residential bookings can only be taken until Friday 6th March. In the days leading up to the Symposium there will be two extra events that are […]

Booking now open for Spalding Symposium 2015

Booking for the Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions 2015 is now open. If you follow the link below you can register and pay, either as a residential guest (£190 including a room for two nights and all meals) or a non-residential guest (£65, no accommodation, all meals). A variety of day-rate options are also available. […]

Provisional programme for Spalding Symposium 2015

I am delighted to announce that, after careful consideration of the many abstracts submitted to us, we have drafted the symposium schedule as below. The exact timings are subject to change, but we hope that it communicates a flavour of the exciting papers that are promised for our gathering next spring. Booking information will be […]

Call for papers for 2015 symposium

We invite proposals for papers for the 40th Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions, which will be held in Edinburgh on 10th-12th April 2015. The theme this year is ‘dialogue’, by which we mean discussion, conversation, debate, argument, and communication between and within the religious traditions of South Asia. Our purview includes both religions of South […]

40th Spalding Symposium: dates, venue, theme

We are pleased to announce preliminary details of the 40th Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions! Date: 10th – 12th April 2015 Venue: New College, University of Edinburgh Theme: Dialogue, by which we mean discussion, conversation, debate, argument, and communication between and within the religious traditions of South Asia. To hear further announcements about this symposium, […]

40th Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions

The Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions will be peripatetic from next year. Consequently, the next symposium will be held in Edinburgh, the home of our new Convenor, Dr Naomi Appleton. If you would like to host the symposium in subsequent years, please contact Naomi.

Report on 39th Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions

Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions Sponsored by the Spalding Trust From Dermot Killingley (Convenor, 39th Symposium, 2014) Report The 39th annual Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions took place from Friday afternoon to Sunday midday, on the 25th-27th April 2014, in Luther King House, Manchester. This was the first time since the 1980s that it was […]