The 13th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists (EurASEAA) will be held next year in Berlin. The call for papers can be found here and the closing date is August 1, 2009.

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3 Replies to “Call for Papers: the 13th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists (EurASEAA)”

  1. Did you get permission to go? 🙂 It would be nice to make a small gathering of SEAArch readers in Berlin!

  2. Director,
    XIII-International Conference of
    European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, (EurASEAA)-2012.

    Dear Director,

    Herewith attached is my brief and latest Personal Profile for your reference and record.

    Since I belong to the Faculty of Ancient Cultures and Civilizations, with special reference to Oriental, Indian and Andhra Schools, sooner I hear, acceptable, I shall mail Abstract of proposed Article South East Asian Inscriptions-A Study in Socio-Economic Perspective your for reference, record and scrutiny and for Power Point Presentation at Conference. Now, would you please mind to provide further details of Conference, earliest?

    Chanced, rules and scope of the Conference permits, I would like to Chair the Panel/Session on Pan Indian Cultural Studies; agreeable.

    Thanks and Regards
    Being optimist I await your brisk reply.
    I remain,

    Professionally yours,
    Professor Vijaya Kumar Babu, Avadhanula,
    Professor (Retired),
    Dept. of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology,
    Osmania University, Hyderabad-500 007, AP, INDIA.
    (Res.12-13-633,Nagarjuna Nagar,Tarnaka,Hyderabad-500017)
    (E-mail:avadhanulavkbabu@yahoo.co.in/ avishadevi4@gmail.com)
    Personal Profile

    Professor VIJAYA KUMAAR BABU,AVADHAANULA,born on 26 February 1949, at MADHIRA,KHAMMAM DISTRICT,ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA,did his B.A.(History-Sanskrit-Telugu:March,1974),M.A.(English Language & Literature:November,1978),B.L.I.Sc. (Library and Information Science:April,1978),M.A.(Ancient Indian History,Culture and Archaeology:August,1980);and Diploma (German Language:May,1980);M.Phil.(Archeaology: April,1985)-all from Osmania University,Hyderabad,AP,India; and Ph.D.(Templeology:February,1990)from Deccan College, University of Poona,Pune,Maharashtra,India.He recently submitted for his D.Litt.(Post Doctoral Research Degree)in (Speleology),Agra University,Agra,UP,India,adjudication of which is awaited.And, in June 1989,he also passed the Departmental Test for Gazetted Officers in Education Department,conducted by the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, India, on the Rules and Regulations pertaining to Educational Services in Andhra Pradesh, India.

    Professor AVADHAANULA, after completing his 12-years Schooling,in May 1967,has joined the Osmania University Service,as Junior Office Administrative Associate and in 1974 became Senior Office Administrative Associate,topping in the Written/Oral tests, conducted by University;looking after Academic,desired levels,while working in day offices, he pursued higher studies in the evening/night colleges.As a result of untiring efforts, he finally reached position of Professor and worked as Head and Chairperson, Board of Studies, Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, highest rank in Administrative and Teaching levels, in the repute Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, for nearly three decades.

    Professor VIJAYA, in 1978, has worked as the Professional Internee at the American Library, United States Information Service, American Consulate, Chennai /Madras India. He was well trained in the fields of Acquisition, Bibliography, Cataloging, Classification, Indexing, Reference and Out-reaching–Services of Book and non-book materials in the USIS Library. Testimony to his services, he possesses the Certificate issued by American Government,only limited gets.

    Professor KUMAAR, has presented and published 50 research articles at various Regional, National and International Conferences,held within and outside India,on Indian—Aesthetics,Art,Architecture,Cinema,Epigraphy,Iconography, Museology,Musicology,Numismatics,Paintings,Tourism; Brahmanism,Buddhism,Jainism,Philosophy,Religion,Saivism, Saktism,Vaishnavism;and on Socio-Economic,Religio-Cultural, Politico-Philosophical Studies.He is Member International Council of Museums (ICOM) and Indian National Committee for International Council of Museums (INC-ICOM) and Executive Member,INC-ICOM (1987-90).His Ph.D. work on Epigraphical and Architectural Studies of Lord Bhavanarayana Temples in Andhra Desa-A Socio-Economic Perspective has won laurels from all. He visited U.K., South, East and South-East-Asian Countries,presented research articles and delivered extension Lectures on different angles,aspects of facets of Pan Indian Cultural Studies, with focus on Andhra Culture. He was Special Invitee at the International Telugu Cultural Conferences,held at Malaysia(2006) and Singapore(2006), to Lecture on Cultural Roots and Studies of Telugu Speakers, Globally.

    Professor Kumar is also State Coordinator, Andhra Pradesh State, Rajiv Gandhi Study Circle (RGSC),a Non-Governmental and Non-Political Organization meant to further,familiarize and popularize Vision and Philosophy of late Rajiv Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India,on his plans to build an Economically and Technically sound Modern India;juxtapose with G-8 Nations.

    Professor BABU (avadhanulavkbabu@yahoo.co.in/
    avishadevi4@gmail.com),after serving repute Osmania University for over Four decades(13-years as Academic, Accounts and Administrative Associate;and 28-years as Professor,Head and Chair-Person,Department of Ancient Indian History,Culture and Archaeology),finally retired in Feb.2009.He is now Editor,Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research (www.acdemicjournals.org/JPAPR) and Member,Advisory Board Bhatter College Journal of Multi-disciplinary Studies,Paschim Medinipur,West Bengal,India (bhattercollege.org.in/bjmseditorialboard.php)and presently working on Sanskrit Inscriptions of South East Asia:A Socio-Economic Study.

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