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The Indian Association for the Study of Australia (IASA) was created in 2000 for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Australia in India. It has an interdisciplinary focus and addresses issues pertaining to all facets of Australian society including culture, humanities, social sciences, international studies, media and literature. It organizes seminars, conferences and workshops. It publishes and prints material contributing to the study of Australia in India.
  • Australia-India Council Grants Program The Australia-India Council (AIC) welcomes funding applications from individuals and organisations in Australia for projects which are likely to promote long-term contact and cooperation between Australia and India. AIC grants are intended to provide seed funds for innovative proposals relevant to the mission and goals of the Council.

  • It is with pleasure and anticipation that we invite IASA members with recent book publications, published around the time of the 2018 Udaipur Congress  to send in 2 volumes. The book should definitely be a 2017 publication, preferably in the latter part of the year (or early 2018). We will be happy to organize an IASA Book Release in the course of the Congress. We look forward to introducing your work to our other IASA members. 
    The volumes should reach us by 30 November 2017, unless the books are to come out in a December 2017 or January 2018. In that case they should reach us as soon as copies are available. In any case, we should get intimation along with a brief write up and publication details by 30 November 2017 so that we can plan the event. 
    Please send the volumes to: Dr Meenakshi Bharat, C4/4103, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110 070

International Conference
"India, Asia and Australia: Oceanic Encounters and Exchnages" on January 27-29, 2020