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The symposium will examine the Bhopal gas tragedy and its impacts form multidisciplinary perspectives. Bhopal2011 invites researchers and practitioners in the process of preservation, conservation, revitalization or transformation of modern heritage, sites of memory and conflict and environmentally sensitive landscapes to present a paper or a poster.

Papers are invited for the following (but not limited to) themes and proposals for organizing sessions are welcome.
  • Commemoration & the Politics of Construction of Public Memory
  • Public Participation in Revitalization of Sites of Memory
  • Challenges in Rehabilitating Landscapes of Disaster
  • Protection, Preservation and Interpretation of Sites of Conscience
  • Heritage, environment and economy - Conflicts and Resolutions
  • Gaps in the World Heritage list. Industrial & Modern Heritage of Asia, Africa and Latin America
Submit a 300 word abstracts along with a brief CV of the author, all in English as well as any poster proposals before December 01, 2010. Detailed information on Bhopal2011 is available at www.bhopal2011.in and www.m-aan.org. For further information, write to the organizing committee at info@bhopal2011.in. The last date of submission of abstracts is November 15, 2010.

Limited scholarships available to student participants for the workshop and self-supported candidates for the symposium

Interested Academics / Professionals, Click Here     (Last date for registration is December 1, 2010)

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Bhopal is readily accessible by air or train from New Delhi or Mumbai. There are several good hotels at reasonable prices available in Bhopal. The organising committee will come back with specific suggestions by mid-November. Efforts are also made to arrange simple accommodation for students and other participants - free of charge. Payment of fees will be due on November 15. Later payment will entail a surcharge of EUR 50 or USD 65.
 
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The registration fees for the workshop (23 January - 04 February 2011) will include site visit transportation, day excursions to Sanchi and Bhimbetka, lunch, opening and closing ceremony dinners and stationary cost.

The registration fees for the symposium only (02 to 04 February 2011) will include daily lunch, tea and opening and closing ceremony dinners.

Registration Costs Bhopal2011
  Workshop
EUR (USD)
23 Jan-01 Feb
Symposium
EUR (USD)
02 Feb-04 Feb
Workshop and symposium
EUR (USD)
Students      
OECD     350 (470)
Non-OECD     255 (300)
India     100 (135)
Academic/professional      
OECD 350 (380) 300 (380) 450 (600)
Non-OECD 200 (270) 150 (190) 300 (400)
India 200 (270) 100 (135) 200 (270)

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NOTE. The 30 member countries of OECD are: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States

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