JSARH endeavors to stay abreast of the latest developments within the sphere of South Asian religious history. The Journal strives to provide its readers with qualified critiques of newly released books pertinent to our field, as well as reviews of films, podcasts, websites, and other productions.

Qualifications for Reviewers

If you would like to be a reviewer for JSARH, first make sure that you meet our minimum qualifications. You must:

- hold a Ph.D. in a relevant field OR

- have at least one year of university-level teaching experience in a relevant field OR

- have been published by a prominent (preferably university) press on a relevant topic.

If you meet the above qualifications, please send an inquiry to editor [AT] jsarh [dot] com, with "Reviewer" in the subject line. Include contact information and a paragraph outlining your interests and specialization. Please attach a copy of your CV to the email.

The ISARH Symposium 2015: A Conference on South Asian Religious History, hosted by the History Department at Westminster College (Salt Lake City, Utah) on 3 April 2015, saw papers on the controversial 1947 referendum in "Pashtunistan," Shi'i education in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, and commentary on the Mahabharata.

In addition to the Journal of South Asian Religious History and ISARH's annual symposium, the Institute will initiate several other projects in accordance with its overarching goal of increasing understanding of the subcontinent's religious history. The largest of these projects, the Library of South Asian Religious History seeks to establish the largest collection of Indian-language material directly related to South Asian religious history in the Western Hemisphere, with an emphasis on books in Urdu, Hindi, Nepali, Tibetan, Persian, Pashto, Sindhi, Baluchi, Kashmiri, and Punjabi. Our books will mostly come from town and village publishers scattered across Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Nepal–thus making material available that would otherwise be virtually inaccessible to Western scholars unable to personally traverse the vast subcontinent. Scholars of all levels will be welcome to use our facilities, located conveniently in an academic retreat environment in the mountains of Utah. Comfortable on-site housing will allow researchers to stay as long as the research/writing requires. The library and academic retreat are scheduled for completion around August 2019.

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