SASAA is the oldest formally constituted body of scholars of South Asian Studies in the world. It is committed to promoting research, training and teaching on South Asia.
Members have access to research networks, funding opportunities, prizes and receive subscriptions to South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies and a bi-monthly newsletter.
SASAA offers a number of prizes, funding opportunities and awards to recognise and support outstanding work undertaken in the area of South Asian Studies.
NEWS AND EVENTS
The events organised by SASAA bring together leading researchers in the humanities and social sciences from across the world. Stay up to date on the latest news.
SASAA produces the world’s leading South Asian Studies journal, publishing refereed articles on the history, politics, society, economy, culture and international relations of South Asia.
SAS IN AUSTRALIA
The academic study of South Asia began in Australia in the 1950s and continues to flourish. Read about the history and evolution of South Asian Studies in Australia.