Conference charts the history of Sikh studies

Tuesday 30th July 2019 15:08 EDT

The Centre for Sikh and Panjabi Studies at the University of Wolverhampton is hosting an inaugural conference which charts the history of Sikh studies through the years.

The conference, ‘A Journey of 550 Years: Sikh Studies in Academia’ is being held in the Chancellor’s Hall at the University’s City Campus from Tuesday 3rd September until Thursday 5th September 2019.

The three-day Conference will host internationally renowned scholars of Sikh Studies in showcasing the ground-breaking research which has been taking place in the academic discipline of Sikh Studies at Universities across the world.

Attendance at the Conference is FREE but tickets are available at £5 per person for a dinner being held at Sitara Hall in Wolverhampton on the evening of the 3rd September.

Tickets are also available at £20 per person for a dinner on the evening of 4th September in the Chancellor's Hall at the University.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Registration for the Conference is essential, to reserve your place for the conference and the dinner(s) visit the website or email [email protected] for more information.

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