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EXEMPLAR

THE Journal of South Asian Studies

South Asian Studies Association
www.sasia.org

Exemplar is a biannual peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the field of South Asian Studies.We publish disci-
pline-specific, interdisciplinary and cross-cultural articles, interviews, and creative writings on the literatures,
the histories, the politics, and the arts whose focus, locales, or subjects involve South Asia.

Subscriptions

The journal is published in fall and late spring. Previous and current issues are available for purchase as indi-
vidual numbers at www.magcloud.com.

Submissions

We invite submissions of interest to academics and others interested in South Asian studies. Our publication
process allows us to produce a journal with high-quality full-color artwork and photographs, so articles which
require such capabilities are especially welcome.
Manuscripts for publication must be written in English and submitted electronically in a recent MSWord format
(.doc or .docx). Foreign text must be transliterated in a Roman typeface. The approximate length should be be-
tween 4,000 and 5,000 words, and must follow the MLA Style Manual (7th edition) format. Submissions should
be sent as attachments to an email sent to dshimkhada@sasia.org. Images and graphics should be included in
the document and also sent as individual attachments (minimum 300 dpi).

Editorial Board

Editor
Deepak Shimkhada, Claremont Lincoln University

Vandana Asthana, Eastern Washington University
Dina Bangdel, Virginia Commonwealth University

Muthusami Kumaran, University of Florida
Eileen Sanchez, Regis University

Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi, University of Peshawar
Alexander Stolyarov, Russian State University for the Humanities
William Vanderbok, President, South Asian Studies Association

Managing Editor
Joe Pellegrino, Georgia Southern University

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