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ISTR 2012 Call for Papers

Posted on 30/05/2012

FLAME School of Performing Arts is happy to host the 8th Annual International Conference of Indian Society for Theatre Research. The conference is scheduled from 9th to 11th February 2012 at FLAME campus Pune, India.


FLAME (Foundation for Liberal And Management Education was founded in 2004 by two visionaries, Nemish Shah and Parag Shah. A strong reaction against the rigidity, aridity and empty formalism of a syllabus-bound education system led to journey in pedagogic innovation. A desire was born to enhance formal education with traditional knowledge through a progressive teaching methodology. The Foundation established FLAME School of Liberal Education, FLAME School of Business, FLAME School of Communication, which started their first academic year in 2007.

In the year 2009, FLAME School of Performing Arts was established as a new initiative. This move was prompted by the success of the Foundation’s thriving program of study in theatre, music and dance. Over the past few years, this has led to much collaboration with renowned arts institutions worldwide and critically acclaimed production tours both in India and abroad. We believe that the teaching and promotion of the performing arts must continue to, and further benefit from, the innovative methodology and practises encouraged and upheld by FLAME. FLAME School of Performing Arts has created a five year integrated programme in Theatre, Music and Dance with an option of lateral entry and lateral exit.





a. Submission of abstracts: 15 December 2011

b. Notification of acceptance of abstracts: 20 December 2011

c. Last Date for Early Registration 15 January 2012


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