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The Forum on Contemporary Theory is a non-profit organization devoted to inter-disciplinary dialogue on a broad range of topics of conceptual nature having contemporary relevance. It is registered as a public trust and society in Baroda (Gujarat, India) and is governed by a Board of Trust comprising some distinguished scholars from Baroda. In 1989, it started as an informal institution in the Faculty of Arts of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. It has now acquired global visibility through its academic programs and publications. The Forum has established a research centre, Center for Contemporary Theory from the Ford Foundation grant. The center has a library devoted to Theory in Humanities and Social Sciences, and other allied disciplines to enable interdisciplinary research. The membership of the forum is spread across the globe. The forum provides temporary student membership, temporary non-student membership, life membership, and corporate membership. The center organizes an annual international conference, a national workshop, a month long Theory-Praxis course, and occasional talks by visiting scholars. It also publishes a biannual journal by name Journal of Contemporary Thought, a biannual newsletter, and a conference volume once a year. The Forum has academic collaboration with the International Lincoln Center at the Louisiana State University, Shreveport, USA and University of North Texas at Denton, USA.
Sad demise of Hansaben Parmar
FCRA Accounting Details
The Forum Becomes a Member of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI)
Professor Prafulla Kar gets Nicholas Guillen Award
A Blueprint for Tomorrow
The Future of "Theory"
A Salute to FCT by Fred Dallmayr
Library will be closed on Sundays, National Holidays and during Academic Events of FCT and BPC
FORUM'S SILVER JUBILEE FUND
The Office and Library of Forum on Contemporary Theory and Balvant Parekh Centre will remain closed from 31st October 2016 to 5th November 2016 (Monday to Saturday) on account of Diwali Holidays.
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