AAS Member-Get-A-Member Sweepstakes

Recruit new members to the AAS, and win a three (3) night stay at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.

Here's an opportunity for you to win a stay at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel for the duration of the AAS Annual Conference in 2019.

As a current AAS member, each new member you recruit by February 19, 2019 will entitle you to one (1) entry into the prize drawing. As you recruit more members, your opportunity to win increases. The new member you recommend is also entered in the drawing.

To ensure you receive credit for your referral, the recruit must list your name as a referral in the “How Did You Hear about AAS” field when submitting their membership application (“a professor” or “my supervisor” does not qualify). Member referrals received after the application has been submitted are not eligible for the Member-Get-A-Member program. Click here for a full list of rules and regulations.

A new member is considered someone who has not held membership with AAS for the last three years. The referrer must be a current member at the time of the new member application to receive credit.

Valid only for the duration of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Annual Conference, March 21-24, 2019. Value is $725.75 + tax (3 nights stay at the AAS Group rate of $209.00 + tax).



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Questions? See our FAQ or contact AAS Membership Manager, Doreen Ilozor at (734) 665-2490 or dilozor@asian-studies.org.


"AAS is the biggest association of Asian Studies in the world. Joining AAS is the best way to stay connected to the field, and learn about recent publications, as well as job and grants opportunities. I have presented at AAS several times, both at national and regional levels, and found the experience always very rewarding."

— Patricia Schiaffini

"AAS has been the best platform for scholars to share their research, ideas, and perspective in the future. Its annual conference attracted participation of the country's most knowledgeable scholars and respected academia. Young scholars are provided opportunities to communicate and discuss research interests with leading scholars."

— Teresa Chi-Ching Sun

"AAS has been my most important professional home, where I can interact with other scholars and students working on the Asian region across a wide range of disciplines. There is no other organization that brings the best scholarship on the region together, from all parts of the world, and I would recommend joining AAS to any of my colleagues interested in Asia regardless of disciplinary field."

— Charles K. Armstrong

"I have remained a member and would encourage other Asianists to join because I have found AAS to be the preeminent organization for those involved in the academic pursuit of Asia. The multi-disciplinary approach of its journal enables me to keep abreast of the latest ways of thinking about and conceptualizing Asia and how our world conceived."

— Julia Beabout

"AAS membership is a badge of professionalism, and also provides an easy way to keep up on the diversity of, and new trends in, Asian Studies via the journal, the annual meeting, and the newsletter."

— John Major