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Abstracts of the 1999 AAS Annual Meeting
March 11-14, 1999, Boston, MA

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INTERAREA, LIBRARY,
AND TEACHING


Session 1. ROUNDTABLE: Outreach as Reaching Out: Engaging the Community in Asian Studies (Sponsored by the Council of Conferences)


Session 2. ROUNDTABLE: Saving Asia (on Microfilm): Prospects for Cooperative Microfilming and Preservation of Asian Research Materials (Sponsored by CORMOSEA and ALL)


Session 3. The Space Between: Asian Studies and Other Academic Disciplines


Session 19. Apprenticeship and Learning in Religious Communities of Practice: Case Studies from Burma, Zangskar, and Japan


Session 20. Clashing Civilizations?: Asian Strategic Culture(s) on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century


Session 21. Identity Politics in South and Southeast Asia


Session 22. Lips and Teeth: Border Relations Between China and Vietnam from 1945 to the Present


Session 39. Slavery on the Periphery: New Perspectives on Institutions of Bondage in the Sino-Southeast Asian Uplands


Session 40. ROUNDTABLE: Blind Spots: Illegible Enclaves and Modern States in Asia


Session 41. Nationalism and Christian Evangelism in East Asia


Session 59. World Commodities and Commercial Networks in Asia, 1800-1950


Session 60. Politics of Gender and Sexuality in South Korea and South Asia


Session 61. ROUNDTABLE: Asia in the K–16 Classroom— Roadblocks and Strategies


Session 62. Asian/American Women and Transcultural Complications of Ethnicity, Sexuality, and Authenticity


Session 79. Asian "Resistance" Against the West


Session 80. Overseas Work and Remittances: Bringing Home the Change(s)


Session 81. ROUNDTABLE: The Resilience of the State


Session 99. The Politics and Policies of Historic Preservation in Korea and Japan: A Comparative Perspective on Issues of Representation, Repatriation, and Heritage Management


Session 100. The Political Economy and Political Ecology of Agricultural Sustainability in Asia: Farmer, State and Market in China, Indonesia, and Thailand


Session 101. Doctrine and Representation in Buddhism and Buddhist Art, East Asia


Session 102. ROUNDTABLE: Spatial Identities in Asia


Session 117. Sino-Korean Boundaries: Ethnicity, Territory, and Citizenship in Northeast Asia 1885–1967


Session 118. Nature Conservation in Colonial Asia


Session 119. Common Ground: China, Japan, and the Transformational Landscape


Session 135. POSTER SESSIONS


Session 136. Constraints on Archaeological Practice: East and South East Asian Archaeologists and Their Socio-Political Environments


Session 137. Inheritance and Household Division in East Asia, China, Japan, and Korea, 1500–1950


Session 138. ROUNDTABLE: What’s Asia Got To Do with U.S.?: Diversifying Public Education on Asia (Sponsored by the Asia Society)


Session 139. INDIVIDUAL PAPERS: Language, Literature, and Loneliness


Session 154. Chinese Immigrant Food Culture: Identity and Change


Session 155. INDIVIDUAL PAPERS: Women, Festivals, Ethnicity and the Cold War


Session 172. Entering into Cyberspace


Session 173. Performing the (Alter)nation: Transnational and Translocal Practices and the Failure of Modernity


Session 174. The View from Below: Developmental Strategies at the Local Level in China, India, Japan, and the Russian Far East


Session 175. Contemporary Prospects and Challenges in Northeast Asian Security


Session 190. Beauty Industries in East Asia



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