Hosts from Ashoka University in New Delhi introduce next year’s AAS-in-ASIA conference at Sunday night’s reception.
AAS-in-ASIA 2017 heads into its final day with a full slate of activities on the schedule. Monday’s highlights:
The registration center and exhibition halls will both be open from 9:00am through 6:00pm.
There are four blocks of panel sessions today—two in the morning, two in the afternoon. Panel schedules are available in the printed conference program (distributed at registration) and online.
Our special roundtables conclude, with a discussion of “Korean Studies Past, Present, and Future: Moving Beyond Boundaries Towards Multi-Disciplinary, Transnational, and Alternative Approaches.” The session will be held from 4:10 to 6:00pm in LG-POSCO Hall (Supex Hall, 4F).
Today also features two more opportunities for conference-goers to meet the AAS officers. At 11:10am, AAS Past President Laurel Kendall will discuss “Shamans, Popular Religio ...
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