[ ASPAC | Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ) | Western (WCAAS) ]
[ Midwest (MCAA) | New England (NEAAS) | New York (NYCAS) | Mid-Atlantic (MAR) ]
[ Southwest (SWCAS) | Southeast (SEC/AAS) ]
[ AAS Council of Conferences (COC) | Council of Conferences Outreach Grants ]
The 2015 ASPAC theme is "Transnational Asias." The program committee seeks organized panels and individual papers on all regions of Asia, including East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and Central Asia as well as papers that address globalized and diasporic elements of the Asian experience, within Asia and around the world, including Asian American studies.
We invite participation by university faculty and researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and independent scholars. ASPAC promotes multidisciplinary inquiry and scholarship in Political Science, Economics, History, Sociology, Anthropology, Geography, Literature, Linguistics, Language Teaching, Law, Business Administration, Psychology, and other disciplines.
The conference is open to students and scholars from around the world. Graduate students are encourage to submit their papers for the Mori-ASPAC prize.
The deadline for proposal submissions is March 13, 2015. All proposals must be submitted electronically via the proposal submission forms on the conference website.
For more information, follow go.pacific.edu/ASPAC2015 or visit:
For further information about ASPAC, visit http://aspac.info.
For further information about ASCJ, visit http://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/~ascj/
Contact the ASCJ Executive Committee: email@example.com.
Program Chair: Steven Riep, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Asian Studies program at Vassar College, in association with the New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS), will host an international conference that thematically explores "Global Asia: Social, Cultural, and Political Spaces" in order to expand and deepen our understanding of the enduring and changing relationships among societies across national boundaries in Asia and between Asia and the rest of the world.
We welcome proposals for traditional or non-traditional panels, individual papers, and roundtables. Graduate student participation is encouraged. We also welcome proposals for presentations of faculty research that involves undergraduate student participation.
Proposal topics may include, but not limited to the following: colonial and post-colonial discourses; Pan-Asianism in the global age; environmental changes and sustainability; political technology and social movements; nationalism and collective memories; religious ideology and practices; urbanization; economic transformation; globalization and local identities; practices of popular culture and entertainment; gender and sexuality; globalization and reinvention/localization of food; and culinary knowledge and practices in various times and regions.
Dr. Laurel Kendall (Vice President Elect, Association for Asian Studies, and Chair of the Division of Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City) and Mr. Liu Jianqiang (Editor of China Dialogue—China's earliest and most influential bilingual website on environmental issues) will give keynote speeches. Asian art and photograph exhibitions and Asian food workshops will be held in conjunction with the conference.
For details, please visit the NYCAS'15 homepage: http://pages.vassar.edu/nycas2015/
Note: NYCAS does not provide travel funding for participants.
Deadline for Proposal Submission:
May 1, 2015
Please submit proposals via the "Proposal Submission" page, http://pages.vassar.edu/nycas2015/proposal-submission
ATTENTION: Due to the busy hotel season in the fall in New York's Mid-Hudson area, hotel availability will be very limited. We encourage you to reserve a room as early as possible if you are considering attending the conference. Cancellation is possible up to 24 hours before scheduled check-in with no charge. NYCAS/VASSAR discount will be applied at the designated hotels. Please check our website for the names of the hotels.
For questions, please e-mail email@example.com or conference co-chairs: Hiromi Dollase (firstname.lastname@example.org), Seungsook Moon (email@example.com), and Peipei Qiu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Conference Theme: Asia: Conflict and Cooperation
The Asian Studies Center of the University of Pittsburgh and the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Association of Asian Studies announce the call for papers for the 44th annual regional conference. The conference theme "Asia: Conflict and Cooperation" explores the tensions and collaborations found throughout Asia with regards to energy, environment, public health, territorial issues, migration, popular culture, gender, sexuality, religious practices, and many other issues.
We encourage proposals from any discipline. We welcome participation from faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, independent scholars, and professionals, and especially encourage panels with innovative combinations of individuals and fields.
Timothy Brook, AAS President and Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia will deliver a keynote address.
To propose a panel or an individual paper, please send a completed proposal form along with a one-page abstract for each proposed paper by May 1, 2015 to Tina Phillips Johnson, the MAR/AAS 2015 Program Chair. Inquiries are also welcome. Proposals may be submitted online, by mail, fax, or e-mail (as an attachment). Acceptance notices will be sent to you by June 1, 2015. Further details and online applications are available on the conference website, http://www.maraas.org (click on "Conferences").
CONTACTS: Tina Phillips Johnson (2015 MAR/AAS Conference Program Chair); email@example.com; Tel: (724) 805-2342; Fax: (724) 805-2554 or James Cook, Associate Director, Asian Studies Center, University of Pittsburgh; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Southwest Conference of Asian Studies will hold its annual meeting/conference on the campus of Texas Christian University in historic Fort Worth, Texas, November 6–7, 2015.
We invite scholars and graduate students from any discipline to submit proposals for panels and individual papers on their research on any topic related to Asian studies.
Panel proposals should include the following:
(1) A panel summary (250 words max.) that includes a brief description of each paper and makes clear the connection between the papers;
(2) A list of participants, their paper titles, their affiliations and their
contact information, including email addresses.
Individual paper proposals should include the following: (1) Paper title and summary (150 words max.); (2) Presenter's name, affiliation, and contact information, including email addresses.
Please send proposals to Harold Tanner at email@example.com. Deadline for proposal submissions: June 15, 2015.
For updates, please consult the SWCAS website http://www.trinity.edu/org/swcas/home.html.
The local arrangements chair for the 2015 SWCAS is Michael Strausz, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Washington University in St. Louis is pleased to host the 64th Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs.
MCAA has provided a forum for scholars and teachers of Asian Studies in the Midwest to gather and exchange knowledge about the history and cultures of Asia for over a half-century. The 2015 conference will feature individual paper presentations, as well as panels, poster and diamond sessions, and roundtables at which faculty, graduate and undergraduate students will present and discuss new research and pedagogical tools.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Washington University in St. Louis is pleased to host the 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, October 16-18, 2015. The MCAA seeks to promote Asian studies both at the university and the secondary and primary levels and particularly to encourage scholarly interchange between Asianists located in the Midwest, though scholars from all regions are invited to participate.
Proposals are solicited for panels, roundtables, individual papers, posters, and "diamond presentations" in all fields dealing with East, South, and Southeast Asia, the Asian Diaspora, and topical and comparative panels. Faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students, as well as independent Asianists, are encouraged to participate and attend. Timothy Brook, AAS President and Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia will deliver the keynote address on Saturday, October 17, 2015.
Proposals are due May 31, 2015. Reviews of proposals will begin in June, and you will be contacted of the results by August 1, 2015, if not sooner. Persons presenting papers must be members of MCAA and should pre-register by August 31, 2015.
The MCAA also awards a number of student prizes at the graduate and undergraduate level. More information about the deadlines for these prizes will be posted soon. Please keep an eye on the website.
2015 Conference information TBA.
PROGRAM CHAIR: Michael Seth, email@example.com
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS CHAIR: Yongguang Hu, firstname.lastname@example.org