[ 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 ]
Contact: Kristen Parris: Kristen.Parris@wwu.edu
For further information, please contact the ASCJ Executive Committee: email@example.com.
We invite Asia scholars and advanced graduate students in the Western region to submit proposals for panels and individual papers reflecting current research on South, Southeast, and East Asia.
Please check for conference updates at http://car.clas.asu.edu
We welcome proposals for panels and papers on all aspects of Asian studies and submissions from all disciplines are welcome.
A panel proposal should include: (1) a prospectus (200 words max.); and (2) a list of the participants, their affiliations, and their prospective paper titles. A proposal for an individual paper submission should include a prospectus plus the name and affiliation of the proposer.
We particularly encourage contributions that explore the impact of digitization and internationalization on the future of Asian Studies.
Please contact the Program Chair in advance of the submission deadline if your presentation will address these themes.
Please send your proposals by email to Asia@asu.edu, attn. WCAAS Conference.
Deadline: March 10, 2014.
Contact: James Rush, Program Chair
Arizona State University
Contacts: Yuki Terazawa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
and Patricia Welch (Patricia.M.Welch@hofstra.edu).
The Hofstra Cultural Center, the New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS) and the Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies (MAR/AAS) are proud to present an international conference that contemplates how ongoing economic, social and political transformations have challenged present-day
perceptions of Asian cultural identities.
The program committee invites proposals for panels, round-tables, and individual papers on all aspects of Asian and Asian-American history, culture, and contemporary life, representing disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and professional schools. Interdisciplinary proposals are also welcome. In addition, the conference will feature a Teaching Asia Workshop, concerts, art exhibitions and cultural events.
Presentation topics may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Global Asian cosmopolitanisms/transnational cultures
The deadline for submission of proposals for individual papers, panels, and round-tables is APRIL 7, 2014.
Program Chair: J. Megan Greene, email@example.com
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.
The NEAAS Program Committee welcomes proposals for panels, roundtables, or individual presentations that address the history, societies, diasporas, political and economic systems, languages and literary/visual cultures of Asia. Panels and roundtables that take an innovative approach to format (interdisciplinary, creative, mixed media) and an interdisciplinary methodology (with regard to field) are welcome, as are traditionally organized academic panels. The coordinators also welcome comparative approaches. Last, but certainly not least, the organizers also encourage roundtables that address the state of the field. All proposals are due AUGUST 1, 2014.
Inquiries about the conference can be addressed to either of the co-chairs of the Program Committee:
Cathy Schlund-Vials (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Alexis Dudden (email@example.com)
Program Chair: Catherine Phipps, firstname.lastname@example.org
Locations Coordinator: Kristina Troost, email@example.com