Fabula, Volume 59, Issue 3-4, 2018
This is an additional Call for Papers for the edited collection on Southeast Asian Gothic (eds. Katarzyna Ancuta, Mary J. Ainslie and Andrew Hock Soon Ng) planned for submission to the University of Wales Press.
We are particularly looking for submissions related to Indonesian, Vietnamese and Philippine literature, and Malaysian cinema, as well as Southeast Asian art, visual culture, and popular culture.
Below is the original CFP:
Hope this mail finds you in good health. We will have an Asia-Pacific Studies seminar on 26 January (Saturday)
at Toyonaka Campus, Osaka University. If you wish to attend the seminar, please let me know by 23 January.
Yoneyuki Sugita email@example.com
The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University in partnership with the International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region (IRCI) will hold a special event.
- 1 Week Intensive Course
- 5 - Saturday Course
The International Journal, Canada's Journal of Global Policy Analysis (long published by the Canadian International Council), welcomes contributions to its Lessons of History section. The section deals with the historical context of contemporary issues.
Call for contributions, Special issue of the Journal of Civil Society
Call for Papers for a volume to be submitted to Routledge
“Human, Intellectual, and Cultural Mobilities between Africa and the Caribbean – From the Late 19th Century to the Present“
When I was looking at The question of national identity in Equatorial Guinea for my thesis some years ago, I saw the costruction of a sense of national identity rather like the creation of a collage or assemblage where various discourses of national identity particular to that African nation were gathered together to form a unique sense of national identity. For Equatorial Guinea I saw these themes as: The Hispanic Identity, Bantu Unity, Bonding in adversity (during/after the tyrant Macias Nguema) and the contributions of the large Equatoguinean diaspora.
Education After Colonization: Educational Reforms and Conflicts in Independent African States
This announcement is a call for papers for a proposed panel at the African Studies Association annual meeting in Boston taking place from 20 to 24 November 2019.