The 2nd Southeast Asian Conference on Education (SEACE2021)

Join us in Singapore (and online) for SEACE2021!

May 13–16, 2021 | Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore

Welcome to The 2nd Southeast Asian Conference on Education (SEACE2021), held in partnership with Singapore Management University (SMU), and the IAFOR Research Centre at the Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP) at Osaka University.

| New book release| A Warrior's Armament and Ornament: The Edwin R. Bautista Collection of Philippine Bladed Weapons

The Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò (MusKKat) is a foundation engaged in a museum development project. It has coconvened a conference on human movements with eminent archaeologists and anthropologists, mounted an internal exhibition, presented lectures, engaged in a community outreach project among an Aeta community in Pampanga, embarked on partnerships and memberships with national and international cultural and educational agencies and institutions, and is active on social media.

University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) History Department Philippine Church History webinars

The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) History Department will be holding a series of webinars on Philippine Church History from February to April 2021, as their contribution to the 500 years of Philippine-Spanish relations and the founding of Christianity in the Philippines in 2021. 

Cholera and Meiji Japan: Invitation to a Zoom lecture at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Dear colleagues,

The Department of Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem would like to invite you to a the Zoom lecture of Prof. Harald Fuess, Heidelberg University, on "Cholera and Meiji Japan: Medical Knowledge, International Relations and the Qarantine System", Wednesday, 2 December, 2020, 16:30 pm Israeli time, 9:30 am U.S. eastern time. Like all lectures in our departmental series, Prof. Fuess' talk will be held in English and no registration is required.

For more details on the event and a Zoom link:

New book announcement: Pleasure in Profit. Popular Prose in Seventeenth-Century Japan

Dear colleagues and friends,

I am writing to announce the publication of my new book Pleasure in Profit. Popular Prose in Seventeenth-Century Japan, which is published by Columbia University Press. 

As the title suggest, this is intended to be the first comprehensive study of the birth of Japanese commercial publishing, with a focus on the vibrant world of vernacular popular literature.

STIP: Graduate Studies in German (MA/PhD) at Michigan State University (31.12.2020)

The German Studies program at Michigan State University welcomes applications to both MA and PhD programs for the 2021-2022 academic year. Our graduate program provides students with financial support, individualized mentoring, and the flexibility to design a course of study to realize their personal and professional goals.


Subscribe to Recent Posts