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New Books in South and Southeast Asian Studies
Announcements and Discussion
Special Issue: Boundaries, Flows, and the Construction of Muslim Selves through Architecture
Thematic volume planned for June 2019
Asia Intermedialities: New Objects, Themes, and Methods at the Convergence of East and Southeast Asian Cultural and Media Studies
Centre for Cultural Studies
Department of Cultural and Religious Studies
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
25-26 May 2018
Convener: Elmo Gonzaga (Cultural and Religious Studies, CUHK)
TOC ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES #48 (2017)
(aplogies for cross-posting)
We are seeking last-minute panel participants for our proposed panel, "Rebranding Feminist Islam," at the Association for Asian Studies annual meetings in Washington, D.C., March 22-25, 2018.
Prof. Laura Elder, Saint Mary’s College
Sarah Kelman, UC Santa Cruz
Rebranding Feminist Islam
The museum director, curator, and eminent Asian art historian Jan Fontein died in Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts on May 19, 2017— just three days shy of his 90th birthday. He had been in ill health for some time, suffering from Parkinson’s disease.