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Position, Assistant/Associate Professor of Modern Southeast Asian History, Northwestern University

From H-Net Job Guide: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=49273

Northwestern University, History

Assistant or Associate Professor, Modern Southeast Asian History

Institution Type:   College / University
Location:   Illinois, United States
Position:   Assistant Professor, Associate Professor

IIAS Photo Contest 2014 - Public Vote

Public voting is now OPEN!!!

You can no longer upload photos to the Contest site. We would like to thank everyone who took part and who submitted photos to the contest.

The contest jury has made their long-list of 155 photos, selected from a total of more than 1000 entries!

It is now up to you, the public, to cast your vote and decide which photo will win the “Public Vote”. The winner will receive a gift certificate valued at 200 euros.

Between now and 29 August you can vote for your favourite photos by following these steps:

TOC: Rural China An International Journal of History and Social Science Vol.11.2

The new issue of Rural China: An International Journal of History and Social Science (Vol. 11.2) is now available!

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/22136746/11/2

pp.189-221

Is “Family Farms” the Way to Develop Chinese Agriculture? Philip C. C. Huang

pp.222-243

Large Farms vs. Small Farms: Grain Production in Northwestern Shandong   Gao Yuan

pp.244-300

The Origin of China’s Economic Transition   Pei Xiaolin

pp.301-327

Position, Associate Prof./Prof. in modern/contemporary Japanese literature & culture, Univ. of California-Davis

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University of California - Davis, East Asian Languages and Cultures (EALC)

Associate Professor or Professor in modern and contemporary Japanese literature and culture

Institution Type:   College / University
Location:   California, United States
Position:   Associate Professor, Full Professor

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OR PROFESSOR

MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Translating Chinese Masculinities conference--cfp

Translating Chinese Masculinities: Chinese Men in Global Contexts
Funded by British Academy and the School of Chinese, University of Hong
Kong
Convenors: Derek Hird (University of Westminster) and Geng Song
(University of Hong Kong)
Dates: 12-13 December 2014
Venue: The University of Hong Kong

The main purpose of the conference is to examine depictions and practices
of contemporary Chinese masculinities beyond China’s borders. It aims to

REGISTRATION OPEN: Reparative Histories: Radical Narratives of ‘Race’, and Resistance

Reparative Histories: Radical Narratives of ‘Race’, and Resistance

11-12 September 2014, University of Brighton, UK

An interdisciplinary conference inaugurating the Research Group, ‘Representation: ‘Race’, Culture and Identity’

TOC: Asia Pacific World - Journal of the International Association for Asia Pacific Studies (Vol. 5, Issue 1)

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Asia Pacific World has been published by Berghahn Journals. This issue begins with two keynote presentations from the fourth IAAPS Annual Conference. The third contribution is also an IAAPS conference keynote speech-this one presented at an earlier conference. General articles featuring a wide array of themes and book reviews round out the rest of the issue. 

Position, Lecturer in Arts of China, Christie's Education

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Christie's Education, Lecturer in Arts of China

Institution Type:   Other
Location:   United Kingdom
Position:   Lecturer

Aim of Role

To undertake tutorial responsibilities, lecturing and administration on courses as part of a team working on the Arts of China programme.

Skills and Experience

Call for young people with committed interests in the DPRK to speak at a student-run conference on September 13, 2014

The pursuit of peace on the Korean Peninsula necessitates the younger generation to be better informed about the historical, socio-political and economic aspects of the DPRK (North Korea). To take a step towards realizing this vision, students of Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, with the educational consulting support of global student initiative, Engage Korea, are organizing a conference titled: 2014 Student Conference on the DPRK: How can the international community effectively engage the DPRK?

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