Deadline approaching: 1 February 2023 - ICAS Book Prize 2023, call for submissions of Books and Articles
The secretariat of the ICAS Book Prize 2023 welcomes you to submit the titles of your Asia-related publications in the Humanities and Social Sciences in the following categories:
Deadline 1 February 2023
- Chinese language edition (simplified and traditional Chinese) (Books)
- French language edition (Books)
- German language edition (Books)
- Japanese language edition (Books)
- Korean language edition (Books)
- Portuguese/Spanish language edition (Books)
- Global Hong Kong Studies edition (Articles in English)
Submissions for the English language edition (Books and Dissertations) closed on 1 December. It is no longer possible to submit in this category.
More information on the Rules and Regulations can be found here: https://icas.asia/icas-book-prize
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ICAS Book Prize – Tenth edition
What started as a small unknown initiative grew to become one of the largest book prizes for Asian Studies in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences. In 2003, the IBP was founded with the aim to bring a focus to academic publications on Asia in a more interdisciplinary context, expanding it beyond academic circles. This aim to increase the worldwide visibility of these publications has also encouraged a further interest in the world of Asian Studies.
Since the seventh edition in 2017, the Prize expanded to include prizes for publications in different languages. With this multilingual approach, in cooperation with a host of partners and sponsors worldwide, ICAS is increasingly decentering the landscape of knowledge about and in Asia.
Submitting books for IBP every two years might have become a routine process for many publishers now, but at the launch of the prize, it took some effort to engage the community to take part in this growing endeavor. We are grateful to all partners, sponsors, reading committee members, publishers, authors, and contributors throughout the years, who have played a significant role in the IBP becoming one of the leading Book Prizes in the field of Asian Studies.
Send any questions you may have about the IBP in general, to email@example.com. Contact details for all other language editions can be found online.
The Reading Committee members are very much looking forward to reading your contributions!
We are grateful to our organisers and sponsors for the tenth edition.