The Society for Queer Asian Studies (SQAS) plans to sponsor two panels focused on queer Asian themes at the 2023 Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Annual Conference, February 17-18 online, and March 16-19 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Conference CFP: asianstudies.org/conference/call-for-proposals
Sponsorship is possible for one online panel and one in-person panel respectively.
SQAS sponsorship means endorsement from SQAS. It does not guarantee your panel will be accepted, nor does it come with any funding to support conference attendance.
To apply for sponsorship, please submit a proposal (a single document with a panel abstract plus individual paper abstracts following AAS requirements) for your complete panel to email@example.com.
Deadline: Thursday, July 29 (any time zone)
Results announced: August 5 or 6
This will give us time to review the panels and sponsored panels time to add SQAS sponsorship to their proposal before the AAS deadline of August 9.
—Unfortunately, we are unable to help you form a panel.
—Note that all panels must be proposed as *either* in-person or online.
(AAS: All presenters on sessions must agree to one presentation format, either in-person or virtual. The session may only be presented in one format. This decision will determine if the session will be scheduled to take place during the annual conference virtual component on February 17-18, or at the in-person conference in Boston, March 16-19.)
—Please carefully review the panel requirements for type, format, diversity, and the one-paper rule. Note that the AAS deadline itself is very strict and based on U.S. Eastern Standard Time: asianstudies.org/conference/call-for-proposals
—We are unable to offer travel funds to attend the conference. A limited amount of funding may be available through AAS for students and for scholars who are citizens of and work in non-high-income, non-OECD nations of Asia. Please refer to the AAS website for details: asianstudies.org/conference/call-for-proposals/travel-grants-stipends
—If you have any questions not answered above or on the AAS website, please feel free to contact Lin Song (firstname.lastname@example.org) or GVGK Tang (email@example.com) or reply to this post.