CFP: 2019 Meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
October 31, 2018
Location: 
Tennessee, United States
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, South Asian History / Studies, Southeast Asian History / Studies

Dear Colleagues:

I am pleased to announce that the 58th annual meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies will be held January 18–20, 2019 at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. More information can be found on our new website, which is www.sec-aas.com

The program committee welcomes proposals for individual or panel presentations from faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars. Proposals must be submitted no later than October 31, 2018. You must complete the submission form online. Submit panel submissions here and individual paper submissions here. Please direct any questions about proposal submission to our program chair, Professor Han Li, and questions about conference logistics to our local arrangements chair Professor Chia-rong Wu.

Conference participants must be dues-paying members. SEC/AAS dues are $20 ($10 for students). The membership application form is available on the SEC/AAS website. Please submit this form with the correct dues to Professor Li-ling Hsiao, Department of Asian Studies, New West 113, CB#3267, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599. 

Program Chair
Han Li​
Modern Languages and Literatures Palmer 118
Rhodes College​
Memphis, TN 38112
hanl@rhodes.edu

Local Arrangements Chair
Chia-rong Wu
Modern Languages and Literatures Palmer 118
Rhodes College​
Memphis, TN 38112 wuc@rhodes.edu

Three $200 travel awards are available to graduate students. Those who wish to be considered for these awards should note this on their paper proposals. Preference will be given to students in the Southeast region who must travel more than two hundred miles to attend.

I look forward to seeing you at the 2019 meeting in Memphis, Tennessee!

Lane J. Harris
Associate Professor of History Furman University