Deadline Approaching: CFP for 2021 International Conference on Ming-Qing Studies, Academia Sinica

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
April 19, 2021 to May 1, 2021
Location: 
Taiwan
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, Chinese History / Studies

Call for Papers: 2021 International Conference on Ming-Qing Studies, Academia Sinica


※Update Notice: Remote Participation Supported. (Apr. 16)

The submission deadline will be May 1st. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, presenters may also participate through video conference:

  1. While the conference will mainly be an in-person event, some sessions support virtual participation. Only overseas presenters can participate virtually.
  2. Remote presenters will be required to upload a pre-recorded presentation video file (MP-4 format only) to the cloud and provide the download link to the organizer.

  • When: 2021. 12. 15-17
  • Where: Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  • Languages: Chinese and English
  • Submission deadline: 2021. 5. 1
  • Notification: 2021. 6. 20
  • Final manuscripts due: 2021. 11. 15

Call for Papers

The Committee for Promotion of Ming-Qing Studies, Academia Sinica is pleased to announce a call for papers for the International Conference on Ming-Qing Studies, to be held at Academia Sinica on December 15-17, 2021. The Conference seeks significant contributions in all major fields of Ming-Qing Studies, so as to provide a forum for sharing cutting-edge developments in the field. All participants will be expected to cover their own travel costs (including airfare), but free accommodation and breakfast at the conference hotel will be provided for four nights, with the exception of participants from northern Taiwan. In addition, lunch will be provided during the conference, as well as a welcome banquet on December 15, 2021.

Panel Submissions

Authors are invited to submit panel proposals or individual paper proposals to the Conference Submission System by May 1, 2021. All submissions should be original works of scholarship that not have been published previously. Panel conveners should submit a panel description of up to 500 words defining the panel topic and connections among the papers, along with abstracts of individual papers not exceeding 250 words each. Panels should include a maximum of five participants (including the chair, paper presenters and discussants) with a maximum of four papers presented. Individual paper proposals should include author information and an abstract of the paper not exceeding 250 words. Papers in English, Japanese or Korean are acceptable, but please also submit a Chinese abstract and present the paper in Chinese or English during the conference. The Conference organizers will review all panel and individual paper proposals, with notifications to be sent out by June 20, 2021. Accepted papers must be submitted by November 15, and will be posted on a password-protected website for the access of Conference participants only.

Submission link

  1. Panel Proposal
  2. Individual Paper Proposal

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: 2021. 5. 1
  • Notification: 2021. 6. 20
  • Final manuscripts due: 2021. 11. 15
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