Collaborative Reading-Workshop Grants
This is an open call for papers for the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture.
Special Issue (Spring 2017) -- The Chinese Script and its Global Imaginary
Edited by Lorraine C.M. Wong and Jacob Edmond
Call for Papers
The Bochum Yearbook of East Asian Studies (Bochumer Jahrbuch zur Ostasienforschung) is now accepting submissions for edition 39, which will appear in winter 2016.
The Bochum Yearbook has been published since 1978 by the Faculty of East Asian Studies at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. It serves as an international forum for academic publications on East Asian research, with individual research papers making up the larger part of the journal. Alongside these, each edition has a special theme. The authors of the essays in this section are invited and supported by a guest editor.
Currently enrolled graduate students are invited to submit paper Berkeley-Stanford Graduate Conference in Modern Chinese Humanities, to be held April 15-16, 2016 at the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
Call for Papers: ASCJ 2016
The Executive Committee of the Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ) invites proposals for panels, roundtables, and individual papers to be presented at the Twentieth Asian Studies Conference Japan. The conference will be held at the International Christian University (ICU) in Tokyo on Saturday and Sunday, July 2-3, 2016. All presentations are to be delivered in English.
Please visit the ASCJ website for details:
The Joint Center for China Studies at Purdue University and Nanjing Agricultural University invites papers for a conference on "U.S.-China Relations during the Twentieth Century." The conference will be held at Purdue University from October 18-20, 2016. Papers dealing with all aspects of U.S.- China relations will be considered. The Center particularly welcomes sessions and papers on science, technology, women, politics, culture, agriculture, and rural life. Send session and paper proposals by December 1, 2015, to Doug Hurt, Head, Department of History, Purdue University, at
The Doctoral Program in Buddhist Studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany invites applications for two PhD scholarships for dissertation projects related to Buddhism:
Deadline for applications: 18 October 2015
Start of scholarship: Summer or autumn 2016
Duration of scholarship: 3 or 4 years
Scholarship amount: €1000 per month + insurance + support for rent + €460 per year
Scholarship donor: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)