The editors of the Journal of Medieval Worlds invite contributions for its inaugural issue, in the form of articles, essays, and book reviews. This University of California Press publication aims to serve as a forum for multidisciplinary scholarship on the world in the period between 750 C.E. and 1500 C.E. We particularly aim to foster research on underrepresented areas of the medieval world, broadly defined, as well as articles that explore interconnections across regions and cultures.
Please join us for a public lecture on Monday, April 30, 4:30 pm, Princeton University, Jones Hall, Room 202. Lucia Dolce (SOAS University of London) will speak on "A (Presumably Chinese) Tantric Scripture and Its Exegetical Practices: The Yuqijing in Medieval Japan." This special lecture marks the inauguration of The Numata Visiting Scholar and Program Fund, Princeton University.
The Department of Japanese Studies at Nicolaus Copernicus University (NCU) and Polish Association for Japanese Studies invite panel and paper proposals for the International Conference to be held on 29
Apply now for a 2019 National Library of Australia Fellowship to support in-depth collection research across a broad range of disciplines. These prestigious funded Fellowships are available to established or emerging scholars from Australia and overseas to undertake 12 weeks of intensive research using the National Library of Australia’s extraordinary 10 million item collection.
Call for papers for an international workshop
The Invisible Within: Actors, Relationships and Activities in Chinese Migrant Families
Features the screening of Nowhere to Call Home: A Tibetan in Beijing (Jocelyn Ford, 2014) & Border People (Elena Barabantseva, 2018)
15-16 November 2018 at the University of Central Lancashire, UK
For the second issue of 2019, the Mechademia: Second Arc journal will focus on the theme of Materialities Across Asia. Authors are invited to submit papers on this topic of 5000-7000 words by June 15, 2018 to submissions [at] mechademia.net.
The CFP for Mechademia 12.1, Transnational Fandoms, is now available. The issue will explore the global consumption, creative (re)production, and widespread redistribution of East Asian popular culture.
You are cordially invited to attend the second annual Peter L. Lee Endowed Lecture in East Asian Culture and Civilization on May 7th, 2018, featuring Professor Robin D.S.