Elizabethtown College and the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Association of Asian Studies announce the call for papers for the 47th annual regional conference. The conference theme “Peace in Asia: Past, Present, and Possible” lends itself to interesting scholarly approaches including energy, environment, public health, territorial issues, migration, popular culture, gender, sexuality,
Call for Proposals
Global Island: Taiwan and the World
Taiwan Studies Workshop
To be held at the University of Washington, Seattle
We will hold an international seminar on the Asia-Pacific studies on 26 May 2018 (Saturday) at Osaka University (Toyonaka Campus). We have the honor to have Dr. Henna-Rikka Pennanen at Osaka University. Her seminar paper will be ready (1 week prior to the seminar) which is available only for participants. We are also looking for discussants. If you are willing to attend either as participants or as discussants, please let me know. Yone Sugita: email@example.com
Call for Papers
15th Korean Studies Graduate Students Conference in Europe 2018 – Rome, Italy
The KSGSC committee is pleased to announce the 15th convention for graduate students, hosted by Sapienza University of Rome, Italian Institute of Oriental Studies. The conference aims to give graduate students in all Korea-related fields an opportunity to present their research, share academic interests, and strengthen ties with other junior scholars.
Conference Call: Visualising Asia: Deciphering 'Otherness' in Visual and Material Cultures
SOAS, University of London
Confirmed Keynote: Dr Anne Witchard
Resistance Reimagined: East Asian Languages and Cultures Graduate Student Symposium – CFP
University of Southern California
September 29, 2018
Proposal Submission Deadline: May 1, 2018
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