Call for proposals:
April 20st-22nd, 2023 – University of Kentucky – Lexington, Kentucky
General Call for Papers: 2023
Deadline for Abstract Submission: Tuesday, November 1st, 2022, 11:59 PM EST
The KFLC 2023 Executive Committee is proud to open sessions devoted to the presentation of scholarly research in the following areas:
● Ancient Mediterranean Classics
● Arabic and Islamic Studies
● East Asian Studies
● French and Francophone Studies
● Hebrew and Jewish Studies
● Hispanic Linguistics
The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History at Boston College
The Chair of Science, Technology and Gender Studies (STGS) at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, headed by Prof. Maria Rentetzi, invites you to participate in its next guest lecture:
The year 1945 heralded a shift in the way science was practiced at the Asia-Pacific rim. With the rise of American hegemony, Asian scientists shifted from previous German and Japanese spheres of knowledge to an American one, as knowledge networks re-aligned around new centers of learning in the U.S.A. American centers of research in Asia, as well as the new global institutions such as the WHO and UNESCO, were further nodes in the new emerging system.
With apologies for cross-posting, you are kindly invited to an online lecture by Jong-Chol An (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) and Marco Zappa (Ca’ Foscary University of Venice) on May 30, 2022, 6 pm (CEST), on the theme “Perspectives on Japan-South Korea Relations: History, Security, and Cooperation Issues”. The lecture is part of a series connected to the History of Japan course at the Department of Humanities of the University of Turin.
Stanford University Libraries is accepting applications for a short-term research fellowship for scholars wishing to use the Thomas S. Mullaney East Asian Information Technology History Collection held in the East Asia Library's Special Collections.
The Academy of Korean Studies(AKS) is pleased to announce that the 11th World Congress of Korean Studies will take place at the Academy of Korean Studies, South Korea from October 19(Wednesday) to October 21(Friday), 2022. The congress theme, ‘Korean Culture Shared with the World’ is designed to invite scholars and experts presenting recent researchers and exchanging academic information as well as networking among Koreanists. Prospective participants are invited to submit proposals. For more details, please check the page.
Call for Papers: 2022 Situations International Conference