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James Webb (Colby College) and Iris Borowy (Center for the History of Global Development, University of Shanghai) are organizing a workshop at the University of Shanghai from 27-29 March 2018 on the theme "From Night Soil to Chemical Fertilizers: Transformations in Asian-Pacific Agriculture."
There is funding available to cover air travel, food, and lodging for a few additional scholars.
We would like to include some scholars who are working on the history of night soil use and/or chemical fertilizer use in South Asia or Indonesia.
Routledge are intending to publish a series of books that will explore and address some of the more important questions raised by the Cold War in Asia. This new series isn't going to be confined to single country studies alone, but will also welcome contributions from research scholars who are tackling comparative issues between the Asiatic nations during the time of the Cold War. We look forward to receiving proposals from both new and established scholars who have ideas for interesting book projects.
CFP: Colonial Tourism: sites, resistances and performances
Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference, 3-5 July 2018, University of Sydney
I have decided to edit a book on lyric writer Sahir to be called "By The Way Sahir". I invite scholarly articles in English on Sahir in about 4 to 5 thousand words. The deadline is June 2018. To be published by a reputed publisher of national/international reputation. suggestions for serious academic articles on Sahir are invited. please send 250 words abstract by the end of December, 2017 and then we shall start on the book.
Ecologies in Southeast Asian Literatures:
Histories, Myths and Societies
Second Association of South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN) Ecocritical Workshop
Bonding ASEAN together through Literary Studies, Ecological Criticismand the Environmental Humanities
Announcing the Second Workshop of ASLE-ASEAN,
for ASLE-ASEAN MEMBERS ONLY*
This thematic double issue of Studies in the Humanities addresse
Dear friends, colleagues, and anyone interested in the links between the military and money in Southeast Asia,
We hereby announce the publication of our new book:
Paul Chambers and Napisa Waitoolkiat. August 2017. Khaki Capital: The Political Economy of the Military in Southeast Asia. NIAS Press, NIAS Studies in Asian Topics, 304 pages, maps, tables, and illustrations, 9 x 6.1 x 0.9 inches.
Hardback ISBN 978-87-7694-224-3 Paperback ISBN 978-87769442250