This workshop is jointly organised by Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, and Yale-NUS College, Singapore.
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.
Organised by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore; supported by SSRC grant on Sustainable Governance of Transboundary Environmental Commons in Southeast Asia (MOE2016-SSRTG-068), and in collaboration with the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS | SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 8 APRIL 2018
Conference on "Infrastructures, Regions and Urbanizations"
29 September - 7 October 2018
National University of Singapore
Call for Submission- Chapters for edited volume
Locating the Asian Sixties?
International Conference on Global Cities: The Networks of Connectivity in East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region, 1850-1950
Organizer: Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong
Date: April 13-14, 2018
Venue: R6143, 6/F., Bank of China (Hong Kong) Complex, City University of Hong Kong
Purpose of the conference
This is a call for presentation paper for the following panel at the upcoming ASEASUK (Association of Southeast Asian Studies UK) conference to be held at the University of Leeds between Sep 5-7, 2018:
Panel: Southeast Asia and World Literature
An International Roundtable Symposium hosted by the EMERSA project (funded by the DFG´s SPP 1889 Regional Sea Level Change and Society initiative)
The symposium aims to bring together researchers from the social sciences, the humanities and area studies, together with practitioners and policymakers that work across a diverse range of themes related to the lived and experiential aspects of (relative) sea level change in urban Southeast Asia.