We seek reviewers for the following titles that appear to have potential for enhancing teacher and professor knowledge about Asia or possibly be assigned to students. Potentially interested reviewers should directly contact EAA Editor Lucien Ellington via his email address at email@example.com. Typically, EAA essay reviews are 1,200-1,500 words. EAA also publishes 500-800 word book reviews. Please include a short rationale as to why you are interested in this particular book.
Project Southeast Asia, University of Oxford, invites proposals for Panels and Papers for the 7th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2018.
The 7th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium will be held at the Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI) Tower, Universitas Indonesia, in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 22 to 24 March 2018.
Call for Papers
DEADLINE EXTENDED TILL 15 AUGUST, 2017.
Between Empires: The making and unmaking of borders, 19th- 20th centuries
Date: 1 - 2 February, 2018
Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
One-Day Symposium. The Open University, Camden, London. Friday 20th October 2017
The internationally peer-reviewed journal Southeast Asian Studies invites scholars to review the following titles on Southeast Asian studies. Reviews are between 1400-1800 words. Interested scholars should an email to the reviews editor, Associate Professor Julius Bautista <firstname.lastname@example.org> containing the following: (1) an indication of which title they would like to review, (2) a description of their scholarly expertise, (3) their full mailing address and (4) their complete CV.
We’re 3 Japan anthropologists looking for 2 more papers for the panel we’re organizing below (draft abstract) for the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) conference in Washington, DC, in March 2018. We want to put together a cross-border and interdisciplinary panel, so we’re particularly interested in papers outside of our expertise. Please send abstracts to email@example.com by July 20th!
Isaac Gagne, DIJ German Institute for Japanese Studies
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 10th Al-Jami’ah Forum
IDENTITY IN THE AGE OF POPULISM
Southeast Asian Perspectives
Yogyakarta, 10-12 November 2017
The conflicts in Korea and Vietnam from 1950 to 1975 continue to impact the United States. This conference seeks to examine how the twenty-five years of war in Asia, following World War II, continue to influence the lives of those who live in the Northern Plains (the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana). Veterans of these wars are especially encouraged to consider presenting on their service, but also those whose lives were impacted indirectly by the wars.
ILWCH Special Issue on “Labor in Southeast Asia”: call for abstracts
The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
International Seminar & Workshop on Anglo-Indian Studies
(4-5 August 2017)
Problematising the Postcolonial in the Telling of Anglo-Indian (Hi)stories