After the PRC History Group Reception

Thanks to all of you who made it to the PRC History Group Reception at AAS 2019.  Extra special thanks to the sponsors who made the event possible: University of Chicago Center for East Asian Studies, University of California San Diego Department of History, University of Pittsburgh Asian Studies Center, University of Arizona Department of History, Michigan State University Department of History. 
See you all next year!

"Oceanic Asia" AAS Round Table Pre-Circulated Papers/Sat. Mar. 23 9-10:45AM

In order to speed discussion and deepen engagement, panelists for our AAS Border Crossing Round Table, "Oceanic Asia: Maritime History and the Edges of Area Studies" (Sat. 9AM-10:45AM, Plaza Court 1, Plaza Building, Concourse Level) have kindly agreed to pre-circulate *draft* papers and paper summaries.

"Oceanic Asia" AAS Round Table Pre-Circulated Papers/Sat. Mar. 23 9-10:45AM

In order to speed discussion and deepen engagement, panelists for our AAS Border Crossing Round Table, "Oceanic Asia: Maritime History and the Edges of Area Studies" (Sat. 9AM-10:45AM, Plaza Court 1, Plaza Building, Concourse Level) have kindly agreed to pre-circulate *draft* papers and paper summaries.

NEH Program Officer Available at AAS 2019 in Denver, CO to Discuss Grant Proposals

Are you interested in getting a grant from NEH to support your work? Meet with a program officer at the Association for Asian Studies conference in Denver, CO to discuss your ideas for a grant proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities.

AAS Reception for Review of Religion and Chinese Society

Review of Religion and Chinese Societies will sponsor a reception at the upcoming AAS. "Religion in China: The Year in Review" will feature comments from Richard Madsen, Michael Brose, Rongdao Lai, Yanfei Sun, and Chris White on religion in China in 2018. This event will also include an introduction to the Online Spiritual Atlas of China (OSAC), a new tool using ArcGIS Online to map religious sites in China. The reception will be Friday, March 22 from 7:30-9:30 pm in Director's Row J. All are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided.

Reminder for your AAS Calendar: EMJNet Meetings in conjunction

Dear EMJNetters and interested folks,

 

The Early Modern Japan Network will hold two meetings at the AAS in Denver, both on Saturday, March 23:

 

13:15-14:45: Century Room

Meet the author:  Yulia Frumer (Johns Hopkins), author of Making Time: Astronomical Time Measurement in Tokugawa Japan (Chicago, 2018) 

 

Respondent/Discussion:  Federico Marcon (Princeton, author of The Knowledge of Nature and the Nature of Knowledge in Tokugawa Japan (Chicago, 2015).  

 

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