CFP Artistic Practices in Contemporary Asia Volume 7 Issue 1 (Spring 2018)

Contemporary artistic practices in Asia have long evolved and since the 1990s have grown exponentially. The increasing regional biennials and triennials, the establishment of new contemporary art museums, the success of Asian artists and the establishment of various alternative sites and models for art practices denoted the ever evolving and permutative artistic practices in contemporary Asia.

CFP: 5th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF BENGAL STUDIES, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.

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Papers are invited for the 5th International Congress of Bengal Studies scheduled to be held   during 25th – 28th January, 2018.

ANN: Creation of a new MLA forum in ancient/medieval Chinese literature

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Within the Modern Language Association (MLA), forums are the basic organizational unit to focus scholarly discussion around certain periods and topics in literary history.  After a 2014 reorganization of the MLA’s structure, forums in Ming-Qing Chinese Literature and Modern and Contempor

CFA: Claims-Making - Y-SASM 2018, Zurich, 2018

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Young South Asia Scholars Meet (Y-SASM), Zurich, 15-17th June, 2018

The theme for the conference in 2018 is ‘claims-making’. While claims-making has implicitly been a major theme in research on South Asia, theoretical understanding of the concept remains rather vague.

Position, Assistant / Associate Professor of History of Asia/East-West Interactions/Public History, University of Macau

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University of Macau, History
Assistant / Associate Professor of History of Asia/East-West Interactions/Public History

The Department of History of the Faculty of Social Sciences invites applications for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of History. 

Announcement: 2017 Holland Prize Winner for Best Paper Published in Pacific Affairs in 2016

Pacific Affairs is pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 William L. Holland Prize for the most outstanding article to appear in Pacific Affairs in 2016.

 

This year’s prize has been awarded to Antje Missbach for her article, “Perilous Waters: People Smuggling, Fishermen, and Hyper-precarious Livelihoods on Rote Island, Eastern Indonesia” (vol. 89, no. 4).

 

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