TOC: Asian Journal of Social Science, 44.6, Special Issue (2016)

The latest issue of Asian Journal of Social Science is now available! Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information:

Volume 44, Issue 6, Special Focus: Reframing Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asia: Transnational Connections, Comparisons, and Mobilities, 2016

ISSN: 1568-4849 E-ISSN: 1568-5314

List of Contributors, pp.: 647–648

Cities and Kings: Ancient Treasures from Myanmar exhibition (Singapore)

Dear Colleagues,

I’d like to draw your attention to an exhibition on Myanmar that opened on 2nd December here in Singapore. In total 32 objects were borrowed from the National Museums of Myanmar. The other 28 in the show are from the Asian Civilisation Museum’s collection.

Cities and Kings: Ancient Treasures from Myanmar

02 Dec 2016 - 05 Mar 2017

Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore

CFP Verge: Studies in Global Asias 4:2 / Indigeneity

Call for Papers Verge: Studies in Global Asias 4:2 / Indigeneity

edited by Charlotte Eubanks (Penn State) and Pasang Yangjee Sherpa (New School)

If “Asia” is a place, notional or otherwise, then to be “Asian” is to have some particular relation to that place, but the exact quality and texture of that relation, its historical depth and identitarian legacy, can be difficult to plumb, even in cases of indigeneity, when the ties between people, land, and identity may be especially snug.

TOC: An Introduction to Human RIghts in Southeast Asia - Creative Commons textbook (2016)

Recently the second volume of the textbook An Introduction to Human Rights in Southeast Asia, has been made available for free on the internet (link below), as a creative commons text. The textbook is designed for undergraduate students but may be used as basic background reading for graduate students. It places human rights in a Southeast Asian context, using Southeast Asian examples, and examining regional laws, policies, and practices around human rights.

TOC: Journal of World History, 27, 3 (2016)

Dear Colleagues,
I would like to announce the publication of a special issue of the Journal of World History 27,3 (2016) on “Preaching the Civilizing Mission and Modern Cultural Encounters”, edited by Diego Olstein and Stefan Huebner.
Diego Olstein / Stefan Huebner

CFP: Christian Renewal Movements in the Global South in the 20th and 21st Centuries: Religious, Social and Political Transformation

Sponsored by:

The Harry S. Truman Institute for Advanced Peace, Hebrew University Jerusalem


The Martin Buber Society of Fellows- Stiftungsfonds Martin-Buber-Gesellschaft, The

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Federal Ministry of Education and Research


Glocal Community Development Studies, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem




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