CFP: LSE International History Research Seminar (HY509)

We are pleased to invite proposals for the Michaelmas term session of next year’s LSE International History Research Seminar (HY509).

The seminar welcomes presentations on any aspect of – or approach to – international, global and world history, broadly defined, with a focus on the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. The seminar is an ideal environment to present research at an early stage and meet LSE faculty members and other graduate students.

CFP: 2019 Meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies

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Dear Colleagues:

I am pleased to announce that the 58th annual meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies will be held January 18–20, 2019 at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. More information can be found on our new website, which is www.sec-aas.com

Deadline Extended to June 1, 2018 CFP: MARAAS Conference: Peace in Asia: Past, Present and Possible- Nov. 3-4, 2018

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Elizabethtown College and the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Association of Asian Studies announce the call for papers for the 47th annual regional conference. The conference theme “Peace in Asia: Past, Present, and Possible” lends itself to interesting scholarly approaches including energy, environment, public health, territorial issues, migration, popular culture, gender, sexuality,

CFP: The 7th International Conference on Business, International Relations, and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD ), Binus Alam Sutera University (Jakarta, Indonesia)

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 The post-Cold War international relations have been much linked to the process of globalization. The massive trade liberalization agreement among states has resulted in the diminishing boundaries and the growing interconnectivity among states which in the end created a complex web of economic interdependence.

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