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CFP : 5th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Performing Arts of Southeast Asia (PASEA), 16-22/07/2018, Sabah Museum, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Deadline for the submission of abstracts : 01 December 2017

Thème I: Crossing Borders through Popular Performance Genres in Southeast Asia

Thème II:  Tourism and the Performing Arts in Southeast Asia

Thème III: New Research

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CFP : Migrations and New Mobilities in Southeast Asia

CFP : UC Berkeley – UCLA Southeast Asian Studies Conference : Migrations and New Mobilities in Southeast Asia, 27-28/04/2018, UC Berkeley

Conference chair: Prof. Nancy Lee Peluso (Environmental Science, Policy & Management, UC Berkeley)

The aim of this conference, jointly sponsored by the Center for Southeast Asia Studies at UC Berkeley (Director: Prof. Pheng Cheah) and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA (Director: Prof. George Dutton), is to look anew at issues concerning migration and Southeast Asia.

Migrations have characterized Southeast Asian lives and livelihoods in different ways in different eras; they have affected work, settlement patterns, resource use, small and large investments, religion, and culture. Migrations have formed and changed the composition of Southeast Asian societies and given rise to complex cultural, social, environmental, and political problems and opportunities. Past and present, migrations have been both forced and voluntary: forced to make way for certain kinds of development; triggered by violence and war; but also intentional and, at times, pioneering: to change lives, secure new livelihoods, or explore new ecologies.

Contributors to this conference will discuss continuities and changes in migration practices, patterns, and personnel, addressing a wide range of historical periods, disciplines, and themes. For this conference, we solicit papers on such topics as:

  • labor migration and remittances;
  • resource extractions, claims, and trade;
  • shifting policies governing international movements of people, resources and capital; human rights issues raised by transnational migration;
  • transformations in urban and rural spaces brought by domestic and transnational migrants;
  • cultural changes and cultural productions associated with migrant, resource, and capital flows;
  • the ways that mobilities have changed or are changing gender, generational, racial, and cultural relations in families, communities, and across nations.

The two centers invite submissions for presentations from scholars and graduate students conducting original research in the social sciences and humanities that address the primary theme of the conference. Abstracts (up to 500 words) should be sent to CSEAS at UC Berkeley by Friday, January 19, 2018. Abstracts should include your name, affiliation and discipline and contact information (including e-mail address).

The conference is open to all. Some travel funding is available for faculty and graduate students at UC and CSU campuses.

Contact: CSEAS, 1995 University Ave., 520H MC 2318, Berkeley CA 94704, Tel: (510) 642-3609; Fax: (510) 643-7062; E-mail:

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CFP: Association for Asian Performance Adjudicated Emerging Scholars Panel

CFP: Association for Asian Performance Adjudicated Emerging Scholars Panel, 01-02/08/2018, Boston, Massachusetts

The Association for Asian Performance (AAP) invites submissions for its 24th Annual Adjudicated Panel to be held during the Association for Asian Performance annual conference in Boston, Massachusetts on August 1-2, 2018, which precedes the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) conference.

Selected papers will be strongly considered for publication in Asian Theatre Journal – an official publication of AAP.

Eligibility is open to all (current and recent graduate students, scholars, teachers, artists) provided they are: 1) early in their scholarly career OR new to the study of Asian performance; 2) have not published in Asian Theatre Journal; and 3) have not previously received an AAP Emerging Scholars Award. We welcome submissions from past applicants.

Papers (8-10 double-spaced pages) may deal with any aspect of Asian performance or drama. Preparation of the manuscript in Asian Theatre Journal style, which can be gleaned from a recent issue, is desirable. Up to three winning authors will be selected and invited to present their papers at the upcoming AAP conference. Paper presentations should be no longer than twenty minutes. A $100 cash prize will be awarded for each paper selected, to help offset conference fees. AAP Conference registration fees are waived for the winners, who also receive one-year free membership to AAP. Receipt of award is contingent upon attendance at the AAP conference. All paper submissions will receive written feedback from the selection committee.

Submission Instructions

Papers should be accompanied by a separate cover sheet detailing the author’s contact information: institutional affiliation and current title (if relevant), address, phone number, and email address (for both academic year and summer holiday). The author’s name should not appear in the paper.

Please send submissions electronically to Dr. Arnab Banerji, Assistant Professor of Theatre, Loyola Marymount University (

Deadline for Submissions: January 15, 2018. Winners will be notified by April 15, 2018.

AAP is proud to sponsor this adjudicated panel. Not only is it a chance for students and emerging scholars to get exposure and recognition for their work, it also provides an opportunity to meet and make contacts with others who are interested in similar fields of research.

Please direct any inquiries regarding the Emerging Scholars Award panel to Arnab Banerji at ( To find out about the benefits of becoming an AAP member, please check out our website and consider joining us on Facebook:

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CALL for proposals : AAS-in-ASIA 2018

Call for proposals : AAS-in-Asia 2018 : Asia in Motion: Geographies and Genealogies, 05-08/07/2018, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

On behalf of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) and Ashoka University, India we are pleased to invite you to submit organized panels and roundtable proposals (no individual paper proposals accepted) to be presented at the fifth AAS-in-ASIA Conference to be held between the 5th and 8th of July, 2018 at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi, India.

Keynote speaker : James C. Scott, Sterling Professor of Political Science and Professor of Anthropology and co-Director of the Agrarian Studies Program at Yale University.

The Program Committee for the AAS-in-ASIA conference seeks proposals dealing with all regions of Asia on subjects covering a wide range of scholarly disciplines and professional fields under the broad theme: Asia in Motion: Geographies and Genealogies.  Derived from the Greco-Roman conception of the world, the concept of Asia has a perverse genealogy as Europe’s other.  Asians have thus experienced ‘Asia’ in ephemeral, uneven, and fleeting modes.  At its heart lie the limits of inherited geographical categories. Nevertheless, the concept of Asia retains great power in the political imagination. It serves as a critique of geography as a historical category and of the Asian nation-states that are today asserting themselves politically, economically, and geographically by invoking older and mythic forms of Asian culture and genealogies. We particularly invite proposals that interrogate received ideas of Asia and conceive of new spatial and temporal imaginings, and that explore, understand, and reassert those Asias that exist beyond conventional political geographies.

The Delhi venue of the AAS-in-Asia, is an opportune place to pose these questions as, being on the margins of Asia, the subcontinent has always confounded the geographic and genealogical imagination of Asia.  Panels are welcomed from scholars in disciplines across the field of Asian studies, wherever they may be based academically, and are especially encouraged from scholars representing academic communities that are relatively underrepresented in international meetings. One of the goals of this AAS-in-ASIA conference is to foster lines of dialogue and scholarly communication that cross the ordinary (often nation-specific) boundaries of academic networks. Please note: The program committee will strongly favor and give preference to proposals that include participants from two or more countries, whether the panel focuses on a single nation or culture or focuses on some comparative dimension. The program discourages panel proposals from a group of scholars coming from the same institution. Generally speaking, panels with diverse (gender, academic rank, national origin, disciplinary approach) participation will be favored over narrowly constructed panels. Panels with topics that make some link to the conference theme also will be favored. 

The deadline for proposal submissions is November 15, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. All proposals must be submitted electronically via the proposal submission website.

After submission, your proposal will be forwarded to the program committee for review. You will find detailed instructions for submissions below. You may also access detailed information about the conference (FAQs, venue, transportation, program, accommodations, etc.) on the full 2018 AAS-in-ASIA conference website.

If you have any question regarding panel participation that is not answered in this Call for Proposals or FAQ, (pre-submission questions concerning format, possible participants or relevance of a potential panel topic to the overall conference theme) please submit your questions to Dr. Krisna UK, AAS Director of Outreach and Strategic Initiatives, at

For technical assistance regarding use of the online application submission system, contact the AAS at

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Call for papers : Forest and society

Call for papers : Forest and society : Initiating a Southeast Asia Journal for Theoretical, Empirical, and Regional Scholarship

Call for paper: Special Section @ Power game and recentralization in Indonesian land use politics

This section invites scholars that use power theories, bureaucratic politics, including recentralization while decentralizing forest or other land use sectors in Indonesia. This could be a theoretical overview as well as an empirical examination of specific case in Indonesian land use politics landscape. This section is also open for particular policy case in Indonesia e.g. Forest Management Unit, Social Corporate Responsibility, and community forestry.

Posted: 28/07/2017

Call for paper: Special Section @ Agrarian transformation in Thailand – commodities, landscapes, and livelihoods

Over the last two decades, there have been extensive discussions about the priorities and processes of agrarian and rural transformation in Thailand. The production and value systems surrounding agricultural transformation involves the overall restructuring of a subsistence-oriented economy to a market-oriented one. Agricultural households are increasingly prioritizing and becoming more dependent on intensive and specialized production of cash crops. Rural livelihoods are also relying more on off-farm income generated by local urban centers or remittances sent back from migrant workers. Although outmigration and the remittance economy has supported rural households, there are also other consequences, most evident in the scarcity and changing labor practices in agricultural sectors. This transformation is affecting rural society in perplexing ways, such as the decline in poverty rates, the increasing levels of economic differentiation, improving access to education, and the perceived withering of community solidarity. These trends of agrarian transformation reflexively interact with broader developments in Thai society, related to an increasing population, processes of urbanization, public policy interventions, natural resources limitations, and changing societal values.

Posted : 29/07/2017

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Appel à communication : Journée d’étude « diversité des transactions non marchandes et dynamiques des rapports sociaux en Asie du Sud-Est et à sa périphérie (Chine, Mondes indiens et himalayens) »

Appel à communication – deadline 10 décembre 2017

Le premier atelier se tiendra le vendredi 13 avril 2018, à l’EHESS, 54 bld Raspail, 75006, Paris, salle 737
   Nous organisons une journée d’étude sur le thème suivant « diversité des transactions non marchandes et dynamiques des rapports sociaux en Asie du Sud-Est et à sa périphérie (Chine, Mondes indiens et himalayens) ».
Cette première journée a pour objectif de discuter et reconsidérer nos matériaux ethnographiques à partir de nos terrains respectifs dans une perspective d’anthropologie économique et politique. Nous vous proposons plusieurs pistes de réflexion que vous trouverez dans l’appel ci-joint. Nous prévoyons, à partir de cette première journée, de poursuivre la réflexion sous forme d’ateliers, dont les thématiques seront élaborées à partir de nos échanges. Ces travaux seront publiés sous la forme d’un ouvrage collectif ou d’un numéro spécial de revue.
Le premier atelier se tiendra le vendredi 13 avril 2018, à l’EHESS, 54 bld Raspail, 75006, Paris, salle 737
Veuillez trouver en pièce jointe l’argumentaire de l’appel à communication
Si vous êtes intéressés, envoyez-nous une courte proposition avant le 10 décembre aux adresses suivantes : ; ;
Bien cordialement,
Vanina Bouté (Anthropologue, CASE – Université de Picardie)
Stephen Huard (Anthropologue, University of East Anglia-CASE)
Emmanuel Pannier (Anthropologue, IRD, Paloc-MNHN, CASE)AAC_Transaction non marchande-ASE

10th Biennial Association for Southeast Asian Cinemas Conference

Call for papers: 10th Biennial Association for Southeast Asian Cinemas Conference, July 23-26, 2018, Yogyakarta, Indonesia: The Politics of Faith, Spirituality, and Religion in Southeast Asian Cinemas

Deadline for the submission of abstracts : 30/10/2017

Possible topics include, but are by no means limited to:
  • Representation of religion, religious themes, and spirituality in cinema
  • Faiths, identity-based politics, sectarianism
  • Cinema as a vehicle for the adaptation and continual development of religious or traditional ideologies and systems of thought
  • Cinema as a mediator between religious and political authorities and the public
  • Cinematic reference to, or quotation of, traditional systems of belief and forms of expression
  • Cinema and Institutional investment in defining and promoting tradition
  • Faith/religion and reception, exhibition, distribution (ex. themed festivals)
  • Films as interventions into religious politics/cultures and sectarian politics
  • Faith/religion/spirituality, film, and consumer culture
  • Religion and censorship
  • Islamic themed films as a contemporary phenomena in Indonesia and Malaysia (and elsewhere)

Please send an abstract (max. 300 words) and short bio (max. 100 words) to: Katinka Van Heeren (, Patrick Campos (, and Sophia Harvey (

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InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi (2018)

Hanoi, Vietnam – September 19, 2014: View of people crossing the Huc Bridge in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Conference on InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi , 4-7/12/2018
Hosted by the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences

Organized by: Social Science Research Council InterAsia Program, Duke University Global Asia Initiative, Göttingen University Global and Transregional Studies Platform, the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong, Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, Seoul National University Asia Center, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, and Yale University – collectively the Organizers.

Request for Workshop Proposals

InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi is the sixth in a series of conferences showcasing innovative research from across the social sciences and related disciplines that explores themes that transform conventional understandings of Asia. Crossing traditional area studies boundaries and creating international and interdisciplinary networks of scholars working to theorize the intersection of the “global” and the “regional” in a variety of contexts, Asia is reconceptualized as a dynamic and interconnected historical, geographical, and cultural formation stretching from West Asia through Eurasia, South Asia and Southeast Asia, to East Asia.

The 2018 Hanoi conference—comprised of both closed, director-led thematic workshops and plenary sessions open across workshops and to the general public—will be structured to enable intensive “working group” interactions on specific research themes as well as broader interactions on topics of mutual interest and concern. Each workshop will have two directors with different institutional affiliations, preferably representing different disciplines.

Joint proposals are invited from faculty members at accredited universities and colleges in any world region who are interested in co-organizing and co-directing a thematic workshop that addresses one of the following broadly conceived workshop themes (click here to see full description of workshop themes):

  1. Sites of InterAsian Interaction
  2. Territorial Sovereignties and Historical Identities
  3. Transregional Religious Networks
  4. Environmental Humanities in Asia
  5. Rethinking Conceptual Frameworks for the Rise of Asian Cities
  6. Infrastructures and Networks

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Critical tourism studies – Asia-Pacific

Call for papers: Recentering Critical Tourism Studies, 4-6/03/2018, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Final deadline for abstract and panel submission : 15/10/2017

The Asia Pacific is one of the fastest growing regions in the world for both international and domestic tourism. The growth of this region has radically altered the global tourism landscape and contributed to new modes of tourism practice, while engendering a decentering of Anglo-Western centrism in tourism theory. In this inaugural conference of the Critical Tourism Studies Asia Pacific network (CTS-AP), we seek to draw attention to the multiple modalities and recenterings of critical tourism scholarship.

The aim of this conference is to stimulate new conversations that examine issues across tourism theory, policy and practice. By highlighting perspectives in and beyond the region, we address how the “center” of tourism scholarship is mediated by ongoing shifts in the global political economy, tourism geopolitics and environmental governance.

We seek to re-frame the centers and peripheries of critical tourism studies through focused and critical analyses of tourism ideologies, practices, and policies, bringing a particular interest to how they circulate transnationally, regionally and locally through complex and manifold interconnections within the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.

We welcome papers and presentations from scholars and practitioners that employ a critical approach to tourism studies. We anticipate the participation of practitioners, travel writers and tourism-focused scholars from across a range of disciplines such as anthropology, geography, sociology, political science, and cultural, environmental, women’s, area, and tourism studies.

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Supportive publications

Our academic journal partners may invite selected papers to be submitted for possible publication subject to the usual peer review process.

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Call for Proposals Southeast Asia Literature and Cultural Politics in the Diaspora

Call for Proposals

Southeast Asia Literature and Cultural Politics in the Diaspora

Deadline: September 21, 2017


March 29 – April 1, 2018

Web announcement:

Taking as the literary frame Southeast Asian literature in the diaspora, this seminar invite proposals that address the diaspora as the “dispersion” into many and multiple places. Following what Yen Espiritu calls “a relational comparative approach” that revolves around “critical juxtaposing” in Body Counts, the organizers seek proposals that explore diasporic literatures and cultural productions of Southeast Asia and deliver critiques of empire, neoliberalism, among others.

Proposals may be submitted via the ACLA portal by September 21, 2017, 9AM EST. Contact Catherine H. Nguyen ( and Hao Jun Tam for any questions.

Call for papers : Sacred Sites/Sacred Stories: Global Perspectives

Call for papers : Sacred Sites/Sacred Stories: Global Perspectives, 5-7 April 2018, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Abstract Deadline: 15 October 2017

The study of sacred sites is a prominent feature in a number of disciplines. Sacred sites and stories and pilgrimage are the theme of the conference. Topics of enquiry range from the role of sacred sites in religious traditions, through to how sacred sites form part of the development of modern tourist industries, the role of sacred sites in international relations and the ways in which sacred sites can be the focus for disputes. At a time when many sacred sites and their stories face challenges due to economic development, environmental change and the impact of mass pilgrimage and tourism the conference offers an opportunity for wide-ranging discussions of the past, present and future of sacred sites and stories and their significance in the world today.

The conference will have the following panels:

•    Pilgrimage and Tourism
•    Historical Perspectives
•    Visual Arts and Architecture
•    Indigenous Traditions
•    Competition and Contestation

We welcome proposals for paper presentations that address the theme of one of these panels. Individual papers that are relevant to the main theme but are not aligned with any of the proposed panel streams will also be considered for presentation.

Panel Proposals : while proposals for individual papers are welcome, applicants are also encouraged to collaborate with peers to propose panels of 3-4 papers that converge on a particular theme.

In view of the major role that Australia and the Asia Pacific region plays in national and international discussions about sacred sites and sacred stories we particularly welcome panels on Asian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Pacific perspectives on sacred sites. We also welcome papers covering a range of time frames, from pre-history to the contemporary era, and from all traditions and locations.

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Call for papers : International Federation for Theater Research-Asia 2018

Call for papers : International Federation for Theater Research-Asia 2018 : Bodies in/and Asian Theaters, 20-23 February 2018,  University of the Philippines Diliman

IFTR-Asia 2018 is now accepting abstract submissions.

Please remember: abstract submission closes on 15 September 2017

IFTR-Asia 2018’s website is:

The conference attempts to answer these general questions: What do we mean when we talk about bodies in Asian theatres and performances? What do we mean when we talk about Asian bodies in different performances outside the region? How does theatre affect the way we think about the bodies of Asians?

Possible sub-themes include but not limited to the following:

The Spectacularization of the Body in Asia
Performing Queer Asian Bodies
Performing Displaced Bodies
Gendered Bodies
Asian Bodies Recuperated
The Body as Medium
Asian Corporeality and/in Choreography
The Asian Body as Method

For details of these sub-themes, please visit:

IFTR-Asia 2018 is now accepting abstract submissions. As you prepare your abstract, please note the following:

1. Please make sure your abstract is related to the major theme Bodies in/and Asian Theatres or one of the sub-themes of the joint ATWG International Colloquium and IFTR Regional Conference.

2. Please limit your abstract to not more than 300 words. Otherwise, the system will not accept your submission.

3. Please submit a short bionote of not more than 150 words.

4. You will receive a confirmation email from the conference conveners as soon as your submission is received.

5. Announcement of successful submissions shall start on 2 October 2017.

To submit your abstract, please go to this link:…/1FAIpQLSeyCdzDSdpPugz6wK…/viewform


Call for papers : Reorienting Myanmar Studies in Myanmar, 5-6 february 2018, Departement of Historical Research and National Library, Yangon

Myanmar studies among international scholars and researchers over the recent decades have been based in universities and institutions outside of Myanmar. Understanding of Myanmar Studies primarily dwelled on social science in Myanmar. However, the scope of Myanmar Studies has been becoming widespread and developing into a variety of focuses in recent years. Today, diversity of views and ideas has been emerging due to the impact of democratization process followed by socio-economic and political changes in Myanmar. Thus, Myanmar Studies has become an umbrella term that can cover every disciplinary, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research focusing on Myanmar. With recent democratic and political liberalizations, it is the right time for the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to organize international conferences on Myanmar studies.

“Reorienting Myanmar Studies in Myanmar” is a conference which is expected to serve as a platform that encourages a new direction in local and foreign scholarships on Myanmar. Therefore, we may find new perspectives discussing newly-emerged researches, both local and foreign, on a variety of disciplines.
So, the conference welcomes research papers in any discipline under the category of Myanmar Studies.

Submission Guidelines
Please submit your Title, Abstract, and short Biography in MS Word Format as an attachment to an email addressed to not later than 15 September 2017.

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CALL FOR workshop PAPERS: Populism in Asia: Contours, Causes, Consequences

Call for workshop papers : Populism in Asia: Contours, Causes, Consequences, 15-16 November 2017, Monash University Malaysia

During the last few years, populism has gained widespread attention in the Western world. Populist tendencies in Asia, however, have been largely ignored. Apart from the volume by Mizuno/Pasuk (2009), the phenomenon has slipped academic attention so far. Yet in recent years, the success of a new « Islamic populism » in Indonesia and Turkey, the rise of populist-authoritarian strongmen such as Duterte in the Philippines and Prabowo in Indonesia illustrate the salience of the phenomenon in Asia. A two-day-workshop organized by Monash Malaysia’s School of Arts and Social Science and the German Institute of Global and Area Studies in Hamburg (GIGA) is exploring the issue of populist mobilization in Asia, its causes and consequences.

Altough the concept itself is fuzzy, recent scholarship has made some significant contributions to the understanding of populism. We follow a narrow definition of the concept and understand it as a mobilization strategy, which uses ideas that divide society into two homogenous and antagonistic camps : the « pure people » and the « corrupt elite » (Mudde 2004 ; Müller 2016). We can distinguish between classical, right-wing (ethno-nationalist), neoliberal and left-wing populism. Often, populism as a « thin ideology » is combined with elements of nationalism or socialism. The causes and effects of the rise of populist movements and parties are subject to intense debate : structuralist explanation such as economic insecurity, delayed modernization or uneven globalization stand next to culturalist assumptions, e. g. the cultural backlash thesis that is the « retro reaction by once-predominant sectors of the population to progressive value change (Inglehart/Norris  2016).

The workshop explores the following questions :

  1. How can we caracterize Asia’s emerging populism ?
  2. What are the root causes for the rise (or failure) of populists leaders/movements/parties ?
  3. How do populists mobilize their followers ?
  4. What are the effects of the rise of populists on foreign policy and domestic politics ?

Organizers :

Marco Bünte, Monash University Malaysia :

Andreas Ufen, GIGA, Hamburg : andreas.ufen@giga-hamburg.d

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Call for papers : Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference 2018

Call for papers : Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference 2018, 3-5 July 2018, Sydney Southeast Asia Centre

We are proud to host the 22nd biennial conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).

Co-organised by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, the China Studies Centre and the School of Languages and Culture, this conference will bring together academics from across the disciplines with a shared interest in Asia. The conference is open to scholars, students and community members wishing to share their research and hear about the latest developments in Asian Studies.

The theme for 2018, Area studies and beyond, builds upon the traditional interdisciplinary fields of research within Asian Studies and seeks to move beyond them, to celebrate the full breadth and depth of interest in Asia across all fields of research.

Call for papers

Proposal submissions are now open for panels, individual papers and workshops. The deadline for submissions is 1 November 2017.

We strongly encourage multi-country or multi-disciplinary representation, as well as gender balance and the inclusion of a combination of junior and senior scholars, in all proposals.

Conference committee members

  • Conference convenor: Professor Michele Ford, Sydney Southeast Asia Centre
  • Dr Elisabeth Kramer, Sydney Southeast Asia Centre
  • Professor Yingjie Guo, Chinese Studies
  • Dr Elizabeth Hill, South Asia Network
  • Dr Su-Kyoung Hwang, Korean Studies
  • Dr Tanya Jackimow, Development Studies (UNSW)
  • Ms Natali Pearson, Indonesian Studies
  • Dr Sandra Seno-Alday, International Business
  • Dr Matthew Stavros, Asian Studies
  • Associate Professor Rebecca Suter, Japanese Studies
  • Professor Luigi Tomba, China Studies Centre
  • Professor Adrian Vickers, Asian Studies

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