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#AsiaNow Speaks with Ananya Chakravarti

Ananya Chakravarti is Associate Professor of History, Georgetown University and author of The Empire of Apostles: Religion, Accommodatio and the Imagination of Empire in Early Modern Brazil and India, published by Oxford University Press and recipient of an honorable mention for the 2020 AAS Bernard S. Cohn Book Prize. To begin with, please tell us […]

AAS Conference Connection: 4 Weeks ‘Til Boston

Welcome to your latest AAS Conference Connection news.  Conference Registration JOIN the 3000+ scholars, students, librarians, and more who have already pre-registered and plan to meet in Boston, March 19-22 for the AAS Annual Conference. Pre-Registration rates expire TODAY, February 18, 2020. Register now to save. Late-registration fees will take effect on February 19, 2020.    Conference Hotel Additional rooms have been […]

AAS 2020 Prizes

The AAS is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s prize competitions and offer congratulations to all honorees. We encourage everyone to attend the Awards Ceremony at the upcoming AAS annual conference in Boston, MA on Friday, March 20, where the award winners will be recognized and receive citations. Book Prizes Joseph Levenson Pre-1900 […]

February 2020 AAS Member News & Notes

#AAS2020 News A reminder to lock in a lower rate and pre-register for the AAS 2020 Annual Conference in Boston by February 18. There are still rooms available in our blocks at the official conference hotels, so reserve yours today. Secure on-site childcare in advance by signing up your little one for this new service, […]

AAS Statement on Academic Conditions in India

The Association for Asian Studies expresses its grave concern about a series of sustained challenges to academic freedom in India. Students and scholars throughout the country are at risk, and conditions for academic inquiry and collaboration are rapidly deteriorating. In August 2019, the Government of India unilaterally repealed Kashmir’s semi-autonomous status, as embodied in Article […]

Conference Connection: 6 Weeks ‘Til #AAS2020 in Boston!

Welcome to your latest AAS Conference Connection news.  Conference Hotel Don’t forget to book your hotel room at our conference headquarters, Sheraton Boston Hotel. Availability for Tuesday and Wednesday arrivals is limited. Additional overflow rooms are available at the Marriott Copley Place Hotel and the Hilton Back Bay Boston Hotel. The AAS discounted conference rates and hotel-booking […]

AAS-in-Asia 2020 Call for Proposals Now Open

The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) and The International Academic Forum (IAFOR) are now accepting proposals for the 2020 AAS-in-Asia conference, to be held June 29-July 1, 2020 in Kobe, Japan. The AAS-in-Asia Program Committee welcomes proposals for organized panel sessions and roundtables. Individual papers will not be considered. Organized panels consist of formal paper […]

“Production, Circulation, and Accumulation”: Andrew Liu on the Historiographies of Capitalism in China and South Asia

This is Number 4 in the “JAS Author Interviews” series at #AsiaNow. Click here to see all posts in the series. Andrew B. Liu is Assistant Professor of History at Villanova University and author of “Production, Circulation, and Accumulation: The Historiographies of Capitalism in China and South Asia,” published in the November 2019 issue of […]

January 2020 AAS Member News & Notes

Nominate yourself or a colleague for the 2020 Hamako Ito Chaplin Memorial Award for Excellence in Japanese Language Teaching. This annual prize honors an outstanding graduate student or instructor teaching Japanese at the college level and carries with it a $1,000 award. All nomination materials are due to Selection Committee Chair Priya Ananth by January […]

Traces of Trauma: An Interview with Boreth Ly

Boreth Ly is Associate Professor of Southeast Asian Art History and Visual Culture at the University of California, Santa Cruz and author of Traces of Trauma: Cambodian Visual Culture and National Identity in the Aftermath of Genocide, recently published by University of Hawai’i Press. To begin with, please tell us what your book is about. […]

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