Results for category: AAS-in-Asia

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8th AAS-in-Asia Conference to be Held in Daegu, Korea

The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) and Kyungpook National University (KNU) have signed a memorandum of understanding to partner on the 8th AAS-in-Asia conference. The conference will take place on the KNU campus in Daegu, Korea, from June 24 to 27, 2023. First held in 2014, AAS-in-Asia conferences feature panel sessions and roundtables, a keynote […]

The Association for Asian Studies Seeks Co-host for 8th AAS-in-Asia Conference

July 30, 2021 The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) seeks an institutional partner to co-host the 8th AAS-in-Asia conference in the summer of 2023 and early expressions of interest for a conference in summer 2024. The event will be a three-day academic conference consisting of 700-1,000 participants. Academic and scholarly institutions in Asia are eligible […]

The Association for Asian Studies Seeks Co-host for 8th AAS-in-Asia Conference

March 5, 2021 The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) seeks an institutional partner to co-host the 8th AAS-in-Asia conference in the summer of 2022. The event will be a three-day academic conference consisting of 700-1,000 participants. Academic and scholarly institutions in Asia are eligible to submit a proposal. The Association for Asian Studies Founded in […]

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 […]

Thoughts on the Future of AAS-in-Asia

With this first blog of my Presidential tenure, I would like to express my gratitude for your support and confidence in electing me to this position. Coming into the Presidency of the Association in these deeply troubled geo-political times has been very challenging, and I will need your support and participation more than ever. What […]

AAS-in-Asia Survey: Summary of Results

In April 2019, the AAS officers composed a survey regarding the AAS-in-Asia conferences as a way to measure member attitudes toward the continuation of these meetings. The survey was sent on April 24 via email blast to all AAS members who have opted in to member communications (6,001 recipients), with a reminder message on May […]

Brief Summary of Academic Climate in Thailand

AAS-in-Asia presents an opportunity for scholars of Asia based in Asia and around the globe to share their research with one another and, in the process, to learn about the constraints under which scholars operate in various countries. The next AAS-in-Asia conference will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, July 1-4, 2019. Accordingly, the AAS officers […]

“My Paper Was Turned Down. Should I Take It Personally?”

This is a revised and updated version of Laurel Kendall’s President’s Column from the Fall 2016 issue of the AAS E-Newsletter. The carefully crafted panel submission, a summation of hot-breaking research, the anticipation of a lively intellectual exchange … and then the rejection message, “owing to the number of high-quality submissions and the limitations of […]

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