Two Conference Experiences
Choose your path: in-person, virtual, or both!
Two schedules of live events. Two different sets of concurrent sessions. Two ways to connect with and be inspired by your peers. The choice is yours. Attend both to maximize your experience!
The AAS2023 Annual Conference will have both an in-person and virtual component. The virtual component will take place online February 17-18. The in-person conference will take place March 16-19 in Boston at the Hynes Convention Center and the Boston Sheraton hotel. Sessions and special events will be scheduled for both components. Attendees registered to attend the conference in Boston will also have access to the virtual component.
Anyone interested in the study of Asia should not miss this must-attend conference:
University Faculty & Administrators • Librarians • Graduate Students • Journalists Museum Staff • Publishers & Editors • Independent Scholars & Researchers • Think Tank Teams
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CALL FOR APPLICANTS! The Taiwan-US Policy Program is planning to return to in-person in February 2023 🤞and include Europeans. We're now transatlantic! The program will take place in DC and visit 3 cities in Taiwan. Open to young professionals ages 29-43. https://twitter.com/GMFAsia/status/1558092367034556416
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Join @BonnieGlaser for the two-part (DC/Taiwan), in-person program from Feb. 14-27, 2023.
For program & eligibility details and to apply: https://www.gmfus.org/taiwan-us-policy-program
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