AAS Digital Dialogues

AAS Digital Dialogues are online webinars on issues related to professional development and the field of Asian Studies. All AAS Members enjoy free registration for live Digital Dialogue sessions, which include the opportunity to ask questions of speakers. Non-members may view webinar recordings, which are posted at the AAS website and added to the association’s Vimeo channel following the event.

If you would like to propose an AAS Digital Dialogues topic, please contact Digital Media Manager Maura Elizabeth Cunningham, mcunningham@asianstudies.org.


Upcoming AAS Digital Dialogues

Preparing Your Book Proposal

August 5, 2020, 7:00pm Eastern Time

Allison Alexy, a cultural anthropologist focused on Japan; Stephanie Chun, an acquisitions editor at the University of Hawai’i Press; and Sungyun Lim, a historian of Korea, will discuss how to craft a book proposal for an academic press. LEARN MORE

Past AAS Digital Dialogues

Preparing Your #AAS2021 Proposal

June 24, 2020, 3:00pm Eastern Time

AAS 2021 Program Committee Chair Brian Hatcher, past Program Committee Member Miriam Kingsberg Kadia, and Conference Manager Robyn Jones review the Call for Proposals process and explain how the Program Committee carries out its work. WATCH EVENT VIDEO

Asian Studies and Black Lives Matter

July 22, 2020, 7:00pm Eastern Time

AAS President Christine Yano moderates a discussion among scholars William H. Bridges IV, Keisha A. Brown, Yasmine Krings, and Marvin D. Sterling about how we can address concerns regarding diversity in Asian Studies programs and research. WATCH EVENT VIDEO

Meet Your Council: CIAC Open House

July 31, 2020, 6:00pm Eastern Time

Join members of the China & Inner Asia Council for an informational meeting about what the council does, the structure of AAS governance, and how members might get involved in CIAC. LEARN MORE

AAS Digital Dialogues are made possible with generous support from the Henry Luce Foundation.

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