Results for tag: 2024 Annual Conference

AAS 2024 Annual Conference Resolution of Thanks

The Board of Directors of the Association for Asian Studies, AAS Secretariat staff, and I would like to thank individuals and groups who contributed to the 2024 Annual Conference in Seattle. We are thrilled that 3,138 attendees (including 754 students), exhibitors, and staff joined us in Seattle. So many people and organizations helped to make […]

AAS 2024 Prizes

Prizes for Books and Scholarship East and Inner Asia Council Joseph Levenson Prize (China, pre-1900) Susan Naquin, Gods of Mount Tai: Familiarity and the Material Culture of North China, 1000–2000 (Brill) Honorable mention: Christian de Pee, Urban Life and Intellectual Crisis in Middle-Period China, 800–1100 (Amsterdam University Press) Honorable mention: Lawrence Zhang, Power for a […]

Come See “The Latehomecomer” at AAS 2024

Please join the Association for Asian Studies as we partner with Literature to Life to bring a special performance of The Latehomecomer to our 2024 Annual Conference in Seattle. Saturday, March 16, 2024Doors open: 5:00pmShow begins: 5:30pm Sheraton Grand Seattle1400 6th AvenueSeattle, Washington 98101 All registered conference participants receive complimentary access to The Latehomecomer—your badge […]

AsiaNow Speaks with AAS 2024 Keynote Speaker Tanika Sarkar

In March 2024, we look forward to welcoming Tanika Sarkar as the AAS 2024 Annual Conference keynote speaker. With support from the Harvard-Yenching Institute, Dr. Sarkar will join us in Seattle for her talk, “Between State and Faith: Colonial Personal Laws and the Triumph of Indian Cultural Nationalism,” on Thursday, March 14 at 5:00pm at […]

AAS 2024: Call for Late-Breaking Sessions

The AAS 2024 Annual Conference Program Committee welcomes proposals for Late-Breaking Sessions, to be held either during our online conference (March 1) or at the in-person meeting in Seattle (March 14-17). All proposals must be submitted by January 18, 2024 at 11:59pm Eastern Time. The AAS will accept no more than three (3) Late-Breaking Sessions […]

AAS 2024 — Call for Mentors

Apply by December 15, 2023 January 3, 2024 to become a Conference Mentor at AAS 2024 next March!* The AAS Conference Mentor Program connects early career Asianists with advanced scholars, teachers, and professionals to both build their professional network and seek advice and informal guidance within a structured setting.  Mentors will lead an open-ended discussion […]

AAS 2024 — Call for Session Chairs

The AAS Program Committee seeks session chairs for the 2024 Annual Conference. Please consider volunteering as a chair for an Individual Paper Session. Volunteer session opportunities are available only for the in-person conference in Seattle. The Program Committee is responsible for creating sessions for individually submitted papers accepted to the program. Serving as a chair […]

Call for Papers: Urban Inequality and Rights to the City in Southeast Asia

Rising Voices in Southeast Asian Studies — SEAC/AAS Initiative Association for Asian Studies 2024 Annual Conference (AAS2024 @ Seattle) Submission deadline: July 15, 2023 The Southeast Asia Council (SEAC) of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) is seeking paper proposals from up-and-coming scholars – including graduate students – to join a “Rising Voices” panel on the […]