Results for tag: Announcement

Call for Applications: Editor, AAS Asia Shorts Book Series

The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) is searching for a new Editor for its Asia Shorts book series. Asia Shorts (a short-title series launched in 2018) advances important original research on Asia, brings leading scholarship on Asia to audiences beyond the academy, and supports teaching and learning in Asian Studies. The AAS publications program has […]

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Fall 2020 AAS Election Results

The Fall 2020 AAS elections have concluded, and we are pleased to provide the results in each category. Over 30 percent of the AAS membership voted, an increase of nearly 10 percent over last year’s participation. Newly elected representatives will take office immediately after the upcoming AAS 2021 Virtual Annual Conference in March. We congratulate […]

Luce Foundation Awards Association for Asian Studies $60,000 in Support of Global Asias Initiatives

The Association for Asian Studies is pleased to announce that we have received a $60,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support valuable programming and create content relevant to a new initiative in Asian Studies. The funded project, “TOWARD GLOBAL ASIAS: Bridging Asian and Asian American Studies and Exploring Afro-Asian Affinities,” represents tangible efforts […]

Welcome to the New AAS Member Portal

Dear Association for Asian Studies Community, We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new AAS member portal: This new platform offers a more intuitive, user-friendly interface for AAS members and provides us with the flexibility to grow in the future. We invite you to log in now. First, Reset Your Password or […]

Call for Proposals: Workshop on New Threats to Academic Freedom in Asia

Workshop on New Threats to Academic Freedom in Asia An Association for Asian Studies project supported by the Open Society Foundations Updated January 4, 2021: The application deadline has been extended from January 6 to January 20, 2021. The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) is calling for research proposals on the theme of academic censorship […]

Anna Leon Shulman and Frank Joseph Shulman Announce Their Retirement from the Bibliography of Asian Studies

We regret to share the news that Anna Leon Shulman, editor of the Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS), and Frank Joseph Shulman, BAS associate editor, have informed the Association for Asian Studies that they will retire on December 31, 2020. Anna and Frank Shulman have dedicated a combined 85 years of service to the BAS, […]

AAS Fall 2020 Election Nominees

Vice President Nominees Represented Area: South Asia Kamran Asdar Ali Current position: Professor                                Institution/Affiliation: University of Texas, AustinDiscipline: AnthropologyCountry or area(s) of interest: South Asia, PakistanSpecialization: Gender, Sexuality, Popular Culture, Labor History, Urban Studies Publications “On Female Friendships and Anger.” In Vazira Zamindar, Asad Ali, eds. Love, War, and Other Longings: Emergent Cinema in Pakistan. Karachi: Oxford University […]

AAS 2020 Prizes

The AAS is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s prize competitions and offer congratulations to all honorees. Book Prizes Joseph Levenson Pre-1900 Book Prize (China) Lara Blanchard, Song Dynasty Figures of Longing and Desire: Gender and Interiority in Chinese Painting and Poetry (Brill) Citation: Lara C. W. Blanchard’s Song Dynasty Figures of Longing […]

Call for Applications: Editor, Journal of Asian Studies

The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) is searching for a new Editor for its flagship journal. The Journal of Asian Studies (JAS) publishes the very best empirical and multidisciplinary work on Asia, spanning the arts, history, literature, the social sciences, and cultural studies. Experts around the world turn to this quarterly journal for the latest in-depth […]

AAS 2019 Election Results

The fall 2019 AAS elections have concluded, and we are pleased to provide the results in each category. Approximately 22% of the membership voted, slightly down from last year’s 29% participation. Newly elected representatives will take office immediately after the upcoming Annual Conference in Boston next March. We congratulate the winners and thank all candidates […]

AAS Fall 2019 Election Nominees

We are pleased to announce the slate of candidates for the fall 2019 AAS elections. The online ballot will open in September, and all current AAS Members will receive an email with instructions for accessing it. Election day (when the ballot is closed and votes counted) will be in early November. Newly elected representatives will […]

Save the Date: AAS-in-Asia 2019

The Association for Asian Studies is pleased to announce that the next AAS-in-Asia conference will be held in Bangkok, Thailand on July 1-4, 2019 at the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel along the banks of the Chao Phraya River. Please mark these dates on your calendar. The Call for Proposals will open in early September, and the deadline for panel proposals will […]

2018 AAS Election Slate of Candidates

We are pleased to announce the slate of candidates for the fall 2018 AAS elections. Candidates’ biographical data will be posted on the AAS website later in the summer and the online ballot activated in September. Election day (when the ballot is closed and votes counted) will be in early November. Newly elected representatives will […]

AAS 2018 Book Prize Winners

The AAS is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s book prize competitions and offer congratulations to the authors and presses. We encourage everyone to attend the Awards Ceremony at the upcoming AAS annual conference in Washington, D.C. on Friday, March 23, where the authors will be recognized and receive citations. Joseph Levenson Pre-1900 […]

AAS 2017 Election Results

Thanks to all the AAS Members who voted in this year’s election! We are pleased to announce the results: Vice President Prasenjit Duara (Duke University) China and Inner Asia Council Tobie Meyer-Fong (Johns Hopkins University) Anne Gerritsen (Warwick University, UK) Jack Chen (University of Virginia) Northeast Asia Council Akiko Takenaka (University of Kentucky) Hwansoo Kim […]

List of JAS Articles Identified for Blocking—But Not Blocked—in China

On August 18, 2017, the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) was informed that Chinese authorities had requested Cambridge University Press (CUP) remove 94 Journal of Asian Studies (JAS) articles and book reviews from its website in the People’s Republic of China.* The AAS and CUP refused that request, and no JAS articles or book reviews […]