ASPAC is pleased to announce its 2015 conference to be hosted at the Stockton campus of the University of the Pacific in Northern California. Panels and individual papers in all fields and disciplines are welcomed, especially those that address the theme, "Transnational Asias." Graduate students are encouraged to participate and submit a paper for the Mori-ASPAC Prize.
‘Race, Mobility and Imperial Networks’ will be a multi-disciplinary conference co-hosted by RMIT University and La Trobe University. In the wake of the transnational turn, we have begun to appreciate the global networks that produced and continue to produce imperial spaces. The world of the Pacific Rim, encompassing the Pacific Islands, Australia, New Zealand and British Columbia; the Americas and Asia was partly defined by mobility, ocean-crossings and forced migration.
Graduate students (and qualified undergraduates) are invited to submit abstracts for the 24th Annual Columbia Graduate Student Conference on East Asia. This two-day conference -- the oldest of its kind in the nation -- provides students from institutions around the world with the chance to meet and share research in progress with their peers.
The KFLC is proud to open sessions devoted to the presentation of scholarly research in the area of East Asian Studies. Paper presentations are 20 minutes followed by a 10-minute question & answer session.