Posts tagged with 'CFPs'

Calls for Papers: September 21, 2015

CFP Invitation from Shan Windscript:
I propose setting up a panel for the AAS-in-Asia 2016 Conference in Kyoto, Japan, on the tentative theme, "Writing, Reading, and Revolution in Modern Asia", looking at the uses and functions of cultural text/expression in mass movements and/or wars in the Asian contexts.
My paper will be called Raising the Chinese New Men: How to Write a Diary in Mao’s New China, and will be about the teaching and propagation of diary-writing among ordinary people in modern Chinese history, with a focus on the Mao-era (i.e. the Cultural Revolution). 

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Calls for Papers: September 9, 2015

CFP: Networks and Negotiations: UCSB Graduate Student Conference on Premodern Japan, February 12-13, 2016
This conference aims to explore the relationships between individuals, institutions, polities, and frameworks in premodern Japan. With the theme of "networks and negotiations" in mind, we aim to expand our understanding of the construction and maintenance of complex connections between diverse groups and how they shaped the premodern history of Japan.

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Calls for Papers: August 17th, 2015

Call for Panelists: Cultural Responses to Japan's Lost Decades

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Calls for Papers: August 10, 2015

The Journal of Chinese History to be published by Cambridge Journals is accepting articles on all periods of Chinese history and all sub-disciplines of history. To appear in the first issue, an article needs to be submitted in the next five or six months. Thinking forward in time, we are also interested in special issues on important topics that cover lengthy periods of Chinese history.

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Calls for Papers: July 20, 2015

The 2015 annual meeting of the Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (WCAAS) will be held at the University Guest House and Conference Center, the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah on October 9-10.

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