Posts tagged with 'CFPs'

Call for Papers: July 4, 2016

CFP: Journal of American-East Asian Relations (Brill)

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Call for Papers: March 30, 2016

Submissions for the Journal of Chinese Humanities are now being accepted! The Journal of Chinese Humanities (JOCH) is an English-language extension of Wen Shi Zhe (Journal of Literature, History and Philosophy), one of Mainland China’s most respected humanities journals. JOCH focuses on presenting scholarly work on various aspects of China’s traditional culture and society. It is our goal to foster international dialogue on important issues in Chinese studies and provide a platform for academic exchange.

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Call for Papers: February 8, 2016

CFP Overseas Chinese and Global Port Cities volume of TCEA

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Call for Papers: February 1, 2016

CFP Asianists warmly invited to the biennial meeting of the Urban History Association in Chicago in October 2016
The Urban History Association would like to invite Asianists who study urban history to consider proposing a paper or panel for the biennial meeting of the Urban History Association focusing on the following themes: Urban Disasters, Department Stores, Soccer and the Space of the City, and the City within the transnational networks i.e. Atlantic World, Pacific Rim. Proposals are due on March 1st, 2016.

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Call for Papers: January 25, 2016

CFP Society for the History of Technology Collaborative Engineering/Women in Technological History (WITH) for a Prometheans/WITH Joint Workshop, to be held on the Sunday of the Singapore SHOT Annual Meeting, June 26, 2016 - deadline for proposals, February 22, 2016. For this workshop, we seek research papers that explore connections between gender/women's studies and the history of technology and engineering, all broadly defined. To propose a paper to be considered for this workshop, please send a one-page abstract (in .pdf format - maximum 500 words), plus a one-page short CV (in .pdf format) with current contact information, to both Amy Bix (abix@iastate.edu) and Ann Johnson (aj532@cornell.edu). 

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