The Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Literature is currently issuing a call for papers. The Journal, which is published biannually, is open to the public, and welcomes submissions from both domestic and overseas scholars. The Journal initiates the peer review process upon receipt of the manuscript, and it takes an average of 3 months to complete the review process. For more details regarding the Journal and the format required for submitted manuscripts, please consult the attached file.
2015 ASTR Workshop: Some theatre scholarship has recently turned to transnationalism to conceptualize the border-crossing trajectories, non-state affiliations, inter-regional cross-pollinations, and global diasporic, minority, hybrid, and fluid identifications of performers and performances, particularly in the context of twenty-first-century globalization.
The Department of Languages and Cultures of Ghent, Hokkaido University, Freie Universität Berlin and Free University of Brussels welcome papers for the international symposium «Emotionalizing the nation: Conflicting narratives in Japanese food identities», to be held from July 1 to July 3 2015 in Ghent. The presented papers in Ghent should be 20-25 minutes and submissions should include: (1) Abstract of paper, 300 words maximum in a word document (2) Full name, title, affiliation, and contact details of presenter(s). Submissions should be sent by email by the deadline of May 15 2