Back to normal?: continuity and crisis in Southeast Asian Studies
September 8 –10 2022 | Online via Zoom
Post-pandemic for some, but not for others, we invite those engaged in the study of Southeast Asia to take a moment for collective reflection. What is the future of Southeast Asian Studies? What were the problems with ‘normal’ and who is interested in returning to it? What kind of futures might be possible for Southeast Asian Studies?
(Forced) Migration, Integration and Social Change: International and European Perspectives
( Zoom sessions:2 days-Virtual platform:5 days)
2022 CAORC-INYA Scholars Fellowship Program for U.S. Postgraduate Scholars conducting Research Work on Myanmar/Burma in a Third Country
Fellowship awards from $3,200 to $4,000 for a maximum of 3 months
MLA 2023: Do We Need National Literatures?
The MLA European Regions forum welcomes reflections and arguments on the uses, abuses, and value of the national literature model in Humanities research and education. Papers to be presented at the 2023 MLA Convention in San Francisco, January 5-8, 2023. Please send title and 200-word abstract by March 28, 2022, to Benjamin Paloff (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Short book (100-150 pages) manuscripts are invited for the Asian Studies Collection, Lived Places Publishing, a new generation publishing based in New York and the U.K. This book series aims to increase our understanding of Asians in the world and the students of the world’s understanding of Asia. Our exploration of the people of Asia includes the Asian- and Indo-Pacific and the Asian Arctic regions. Books in the Asian Studies Collection will explore stories of people’s experiences in Asia through lived places, tangible and intangible, and a multitude of angles and perspective.
Network of Oromo Studies
IMAGINING NORTH-EASTERN EUROPE
Baltic and Scandinavian states in the eyes of local, regional, and global observers
Edited by Paolo Borioni, Deborah Paci, and Francesco Zavatti