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June 2018

Queer Asia Conference 2018: Bodies X Borders

June 29

Abstract submission deadline: 30th December 2017 Applicants will hear by February 2018 Conference Date: 29 June, 2018 (tentative) 1 In Asia and beyond, queer identities and lived experiences offer unprecedented opportunities to challenge dominant ways of living, being, and knowing. The third edition of the ‘Queer’ Asia conference charts new dialogues on burgeoning questions around bodies and borders, with their attendant biopolitics. How are queer lives being managed and manoeuvred? How do they intersect and intervene with the realities and…

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August 2018

International Conference: “Population and Social Policy in a Disrupted World”

Deadline:  27th May 2018 Duration: 6th Augusts 2018 Venue: Yogyakarta Organizer: Universitas Gadjah Mada   This conference aims to discuss the nexus of population and social policy in the current situation, where the world is shifting owing to the development of information technology and globalised governance. The conference terms this a 'disrupted world', where public services and economic activities have shifted and service providers and economic actors have tended to use digital devices rather than employ conventional non-digital ones. This has not only…

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October 2018

HIV/Aids in Southeast Asia

October 25 @ 9:00 am - October 26 @ 7:00 pm

Deadline: 15th June 2018 Summary HIV/AIDS in Southeast Asia (AIDS–SEA) is an interdisciplinary and intercultural colloquium that will explore the diverse processes by which HIV/AIDS is constructed as a cultural phenomenon. This colloquium is interested in the ways in which cultural texts in Southeast Asia represent, negotiate, and mediate the epidemic by creating meanings impacting health, illness, sexuality, and identity politics. How is HIV/AIDS represented in film, television, photography, music, literature, the visual arts, performance, and other cultural texts? How…

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