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November 2016

9th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights

27 November, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 30 November, 2016 @ 5:00 pm

Source : http://apcrshr9vn.org/

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December 2016

The 5th Asian Academic Society International Conference: “Multidisciplinary Perspective of Local Wisdom: Past, Present, and Future of Asia”

Deadline for full paper submission: 23 March 2017 Conference Dates: 26-17 July 2017 Venue: The College of Local Administration (COLA) at Khon Kaen University (KKU), THAILAND Organizer: Perhimpunan Mahasiswa Indonesia di Thailand The 5th AASIC aims to provide the answer of complexity problem from sharing knowledge and experience among Asia countries through integrated research from many talented researchers. The aim will bring many benefits to support any policy makers in Universities, Governments, Non-Governmental Organizations, and many practical researchers who concern…

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January 2017

The 9th ASAE International Conference: Transformation in Agricultural and Food Economy in Asia

January 11 @ 8:00 am - January 13 @ 5:00 pm

The Asian Society of Agricultural Economists (ASAE) in cooperation with the Kasetsart University, the Thailand Development Research Institute and the Agricultural Economics Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage invite students, policymakers, professionals and specialists from development agencies and private industry to participate in the 9th ASAE International Conference. The Conference Program Committee is calling for papers that address various development issues and challenges related to transforming Asian agriculture and food economy. Sub-themes Rural transformation processes in Asia: experiences, lessons learned…

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March 2017

2017 ASEAN Symposium of Sociology: Sociology for Whom? Sociological Theory Building and Social Policy Making in Southeast Asia

March 2 @ 8:00 am - March 3 @ 5:00 pm

Sociology as a modern discipline have developed only recently since the 19th century with thick European and North American societal, philosophical, and historical change. After the end of World War II, sociology came to Southeast Asia through, both local and foreign, scholars educated in the western hemisphere and through states’ endorsement for positivistic development studies. Such background calls for questions concerning the universalistic nature of sociology and its course within the indigenous categories. There are two fundamental issues in Southeast…

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Vietnam and Korea as “Longue Durée” Subjects: Negotiating Tributary and Colonial Positions

March 3 @ 9:00 am - March 4 @ 5:00 pm
Hanoi, Viet Nam + Google Map

The conference Comparative studies are located at the heart of humanities and social science studies (Détienne 2000, Werner and Zimmermann 2004; Felsky & Friedman 2013), particularly in area studies (Anderson 1998, Lieberman 2009). In that field especially, implicit or explicit comparisons often determine certain conceptions of regional and sub-regional orders. For example, the study of East Asia is implicitly situated within a comparative approach to China and the Sinitic culture. What other “strange parallels” (Lieberman) could possibly be operational to…

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Lecturer Training on Teaching Human Rights

March 29 - April 1

Deadline of Submission: 23 February 2016 SHAPE SEA is pleased to call for participants to the Lecturer Training on Teaching Human Rights in collaboration with Mahidol University, Thailand. The training will develop lecturer skills and knowledge for teaching human rights at the undergraduate and graduate level. DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM: http://shapesea.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Application-form-Lecturer-training-on-HR-final.docx Source: http://shapesea.com/opportunities/calls/call-for-participants/  

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April 2017

RCSD Post Fieldwork Seminar: “The Roles of Migrants and Social Remittance in Traditional Festivals’ Practices in Za Yet Pyin Village, Rakhine State, Myanmar”

About the topic: This presentation aims to highlight migration phenomenon in perspective of study in traditional festivals as well as migration effect on traditional practices of the sending community. Moreover, it is going to spotlight what is happening in traditional festivals after happening massive flow of young migration. Throughout this presentation, the speaker will talk and share her research experience base on the data conducted from the remote research site- “Za Yet Pyin village”, the Rakhine village located in Ramree…

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International Seminar on Women Ulama “Amplifying Women Ulama’s Voices, Asserting Values of Islam, Nationhood and Humanity”

April 25 - April 27

The term “ulama” is often associated with male. In fact, “ulama” can be applied to both female and male, which are characterized by: a) holding strong knowledge on Islamic studies; b) understanding and implementing prophetic roles in expanding universal values of religion as rahmatan lil alamin (Blessing for the whole universe), c) care of social issues, d) promote critical thinking in tradition, e) being agent of changes with more constructive and evaluative way. In Indonesia, the role of female ulama…

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May 2017

The UP Visayas International Conference on Intangible Heritage Call for Papers, Exhibits, and Performances

Source: http://www.upv.edu.ph/index.php/25-announcements/353-the-up-visayas-international-conference-on-intangible-heritage-call-for-papers-exhibits-and-performances

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Seminar and Workshop on Hindu Art in Southeast Asia

May 27 - June 1

Deadline of Submission: 10 March 2017 This seminar and workshop programme will focus on the essence of Hinduism and the localization of Hindu art forms and living traditions in Southeast Asia. It will be held in Bali, home to the largest living Hindu community in the region. Led by expert scholars and practitioners from Southeast Asia and India, activities will include lectures on Hindu arts, practices and beliefs, iconography and mythology, hands-on workshops on music and dance, and field trips to…

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