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December 2017

Forced Migration and Refugee Studies: Issues and Shifting Paradigms

5 December, 2017 - 7 December, 2017

One of the most devastating social disasters that the world has been facing over the past few decades is human displacement and refugee crisis. Owing to causes such as foreign invasion, political oppression, ethnic cleansing, civil war and famine the rate of human displacement and cross-border refugee influx has accelerated with alarming speed.   Source: http://www.iium.edu.my

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January 2018

Call for Papers – Gendered Violence Conference

January 3 - January 10

Date: 10-12 May 2018 Location: The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia   Call for Papers Conference on Gendered Violence Across Time and Space: The Netherlands East Indies, Indonesia, East Timor (Timor-Leste)   To be convened by Dr Ana Dragojlovic, Dr Hannah Loney and Associate Professor Katharine McGregor   Across time and space Indonesian, Dutch and East Timorese people have been included to different degrees in versions of the modern nation state today known as Indonesia. From the Dutch colonial period…

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February 2018

Call for Papers: Conference, “Reorienting Myanmar Studies in Myanmar”

Myanmar studies among international scholars and researchers over the recent decades have been based in universities and institutions outside of Myanmar. Understanding of Myanmar Studies primarily dwelled on social science in Myanmar. However, the scope of Myanmar Studies has been becoming widespread and developing into a variety of focuses in recent years. Today, diversity of views and ideas has been emerging due to the impact of democratization process followed by socio-economic and political changes in Myanmar. Thus, Myanmar Studies has…

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March 2018

SEA Studies Symposium 2018 – Call for Panels and Papers

March 22 - March 24
Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Indonesia
Depok, Indonesia
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“What is Southeast Asia? Exploring Uniqueness and Diversity” 22–24 March 2018 at Universitas Indonesia in collaboration with School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia Indonesia Environmental Scientists Association   Project Southeast Asia invites proposals for Panels and Papers for the 7th Annual Southeast Asian Studies Symposium at Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Universitas Indonesia, from 22-24 March 2018. You will find detailed instructions for submissions, and more detailed information about the conference below. If you have any questions, please email christianne@projectsoutheastasia.com.…

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Intercultural Engagement in the Asia-Pacific Community

March 31

Deadline to submit an abstract is March 31, 2018. Venue: HONOLULU, HAWAII   If you are interested in participating in the program as a presenter, please ­submit your ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM by March 31, 2018.  Paper presentations should be related to the conference theme, “Intercultural Engagement in the Asia-Pacific Community” and to one of the following sub-themes:   Negotiating Inter-generational Cultural Differences What is/How Do We Achieve Common Prosperity in the Asia-Pacific Community? Reducing Conflict, Enhancing Cooperation and Promotion of a…

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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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July 2018

Graduate Studies in the Disruptive Society: Innovation in Human Rights, Development Studies, and Resource Politics

Deadline : June 7th,2018 Event Timing: July 12th-13th, 2018 Event Address: Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand Contact us at maidschula@gmail.com   Call for papers ! MAIDS program with BMIR Program and Institue of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University is arranging international conference on "Graduate Studies in the Disruptive Society: Innovation in Human Rights, Development Studies, and Resource Politics" on 12-13 July 2018 at Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University. Abstract submission before this June 8th, 2018. Click here to submit…

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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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September 2018

South East Asia Forum on Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals

September 11 - September 12
Bangkok, Thailand, Bangkok
Bangkok, Thailand
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The 2030 Agenda and the SDGs embody the strategic vision and aspirations of all countries for the future of development and its implementation will require comprehensive actions at the global, regional and sub-regional levels, as indicated in General Assembly Resolution 70/1 on Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The “2nd South-East Asia Forum on Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals” provides a unique opportunity to share perspectives on “Empowering people and ensuring inclusiveness and equality,” the theme…

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The AAS-in-Asia Conferences

September 14 - September 19

Description The AAS-in-Asia conferences are intended to be smaller size conferences than the typical AAS Annual Conferences. This conference gives our members and others interested in Asian Studies, who are unable to attend the Annual Conferences held in North America, the opportunity to participate in panel sessions and network with colleagues in a more intimate setting. Although smaller in size, these conferences include the same exciting features as the Annual Conference including sessions, keynote speakers, book exhibits and receptions. Each…

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