The CU East Asian Graduate Association (CUEAGA) announces its Sixth Annual Graduate Student Conference, entitled, "Transmissions and Transformations," on March 4-6, 2005 at the University of Colorado at Boulder campus. Keynote speakers are Professor Michael Nylan (UC-Berkeley, Chinese History) and Assistant Professor Marcia Yonemoto (CU-Boulder, Japanese History).
CUEAGA is currently accepting paper proposals. Email your proposal (up to 300 words) to the e-mail address below by January 15, 2005. Proposals are invited from disciplines relating to East Asia (China, Japan, and Korea) including Anthropology, Geography, History, Journalism, Linguistics, Literature, Political Science, Religious Studies, Sociology, and Women's Studies.
Those whose proposals are accepted should submit their full paper no later than February 25, 2005. Presenters will be grouped into panels according to general topics (i.e., Literature, Political Science, etc.) and have twenty minutes to present their paper. Panels for March 5th and 6th will be chaired by a university faculty member specializing in East Asia.
The CUEAGA conference is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to share and discuss their work with peers in a scholastic environment, meet our two historians working within the field, and enjoy the beginnings of a Boulder spring.
We look forward to reading your proposals.
CUEAGA Conference Planning Committee
Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations
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