Call for Papers 2011 (DEADLINE: May 17, 2011)
40TH ANNUAL MID-ATLANTIC REGION ASSOCIATION FOR
ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
“Human Rights and Social Justice in Asia”
October 22-October 23, 2011
Human Rights and Social Justice in Asia is the theme for the next MAR/AAS
Conference, hosted by Princeton University. In addition to the theme, we encourage
participants to think about regional integration, transnational linkages, and Asia’s global
impact. We welcome panels and papers from any scholarly field that substantively
address topics related to the Asian region. We especially welcome papers on South and
To propose a panel or an individual paper, please complete the proposal forms at
The deadline for consideration is Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Questions may be directed to
the 2011 Program Co-Chairs:
Dr. Charles Desnoyers, LaSalle University [email@example.com]
Dr. A. Maria Toyoda, Villanova University [firstname.lastname@example.org]
or sent to midatlanticAAS@gmail.com
Paper acceptances and panel assignments will be completed by June 1, 2011.
In order to submit a proposal for the 2011 meeting, you should be a MAR/AAS member
in good standing, or submit a membership application at http://maraas.org
Annual membership is $20.00; student memberships are $10.00.
The deadline for conference pre-registration for presenters will be July 1, 2011. Preregistration
by this date is necessary if you wish your name to appear in the
program. The fees for pre-registration will be ($50.00 for current members, $60 for
non-members, $30 for current member students, and $35 for non-member students). After
the pre-registration deadline, the fees will increase by $10.00. Your paid registration for
the 2011 conference gives you the extra benefit of MAR/AAS membership for 2012.
Information regarding where to submit registrations, travel and lodging, and conference
events will be available at the MAR/AAS website: http://www.maraas.org.
The Conference Manager is Dr. David Leheny, East Asian Studies, Princeton University,
We welcome participation from faculty, graduate students, independent scholars, and
professionals, and especially encourage panels with innovative combinations of
individuals and fields. In order to encourage faculty to bring students to observe panels,
we will waive any registration fees for undergraduate students.
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