CALL for PAPERS
Deadline Extension until May 11, 2012
ASPAC, The Association for Asian Studies, Pacific announces an extended call for papers for the 2012 Conference at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington between the 15th and 17th of June, 2012.
This year’s conference themes are
1. Asia at the End of History: Beginnings, Ends, and Transformations
A multi-disciplinary exploration of the significance of Asia’s role in the world at the alleged “omega point” of 2012.
2. Christian Asia
A recognition of the combined heritages of Asian civilization and modern Christian missions throughout the Asian world.
At ASPAC 2012, we want to explore twenty-first-century world transformation from as many perspectives as possible. Aside from the obvious religious, psychological, sociological, literary, cinematic, artistic, mythic, and historical elements of the 2012 phenomenon, we are encouraging the submission of papers dealing with global finance, commerce, economics, and technology as well.
We are expecting this to be an unusually diverse and interesting conference. Please join us in Spokane for a world-transforming event.
Eric Cunningham, Associate Professor
Department of History
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