Call for Papers 2013
42ND ANNUAL MID-ATLANTIC REGION ASSOCIATION FOR
ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE AT UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
“Asia’s Global Intersections”
November 1-3, 2013
Asia’s Global Intersections is the theme for the next MAR/AAS Conference, hosted by University of Delaware. In addition to the theme, we encourage participants to think about regional integration, transnational linkages, and Asia’s global impact. Although MAR/AAS encourages submissions related to this year’s theme, we welcome submissions from any scholarly field that substantively address topics related to the Asian region. We especially welcome papers on South and Southeast Asia. This year, we encourage:
• individual papers
• wholly constituted panels
• workshops on specific topics
• poster session presentations
Proposals for any of the above formats can be submitted at http://www.maraas.org
The deadline for submissions is Sunday, June 2, 2013. Questions may be directed to the Program Chair, Dr. Valerian DeSousa, West Chester University of Pennsylvania [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Review of all submissions will be completed by June 30, 2013.
In order to submit a proposal for the 2013 meeting, you should be a MAR/AAS member in good standing, or submit a membership application at http://www.maraas.org
Annual membership is $20.00 with student memberships at $10.00.
The deadline for conference pre-registration for presenters is July 1, 2013. Pre-registration by this date is necessary if you wish your name to appear in the program. The cost of registration is $85.00 ($45.00 for graduate students) and includes a one year membership to MAR/AAS. After the pre-registration deadline, the fees will increase by $10.00. You can register online and get all the other information regarding travel and lodging, and conference events at the MAR/AAS website http://www.maraas.org
The Conference Manager is Dr. Rachael Hutchinson, Assistant Professor of Japanese, University of Delaware [email@example.com]
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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