{"id":27835,"global_id":"www.cseashawaii.org?id=27835","global_id_lineage":["www.cseashawaii.org?id=27835"],"author":"22","status":"publish","date":"2017-11-29 14:02:24","date_utc":"2017-11-30 00:02:24","modified":"2017-12-05 11:37:28","modified_utc":"2017-12-05 21:37:28","url":"http:\/\/www.cseashawaii.org\/event\/2018-spas-graduate-student-conference-on-asian-studies\/","rest_url":"http:\/\/www.cseashawaii.org\/wp-json\/tribe\/events\/v1\/events\/27835","title":"2018 SPAS Graduate Student Conference on Asian Studies","description":"

Conference Theme:\u00a0\u201cThe Asian Century: Emerging Stories\u201d<\/p>\n

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Sophal Ear, Occidental College<\/p>\n

Abstract submission deadline is January 20, 2018.<\/p>\n

Submission form is located here:\u00a0https:\/\/goo.gl\/forms\/L9bMcNquec4Ivlxv1<\/a><\/p>\n

See the conference Facebook Page<\/a> for more information or to contact organizers.<\/p>\n


The School of Pacific and Asian Studies (SPAS) is excited to announce the 2018 SPAS Graduate Student Conference on Asian Studies here at the University of Hawai’i at M\u0101noa from March 14-16, 2018.<\/p>\n

We are interested in proposals for papers, panels, and performances, reflecting on what scholars and others deem \u201cThe Asian Century.\u201d Through historical rotation of power, Asia is taking prominence on the global stage. We are interested in research that examines this concept, especially the ways that smaller countries across Asia have gained power. We are also looking for presentations that address inter-Asia and hegemonic interactions, whether through politics, economy, or culture, and can support or contest disciplinary and regional approaches to the study of the Asia Pacific region. With this goal in mind, we also encourage those with a background in the arts to apply.<\/span><\/p>\n


We are especially looking for papers that:<\/p>\n