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  • 1.  Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 06-29-2021 02:43 PM
    Edited by Robyn Jones, CMP 07-06-2022 03:05 PM
    Are you interested in presenting at the AAS 2023 Annual Conference? Do you need assistance connecting with fellow Asianists or session organizers? Use the "Reply" button in the top right-hand corner of this message to post your research interests or proposed paper topic within this discussion.

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  • 2.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

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  • 3.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 24 days ago
    I am looking to join a panel on representations of queer masculinity. My research concerns Japanese pop culture but I'm happy to join a transnational panel.

    csmith2 -at- ufl.edu

    Thank you,
    Christopher Smith
    University of Florida

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    Christopher Smith
    Assistant Professor
    University of Florida
    csmith2@ufl.edu
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  • 4.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 20 days ago
    Hello! I am a PhD student from SOAS who wishes to join a panel on the modern transformation of the Chinese state, in the broadest sense. My paper looks at the 1874 policy debate on Qing border defense from the perspective of intellectual history. I aim to highlight shared assumptions and modes of thinking among contenders over the priority of maritime defense and frontier defense, which continued the rationale for state activism upheld by literati in the early nineteenth century. Changing conceptions of the state in late Qing China can therefore be better understood from the internal context of intellectual transformation instead of mere foreign impact.

     I can be reached at 666116@soas.ac.uk

    Thank you and good luck!

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    Junda Lu
    Student
    SOAS, University of London
    jundalu@yahoo.com
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  • 5.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 12 days ago
    Dear all,

    I am looking for a panel to join for the AAS 2023 conference.
    My paper is about the Qing colonial enterprise that targeted the Nakhi ethnic group in Lijiang, Yunnan province, during the Yongzheng reign. I am utilising official materials from both central (Veritable Records of Successive Reigns of the Qing Dynasty) and local governments (local gazetteers), and also the genealogy of the Mu Family, that the Mu Family was the Nakhi native chieftain of Lijiang Prefecture from the Yuan Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty before Gaituguiliu. Sources show that the abolishment of Mu chieftains is closely connected with the frontier crisis caused by the Mongols. The sources also show significantly different acculturation and assimilation process between the native aristocratic Mu family and the Nakhi commoners, and the sources also demonstrate a contradictional image of the imperial vision and self-construction of the Nakhi community. A case study on the Nakhi ethnic group living in the southwest frontier of the Qing Empire could therefore benefit us in clarifying the dynamic frontier strategies adopted by the imperial government in different frontier regions.

    yours faithfully,

    Ting Cheung, Wong
    PhD Student
    Binghamton University, SUNY
    twong57@binghamton.edu

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    Ting Cheung Wong
    Binghamton University (SUNY)
    twong57@binghamton.edu
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  • 6.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 12 days ago
    I'm planning to submit a presentation proposal on labor migration of transgender people from Central Asia to Russia. Would be happy to join a panel on any related topic such as gender/LGBT, Central Asia or migration.

    Yana Kirey-Sitnikova
    yana.kirey.sitnikova@gmail.com

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    Yana Kirey-Sitnikova
    yana.kirey.sitnikova@gmail.com
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  • 7.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 11 days ago
    Hello! I wish to join a panel which may deal with ethnicity, identity, borderlands, Asian American Studies, and Asia-Latin American migration.

    My paper investigates the communal lives of Chinese residents in three U.S.-Mexico border towns from 1890 to 1940. Scholars have shown that Chinese migrants in North America affiliated with other Chinese for cultural familiarity, economic support, and to maintain communication with China. But my paper argues that the overseas Chinese were not isolated in their ethnic communities but rather sought aid from other local associations and non-Chinese people.

    If you are interested, please contact me at kong58@purdue.edu Thank you!

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    Xuening Kong
    MA
    Purdue University
    kong58@purdue.edu
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  • 8.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 11 days ago
    I wish to join a Panel as Paper Presenter that may deal with or accommodate Asia-Latin America theme dedicated to 20th Century and covering any aspect including subjects on migration, diplomatic relations, cultural relations, foreign policy or a related theme of interest. Panelists/Organisers may drop me an email at binay_jnu@outlook.com

    Regards,
    Binay Prasad


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    Binay Prasad
    National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration
    binay_jnu@outlook.com
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  • 9.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 10 days ago
    Edited by Hongyun Lyu 10 days ago
    Hi, I am interested in joining a panel on environmental history in Asia or tourism and culture in twentieth-century China. My paper investigates how revolutionary politics, local memory, and market economy shaped the making of the red tourist attraction in postsocialist China. Please feel free to contact me (email: hongyun.lyu@mail.utoronto.ca)

    Best,
    Hongyun

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    Hongyun Lyu
    University of Toronto
    hongyun.lyu@mail.utoronto.ca
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  • 10.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 8 days ago
    Any Panel on Classical Japanese Civilization.

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    ANIL RAWAT
    INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENTACADEMY FOR DIGITAQL ECONOMY
    ar@madeacademy.ac.in
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  • 11.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 10 days ago
    I am looking for a panel focusing on Southeast Asia or Disaster and Climate Change. My paper addresses the interconnection of gender, disaster, and climate change in Indonesia and critically analyze the concepts of risk and resilience.

    Please contact me at skusujia@warren-wilson.edu

    Thank you,
    Siti Kusujiarti

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    Siti Kusujiarti
    Professor
    Warren Wilson College
    skusujia@warren-wilson.edu
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  • 12.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 9 days ago
    i am interested

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    Vishal Bhadauriya
    Banaras Hindu University, faculty of Social Sciences
    vishal1996@bhu.ac.in
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  • 13.  RE: Individuals seeking sessions - Post your interest here!

    Posted 10 days ago
    Hi,

    I am interested in joining a panel on Sinophone film historiography at large. My paper is on the politicized reception of Hou Hsiao-hsien's A City of Sadness but I am also open to suggestions about other related topics. 

    Contact: changmyu@ntu.edu.tw

    Sincerely,

    Chang-Min

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    Chang-Min Yu
    Assistant Professor
    National Taiwan University
    amushi1021@gmail.com
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