Conference: Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ), June 21-22, 2014

call for papers [150-2]Online Registration: Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ), June 21-22

Early Bird online registration for ASCJ 2013 begins on February 20.
Please see registration details below.

All scholars of Asia are invited to attend the eighteenth annual meeting of the Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ) which will be held on the campus of Sophia University, Tokyo on June 21-22, 2014.

The list of accepted panels and individual papers, registration materials and other information are posted on the ASCJ website: http://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/~ascj/  The conference will consist of approximately 45 sessions (panels, roundtable, and individual paper sessions) that address a broad range of themes relating to Asian Studies.

All sessions are conducted in English.

Those wishing to attend ASCJ are asked to complete the online registration form on the ASCJ website:
http://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/~ascj/

Early Bird online registration is available between February 20 and April 20. The Early Bird registration fee of 3000 yen (1000 yen for graduate students) may be paid by credit card or by domestic bank transfer. Between April 21 and June 21, online registration remains open, but at a higher rate: 4000 yen (graduate students 1000 yen).

Onsite Registration is possible, but pre-registration is highly recommended. This allows the ASCJ staff to prepare name tags and other conference materials. Those wishing to attend the reception on Saturday night (June 21) should also register and pay in advance. All participants whose names will appear on the conference program are requested to register during the Early Period registration period.

All persons interested in Asian Studies are welcome. Please address inquiries to the ASCJ Secretariat:
ascj20xx@gmail.com

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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