The NZASIA 23rd Biennial International 2019 Conference will be hosted by the Victoria University of Wellington from Sunday, Nov. 24, to Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019
In line with NZASIA's key objectives, our biennial conference is multidisciplinary and aims to bring together scholars working in the broader, open, and contested site of Asian Studies. Participants are invited to submit panel or paper proposals presenting original research on any Asian-related topic. We can accept only one paper submission per person.
Paper presentations will be allocated 30 minutes (typically 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes discussion; shorter papers with more time for discussion are also welcome). Panels will normally comprise three paper presentations, but alternative structures (e.g, shorter presentations and more panelists or a combination of presenters and discussant) are also welcomed.
Submission of Abstracts
Paper abstracts, single spaced and no longer than 200 words, must be submitted electronically as MS Word email attachments before 30 June 2019 to: email@example.com
Early abstract acceptance will be sent to those who require it for funding/planning purposes.
Individual paper submissions should include:
◦ Title of paper
◦ Abstract of the paper, including three to four keywords
◦ Author's name (those not based at a NZ institution should also include either a link to their institutional home page or a CV)
◦ Contact details for the author
Panel submissions should include:
◦ Title of panel and 100 word description of the panel's topic
◦ Titles of the papers
◦ Abstracts of the papers, including three to four keywords
◦ Authors and/or discussant(s)
We particularly seek contributions from emerging scholars and postgraduate students, and a number of events are specifically targeted to support the new generation of researchers, including a postgraduate workshop to be held on the afternoon of Sunday, November 24th, before the offical conference opening. More details on this event and conference registration will follow shortly.
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