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Up-coming Conferences & Colloquiums

View the Association for Asian Studies "Conferences & Meetings" webpage for a list of additional Asian Studies related conferences and meetings beyond those listed below.


Call for Papers
International Conference on Business Chinese Teaching, Textbook Research & Development & Business Cross-Cultural Communication
Hosting by the Confucius Institute at PSU
Portland State University
November 15-16, 2014

Paper abstracts DUE:  September 5, 2014


Call for Papers
China in the Middle East Conference
Indiana University China Office, Beijing & Peking University
Conference Dates:  March 17-18, 2015 

Indiana University's Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies Chair invites interested scholars and advanced graduate students to submit proposals.

Proposals are DUE by October 1, 2014





Annual conference of the Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) 

Conference Dates: June 20-22, 2014
Location:  Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington
Sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University 

Call for papers - submission deadline:  April 15, 2014

ASPAC welcomes papers and panels related to Asian Studies from all disciplines and encourages inter/multidisciplinary papers and panels.

Students (undergraduate & graduate) are encouraged to participate and submit a paper for the Esterline Prize.

Register by May 25, 2014 to receive "early bird discount."

For more information visit the 2014 ASPAC Conference website or e-mail 


University of Washington
Annual Student Colloquium on Asian Studies

Saturday, May 3, 2014,  9 am - 4 pm
Savery Hall 408 & 409, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195

Abstracts/Proposals due by April 3rd, 2014, please submit to

Students (undergrad and graduate) from ALL universities, regardless of discipline, are invited to submit proposals within the general area of “Asian Studies”. All topics and issues are welcome from all parts of Asia (South, East, Southeast, Central, etc.). 
The colloqium organizers hope to get a good mix of presenters from the University of Washington and from fellow student scholars from the region. This is a great opportunity for students to gain experience in presenting formal academic papers in a smaller, informal atmosphere. Share your ideas and learn what your fellow Asian studies scholars are up to.