Awards and Prizes

Category: Awards and Prizes

ASAA President Prof. Kate McGregor announces the 2021 John Legge Prize for Best Thesis in Asian Studies

2021 John Legge Prize for Best Thesis in Asian Studies I am delighted as President of the ASAA to announce that the 2022 John Legge Prize for the best thesis in Asian studies in Australia in 2021 has been awarded to Dr Kaira Zoe Alburo Cañete a graduate from the University of New South Wales …

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Waste of a Nation: Garbage and Growth in India wins the prestigious Reid Prize.

President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Professor Kate McGregor is thrilled to announce the winner of the Asian Studies Association of Australia’s inaugural Reid Prize, the most prestigious prize in Australia and New Zealand for work in the field of Asian studies that has made an exemplary contribution to the understanding of Asia. …

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Article on Male Cosmetic Surgery in China as Neoliberal Consumer Culture wins 2021 Wang Gungwu Prize

An article about male cosmetic surgery as a by product of neoliberal consumer culture in China by Hua Wen of the United Nations Population Fund (China Office) has won the Wang Gungwu Prize for the best article published in Asian Studies Review in 2021. The President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA), Professor Kate McGregor, announced the winner …

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