Roundtable on Supporting Teaching Advanced Japanese in Australia

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Wednesday, 19 May 2021 Roundtable on Supporting Teaching Advanced Japanese in Australia – Network for Teaching Advanced Japanese in Australia (豪州上級日本語ネットワーク) The ANU Japan Institute is pleased to host its first seminar series, supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Japan Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Register now for the final seminar […]

CFP: Chinese Studies Association of Australia 17th Biennial Conference

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  Changing China: Then and Now Monday 29 November – Wednesday 1 December, 2021 The Australian National University, Canberra Change has been at the centre of the Chinese experience. Yet it has taken a range of forms and has elicited a variety of responses. The recurring cycle of 64 hexagrams in the foundational Yi jing […]

Forum on International Education and Asian Studies

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The Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) invites its members to a forum to discuss its submission to the government’s consultation on a new strategy for international education, which presents an opportunity to promote Asian studies and languages. The Forum will begin with a talk by Professor Ly Tran of the School of Education, Deakin […]

Event held by The Goldberg Centre

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The Goldberg Center is pleased to announce: Click to enlarge (pdf) “Mass Murder and U.S. Hegemony” Vincent Bevins Journalist and Author of The Jakarta Method: Washington’s Anticommunist Crusade and the Mass Murder Program That Shaped Our World (Public Affairs, 2020) View Book on Publisher’s Website Friday, February 19, 2021 12:00 PM Join via ZOOM at […]

Queering Our Worlds: A Tribute to Mark McLelland

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The Association for Asian Studies presents a webinar to commemorate the legacy of Mark McLelland. Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:00-8:30pm Eastern Time Co-sponsored by Japanese Studies Association of Australia Consulting organizers: Vera Mackie and James Welker Mark McLelland (1966-2020) was a pioneering scholar, whose work served as an inspiration to so many people in various fields—Japan […]

The Future of Asian Studies: Opportunities and challenges for Australian universities beyond 2020

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The Asian Studies Association invites you to a forum to discuss the future of Asian Studies in Australian universities. Over the last two decades, policy settings and long-term trends in the university sector have placed pressure on Asian studies, undermining the study and teaching of some Asian languages and fields of study, while encouraging others. […]