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Free access to ASR article: “Middlemen Minority Nation”

An article from the Asian Studies Review has been included in a Taylor&Francis article collection for World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which was celebrated recently. The article is “Middleman Minority Nation: A New Conceptualisation of the State in Singapore”. The articles in the collection will be free to access via this link until […]

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Announcement of New Honorary Life Members: Robin Jeffrey, Anne Platt and Enid Bishop (Gibson)

The ASAA Council is pleased to announce the appointment of three new honorary life members: Emeritus Professor Robin Jeffrey, Anne Platt and Enid Bishop. These appointments are made to colleagues who have modelled exemplary service to ASAA and to the field of Asian Studies in Australia more broadly. Robin Jeffrey Robin Jeffrey is Emeritus Professor at

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2023 Wang Gungwu Prize

The Wang Gungwu Prize for the best Asian Studies Review article in 2023 has been awarded jointly to Thi Gammon and Shuk Man Leung.  Thi Gammon is an Associate Lecturer and Researcher at Kings College London and was awarded the Wang Gungwu Prize for the article “Your Bodies are Our Future: Vietnamese Men’s Engagement with Korean

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2024 LCNAU Eighth Biennial Colloquium

Submissions for abstracts and panel proposals are welcome for the 2024 LCNAU Eighth Biennial Colloquium. Hosted by the University of Sydney’s School of Languages and Cultures, the Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities (LCNAU) 2024 Colloquium will explore the theme, ‘Trans/Formation: research and education in languages and cultures’.  LCNAU invites scholars, practitioners, early career

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Asian Currents special series: Celebrating women’s contributions to the ASAA

Asian Currents, the flagship blog of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, is excited to launch a special series on celebrating women’s contributions to the ASAA. The series will run over the next two months and is edited by ASAA President, Professor Melissa Crouch, and Asian Currents Editor, Natasha Naidu. The series will include a

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