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ASAJ 2014 Call for Papers

Call For Papers

Transformation of Australian Studies

in a Globalising Age

26-27 July 2014

At Sophia University, Tokyo

Japan

The First International Conference of

The Australian Studies

Association of Japan

The purpose of this conference is to exchange perspectives, observations and ideas about Australian studies among scholars from a broad range of academic disciplines such as history, literature, cultural and media studies, politics and law from Australia and Japan as well as other countries, and then to conduct a comparative and interdisciplinary analysis of the issues surrounding Australian studies in the globalising world.

Proposal Submission

Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be submitted by November 30, 2013. Authors will be notified of the decision of the reviewers by mid-December. (Please use the proposal submission form attached to this.) If your proposal is accepted you will be invited to register for the conference.

We welcome papers that focus on (but not limited to): Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Ecology, Economics, Gender Studies, Education, Geology, Whiteness Studies, Media and Film Studies, Ethnology, Indigenous Studies, Literature, Political Science, Sociology, Refugee Studies, Human Rights, etc.

Organizers: Prof. Teruhiko FUKUSHIMA, President of the ASAJ

Prof. Yuga SUZUKI, General Manager of the Conference National Defense Academy of Japan Sophia University

Contact: Prof. Yuga Suzuki: HAF00025@nifty.ne.jp

CC/ Prof. Teruhiko FUKUSHIMA: teruhikofukushima@gmail.com

Prof. Yasue ARIMITSU yasuearimitsu@yahoo.co.jp

Prof. Akira Kawaguchi akawaguc@mail.doshisha.ac.jp

 

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