The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities

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This international, intercultural and interdisciplinary academic conference on the arts and humanities is organised by IAFOR in conjunction with our global partners, including Waseda University (Japan), London University (UK) & Virginia Tech (USA). The International Academic Forum in conjunction with its global university partners is proud to announce the Fifth Asian Conference on the Arts and Humanities, to be held from April 3-6 2014, at the Rihga Royal Hotel, & The Osaka International Conference Center, Osaka, Japan. Hear the latest research, publish before a global audience, present in a supportive environment, network, engage in new relationships, experience Japan, explore Osaka and Kyoto, join a global academic community.. more details

 

The First International Conference on Jambi Studies

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ICJS 1 is to be the first international academic gathering in Jambi on issues relevant to Jambi Studies and Malay Heritage. The conference is intended to provide an international forum for research on Jambi as the origin of Malay culture. Organized by: Seloko Journal & The Arts Council of Jambi (Dewan Kesenian Jambi) Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 1st June 2013.. more details

 

5th International Conference on Southeast Asia

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The 5th International Conference on Southeast Asia aims to bring together academics, scholars, observers and experts to discuss, debate and examine various issues that prosper or perhaps inhibit a Southeast Asia Rising! Privileging the Southeast in Asia with distinct countries as a multilateral 1 Gambling Online Casino entity and bloc region is vitalized via cooperation, gamesmanship, and , histories of particular and regional differences and affinities coalescing into a “Southeast Asia”.

With particular models of development, policy-making and cultural nuancing emanating from within or adopted from elsewhere, Southeast Asia adapts, positions and situates itself alongside and competes with the rapid growth and resultant changes and challenges coming out of what’s referred to as East Asia- China, Japan and Korea, and a World of globalizing intersections and tensions.

Disruptions and opportunities abound between countries and in relationship to East Asia in terms of security via territorial sovereignty, politics and economics, coaxed or hindered by local political developments and critical junctures, poverty, rural development, environmental concerns, energy management, human and drug trafficking, health care (HIV/AIDS), cultural, religious and gender identity polemics, urbanization, transnational mining, lumber, dam building industries.. more details