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CAPAS─ 【Call for Papers & Panels】 2020 Annual Conference on Taiwan’s Southeast Asian Studies

SNAS:Seminars and Conferences
Poster:活動日期:2019-09-11
Call for Papers

2020 Annual Conference on Taiwan’s Southeast Asian Studies

In-Depth Reflection upon Border-Crossing:
Past, Present and Future

Academia Sinica, Taiwan
June 11-12, 2020

We are very pleased to announce that the Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS), RCHSS, Academia Sinica is hosting the 2020 Annual Conference on Taiwan’s Southeast Asian Studies. When hosting the same conference in 2014, we used “trans-border circulation” as the conference theme, stressing the longue durée of Southeast Asian history characterized by hybridity, fluidity and creativity. For the 2020 conference six years later, CAPAS is calling for papers that broadly address a similar theme of “in-depth reflection upon border-crossing,” considering the theme’s embracing capacity and connectivity that can highlight the area’s manifold phenomena. Moreover, it alludes to the current situation whirling in an ongoing process of change and transition, which is powerfully affecting every domain of lives, human and non-human worldwide, with unprecedented speed. Under the veneer of innovative technology, multi-national exchanges and negotiations and active civil movements, we are mired in deep crises and anxiety. This has compelled us, the academics, to look into the intricate course of multitudinous, intersecting causes and effects and perplexing power relations, in the hope of coming up with thoughtful reflections and good theories.

In the face of accelerating disparities and unevenness in the development of global capitalism, we are witnessing and experiencing numerous acts and counter-acts pertaining to all kinds of border-crossing—not only at the borderline separating two sovereign entities, but also through a wide range of socio-economic and ecological practices and decisions that occur in multiple locations within and beyond the sovereign territories. The world is congested with “frictions.” For the conference we encourage diverse exploration on issues relating to trans-border movement of “things” (human and non-human), institutions, cultural habitus, and other types of phenomena. We look forward to your participation.

Related Topics: 
  1. Transnational Flow of Agriculture, Food, and Agricultural Commodities
  2. Natural Resources, Environmental Protection, and Social Movements
  3. Border Images and Cultural Integration
  4. Nation Construction
  5. Politic Identification and Trans-boundary Wrestling
  6. Industries and Their Historical Roots
  7. Transnational Circulations of Daily Commodities
  8. Emerging Industries and Transnational Division of Labor
  9. Transnational Migration of Southeast Asia
  10. Impacts of Supranational ASEAN on Social Economies
  11. Religious Dissemination across Ethnic Boundaries
  12. Southeast Asian Migrant Workers in the Middle East, East Asia, Europe and the United States
  13. Gender beyond Heterosexual Norms
  14. Southeast Asian Literature, Art, Film, and other Performances under Globalization
  15. Climate and Ecological Dynamics beyond National Borders
  16. Transnational Health and Medication in Southeast Asia
  17. Issues on Southeast States/Regions' History, Politics, International Relations, Socio-Economic Development
Important Dates
Abstract submission deadline: February 14, 2020
Acceptance notification: February 21, 2020
Final paper due: April 30, 2020
Conference dates: June 11-12, 2020

Abstract Submission: Kindly download the form from the website and complete the submission by January 31, 2020.
(A) Paper Submission (B) Panle/Roundtable Submission
  • Kindly download and complete thesubmission form. To save the form in WORD format using the file name "Convener's NAME-2020TSEAS" and upload it to https://forms.gle/PM8KydKZmhJweNFh7

Conference Website: https://www.2020tseas.com/
Download the Submission Form: https://www.2020tseas.com/call-for-papers

Contact Person:
Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS), RCHSS, Academia Sinica
Ms. Ginger Chiang, Tel: 02-2651-6862, Email: gingertw@gate.sinica.edu.tw

Organizers:
Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS), RCHSS, Academia Sinica
Taiwan Association of Southeast Asian Studies (TASEAS)

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