Call for Proposals
July 9 - 11, 2024
On behalf of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) and Universitas of Gadjah Mada, we are pleased to invite you to the 2024 AAS-in-Asia Conference to be held between the 9th and 11th of July 2024 at Universitas of Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS PORTAL TO SUBMIT AN INDIVIDUAL PAPER ABSTRACT. The Program Committee seeks only organized panels and roundtable session proposals on all aspects of Asian Studies. Proposals must be in the format of a fully organized session that includes multiple participants. Proposals submitted as a individual paper abstract will be automatically withdrawn. See the submission types and requirement guidelines.
The proposals are preferred but may not be limited to this year’s theme: "Global Asias: Latent Histories, Manifest Impacts"
Before clicking the submission buttons, please make sure you have fully read the Call for Proposals Guidelines.
Please see the three-step guide below to start your submission process. The deadline for all proposal submissions and travel subsidy requests is Tuesday, October 31, Wednesday, November 8 at 5:00pm Eastern Time.
This proposal submission application will be available for submissions and edits through the posted deadline. After the submission deadline, your proposal will be forwarded to the appropriate program committee members for review.
If you have any questions regarding panel participation or proposal submissions that are not answered in this Call for Proposals or the FAQ’s, please contact the AAS secretariat at AASinASia@asianstudies.org.
We look forward to an exciting and intellectually stimulating conference in Yogyakarta.
The Program Committee of AAS-in-Asia 2024
Proposal Preparation in Three Steps:
1. DECIDE ON YOUR PROPOSAL TYPE
- Proposal Types: Review this Call for Proposals and the information regarding the two (2) proposal submission types – Organized Panel sessions and Roundtable submissions.
- Review the requirements of each proposal type, including the minimum/maximum number of participants, abstract word counts, etc.
- Review the AAS diversity and inclusion submission guidelines to ensure your preparations and final submitted proposal meet the AAS conference requirements.
Organized Panels are Pre-organized Sessions with three to five paper presentations and a session chair and/or discussant to facilitate a discussion of the papers presented.
Roundtables are a discussion format centered around a particular topic. This is not a formal paper presentation session. Rather, the session should aim at stimulating interaction, debate, and discussion among roundtable participants and those in attendance.
INDIVIDUAL PAPER PROPOSALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED FOR THIS CONFERENCE.
2. PREPARE SUBMISSION MATERIALS
- Develop overall session and presentation abstracts based on the submission requirements. All organizers/submitters are responsible for collecting and submitting ALL data and information for each participant on the session, including:
- Paper titles and abstracts (organized panels only)
- Full names of each participant
- Affiliation and Rank (student, professor, independent scholar, etc.)
- If applying for a Travel Subsidy on behalf of a participant, review the information to ensure the participant qualifies for a travel subsidy.
- Have questions? Find answers at our CFP Frequently Asked Questions section.
3. SUBMIT MATERIALS BY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2023 AT 5:00PM EST
- PLEASE do not wait until November 8nd to begin the submission process. You may begin the process and save a partially completed application. Edits to pending or submitted proposals may be made anytime before November 8st @ 5:00 PM.
- Follow the “Submit a Proposal’ button posted here on this page in the right column.
- Questions? Contact the AAS at AASinAsia@asiantudies.org
For help in submitting an abstract online, Contact technical support.