Conferences

Upcoming conferences

2017 Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference

March 16-19, 2017
Sheraton Centre, Toronto

 

More information here.

PAST CONFERENCES

2016 Theravada Civilizations Dissertation and Post-Doctoral Workshop

March 30, 2016
Seattle Sheraton

This workshop brought together doctoral students and/or post-doctoral academics in the humanities and social sciences who were (1) developing dissertation proposals or were in early phases of research, dissertation writing, or revising dissertations for publication; and who were (2) engaging some aspects of Theravada classical and/or vernacular literature and/or researching aspects of Theravada history and cultural practice among South or Southeast Asian communities. The workshop was limited to 6 doctoral students and/or post-doctoral academics, from a broad array of disciplines and working on a wide variety of materials in a variety of time periods on themes related to Theravada traditions and communities in Southeast Asia.There were four faculty mentors present.

2016 Buddhist Studies Workshop

Fall 2016

 

2014 Western Conference Association for Asian Studies

2014 Western Conference Association for Asian Studies

October 3-4, 2014
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ

Call for Papers WCAAS 2014

For more information regarding the conference, lodging or registration, please click here.

 

2013 Theravada Civilizations Dissertation and Post-Doctoral Workshop

March 5- 6, 2013
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ

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2013 Theravada Civilizations Project

March 7-9, 2013
Arizona State University
Sedona, AZ

Water in Asia: Science, Values, and Activism

March 27, 2013
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ

 

China’s International Science and Technology Relations: A Stocktaking & Assessment

April 3-4, 2014
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ

Denis Simon,   Vice Provost for International Strategic Initiatives

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The 15th International Conference on Maharashtra: Culture and Society “Interactions between Humansand the Natural World in Maharashtra”

April 23-26, 2014
Arizona State UniversityTempe, AZ

The theme of the conference encompassed a wide variety of relationships between humans and the natural world. “Interactions between Humans and the Natural World in Maharashtra, India” examined the intentional and unintentional effects of human actions on the environment, as in agriculture, gardening, water management, forestry, and mineral extraction, as well as studies highlighting the constraints and inspiration that the natural world provides to human social and cultural activities, including material culture, literature, ritual life, work, and recreation. Papers encompassed environmental history, the health effects of environmental change, pastoralist and agricultural economics, the sociology and politics of environmental preservation, sustainable tourism, and the religious and literary valuation of the landscape in Maharashtra, India.

2014 Maharashtra Conference Program

2014 Arizona Maharashtra Conference Abstracts

 

 

ASU3-11PosterSearching for the Historical Roots of the March 11th 2011 Disaster in Japan

April 24-25, 2014
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ

For more information on the 3-11 Conference, please contact Aaron Moore at asmoore3@asu.edu.

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