ASIA: Transcultural Interactions – Past, Present and Future
The second conference of the Irish Association for Asian Studies (IAAS) will take place at University College Cork (UCC) on June 9th and 10th 2017, organised by Dr Kevin Cawley, Head of the Department of Asian Studies at UCC and secretary of IAAS.
VENUE: G27, O’Rahilly Building (ground floor), UCC (click for our campus map).
The theme of the second IAAS conference is: ‘ASIA: Transcultural Interactions – Past, Present and Future’.
Some of the themes the conference will explore are: the cultural, linguistic, socio-political, religious and intellectual interactions that have shaped diverse Asian territories from the past up to the creation of modern states in the colonial periods, and transformation of the region under industrialization, decolonization, war, and revolution in the 20th and 21st centuries.
We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful campus at UCC.
PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE SCHEDULE: IRISH ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE 2017 – UCC
ACCOMMODATION AND TRAVEL
Accommodation information: http://www.ucc.ie/en/visitors/stay/local/
The B&Bs listed on this site are all in close proximity to UCC.
Information on travel to Cork and directions to UCC can be found here:
**IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Delegates who need to apply for a visa to enter Ireland, please refer to the information on : http://www.inis.gov.ie – Please read the visa pages carefully before making your application.
Delegates who require a visa to travel to Ireland are advised to submit their visa application at least 8 weeks before their planned travel date.
IAAS Conference fees in euros: (fees can be paid on the day of conference – please have exact amount)
|Existing IAAS member||New member||Non-member|
|Waged||65||65+35 (annual fee)||95|
|Unwaged / students||10||10+15 (annual fee)||25|
**If you would like to submit completed articles for consideration for publication in the Irish Journal of Asian Studies (IJAS), please send completed manuscripts to email@example.com by June 31st 2017.
Please follow the layout and referencing style of the journal’s previous 2 volumes – guidelines are also available on the IJAS website.