03/11/2017 - Conflicts and their Reflections in South, Southeast and East Asia
9th Annual Prague Conference on Asian Studies hosted by the Department of Asian Studies.
Since the end of WW II, Asia has been a witness to a high number of violent conflicts. Even though, the end of the Cold War has brought relative stability to the regions of South, Southeast and East Asia and the share of conflicts fell substantially, yet, in the last few years, the levels of conflicts (especially domestic) have risen again.
Thus, the objective of the conference is to bring together academics and practitioners to discuss the most pressing (intra- and inter-state) conflicts in South, Southeast and East Asia, as well as their reflections in media, art, film and literature. This conference is, therefore, inter-disciplinary and welcomes research findings in fields such as sociology, anthropology, economics, gender studies, cultural studies, political science, international relations and history.
Themes of the conference:
- Domestic (ethnic, identity, political, religious, and social) conflicts in Asia;
- Internal conflicts and their impact on regional security;
- International (border, land, territorial) conflicts in Asia, with special emphasis on territorial disputes in East and South China Seas;
- Sources of conflict in Asia and their conflict management;
- Conflict and development in Asia;
- Reflections of conflicts (social, ethnic, political) in art, film and literature.
The deadline for the call for panels and paper abstracts is: 15 June 2017
Notification of accepted panels and papers: 30 June 2017
The deadline for final registration for the conference: 1 October 2017
Individual panel sessions are to consist of three to four presentations, 20 minutes each, followed by 30 minutes for questions and additional discussion. Panel and paper abstracts must be submitted as Word documents and contain the title of the submission, proposed panel, abstract (250–300 words) name and affiliation of the author(s), a short bio (100 words) and contact information (e-mail). The Organizing Committee reserves the right to reallocate presenters.
Kindly send your propositions to Dr. Maria Strasakova: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference fees: The conference is FREE OF CHARGE.
Note: Participants will cover all their personal costs, including transportation, accommodation, visas, etc. Our staff can provide you with an invitation letter for visa if necessary.
Local hospitality (refreshments) will be provided at the venue for speakers and guests.
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