Deadline for abstracts extended to 30 April.
The Women in Asia (WIA) Conference continues a tradition started by the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Women’s Caucus (now Women’s Forum) in 1981.
This will be the first time this Conference has been held on the west coast, and it follows the UWA hosting of the Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference in 2014.
The 2017 Women in Asia Conference provides an opportunity to showcase the work of scholars who research women and gender relations in Asia. WIA conferences particularly attract scholars and practitioners from Asia, as well as local and domestic participants from the community sector, academia and government.
With a particular thematic focus on 'Gender-Based Violence', the 2017 WIA conference aims to draw together scholars and activists working on this issue in Asia and Australia, to foster a discussion on the various challenges and strategies involved in addressing Violence Against Women in different contexts.
We also welcome presentations on issues outside the conference theme, on issues relating to women in Asia, including (but not limited to): work; health; media and popular culture; politics and social movements; social relations; life stages and transitions and sexuality.
WIA 2017 will include a postgraduate workshop and will offer limited travel bursaries (details coming soon). We welcome papers and panels from scholars and practitioners from Asia, as well as local and domestic participants from the community sector, academia and government.
Enquiries can be directed to: email@example.com
More information on postgraduate bursaries can be found here.
Further information to be posted soon.
|Call for papers and panels open||27 September 2016|
|Deadline for panel and paper submissions ||31 March 2017|
|Notification of abstract acceptance||30 April 2017|
|Early bird registration deadline||31 May 2017|
|Late registration deadline||31 August 2017|
Call for papers, individual and panel abstracts now open.Submit here
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