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Deadline August 7, 2015

Academic, Student: Call For Editors: CASSU Undergraduate Journal

The Contemporary Asian Studies Student Union is currently recruiting editors for its pilot journal, Synergy: The Journal of Contemporary Asian StudiesSynergy is an undergraduate academic journal with a regional focus on East, Southeast, and South Asia. The journal will consist mainly of research articles and photographs that examine recent political, social, and economic developments in the region. Articles will be published online throughout the year and then compiled into a print publication at the end of each academic year.

For further details see below or visit http://utcassu.com/synergy-hiring/

Expected Workload

We expect our editors to:

  • Spend an average of 1-3 hours per week reviewing submissions
  • Process approximately 5 submissions per month (note: this number could vary depending on volume of submissions)
  • Do two rounds of readings for each submission before sending the results back to the Editor-in-Chief: skim and read, and edit submissions from students following the journal’s style guidelines
  • Attend monthly meetings hosted by the Editor-in-Chief/Assistant Editor-in-Chief for final review of accepted articles for the monthly online publication

Application & Eligibility Requirement

All students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts & Science are welcome to apply for a position on our editorial team. Preference will be given to candidates with one or more of the following:

  • Past writing and/or editorial experience
  • Knowledge of political, economic, and/or social issues in East, Southeast, and South Asia
  • Work, cultural, and/or study experience in Asia
  • Mastery of an Asian language

Application Procedure

Please submit all 3 items listed below to executive@utcassu.com, with the subject line “Synergy Journal Editor Application” by August 7, 2015. Requests for interviews will be sent shortly after to determine your placement.

  1. Resume (PDF or Word file) – highlighting your relevant past experiences and skills you can offer as a prospective editor for Synergy
  2. A short English language writing sample (less than 200 words) in any topic or discipline
  3. Answers to the questions listed below (in a separate PDF or Word attachment):

Questions
1. Why would you like to join the Synergy editorial team? (100 words max)
2. Are there any Asian languages in which you are comfortable reading, writing, and/or editing?
3. What direction do you see Synergy journal going in the next 2 years? (200 words max)

Please direct questions about the journal or editorial positions to susan.cui@utcassu.com.

Deadline: August 7, 2015

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Deadline August 17, 2015

Academic, Student: CUPE Unit 1 Job Posting: Teaching Assistant, CAS310H1F, Fall 2015

Teaching Assistant Position       
September 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015

The Contemporary Asian Studies program seeks one Teaching Assistant for the following course:

CAS310H1: Comparative Colonialisms in Asia
Course instructor: Professor Takashi Fujitani

This course analyzes the impact of colonialism in South, East, and Southeast Asia and the various ways in which pre-colonial traditions intersect with and reshape colonial and postcolonial process across the various regions of Asia. The course will examine the conjunctures of economy, politics, religion, education, ethnicity, gender, and caste, as these have played out over time in the making and re-making of Asia as both idea and place. Attention will be paid to postcolonial and indigenous theories, questions of ‘the colonial’ from the perspective of Asian Studies, and debates about the meaning of post colonialism for the study of Asia now and in the future.

Qualifications

A background in Asia-Pacific and/or South Asian studies is required, preferably from an interdisciplinary and multi-regional social science perspective. First consideration will be given to full-time senior graduate students at the University of Toronto.

Duties

  • Attend weekly lectures and bi-weekly meetings with the professor
  • Mark 2 essays (5 pages each) and 1 final essay (10 pages)
  • Hold office hours the week after assignments are returned

Course timetable: Thursdays, 4-6
Hours of work: approx. 70 hours total
Estimated Course Enrolment: 45 students
Rate of Pay: SGS I/II – $42.47/hour

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Application Process

Applicants should submit a cover letter and CV (including previous teaching evaluations if applicable) by August 17, 2015. Letters of recommendation are not required but will be accepted. Applications should be sent via email to the Contemporary Asian Studies Program Administrator, Katherine MacIvor, at ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The position is tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments. The Departmental Hiring Policy is available in the Department office and in the CUPE Local 3902 office.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Posted on July 20, 2015.

Deadline: August 17, 2015

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Deadline August 17, 2015

Academic: CUPE Unit 3 Job Posting – Sessional Lecturer, SAS2004H: Issues in South Asian Studies: A Region and the Disciplines, Or How Is a Place Produced and Known?

Centre for South Asian Studies
Munk School of Global Affairs
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto

JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER

Course Number and Title: SAS2004H: Issues in South Asian Studies: A Region and the Disciplines, Or How Is a Place Produced and Known?

Course description: This reading-intensive seminar serves two purposes: 1) to introduce students to a range of disciplinary perspectives on the region of South Asia, and 2) to critically examine the formation of disciplinary knowledge around the concepts of area and region. The course will focus in particular on the ways in which colonialism, anti-colonial nationalisms, and postcolonial imperial formations have shaped disciplinary categories and institutions, always mediating interpretations of South Asia’s past, present, and future. Course units are organized around disciplinary nodes in the social sciences and humanities; each unit should address broader themes such as gender, postcolonial modernity, ethnicity/community, nationalism, and the political economy of representation, which will cut across the readings and discussions.

Estimated course enrolment: 6-10 students
Estimated TA support: n/a
Schedule: Thursdays, 3:00-5:00 pm
Sessional dates: January 1, 2016-April 30, 2016
Salary: Sessional Lecture I (SL I): $7,268.21; Sessional Lecturer I Long Term (SL I LT): $7,405.93; Sessional Lecturer II (SL II): $7,727.26; Sessional Lecturer III (SL III): $8,084.29.

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Qualifications: A PhD in Anthropology, Geography, English, History, Political Science or related relevant disciplines in the social sciences and/or humanities with a research focus on South Asia and a strong, up-to-date knowledge of interdisciplinary methods and debates South Asian Studies, attention to contemporary formations and their historical genealogies.

Description of duties: Develop syllabus, prepare readings, lead weekly seminars, design and grade all assignments and class participation, academic counselling including holding office hours and answering student emails, manage blackboard for course if applicable.

Closing date: August 17, 2015

All individuals interested in this position must submit a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available at http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm to:

Katherine MacIvor, Program Administrator, Asian Institute
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place, room 228N
Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7
Email: ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca
Phone: 416-946-8832

Please note: Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.

Deadline: August 17, 2015

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Deadline August 12, 2015

Academic: CUPE Unit 1 Job Posting – Course Instructor, CAS400Y, Winter 2016

University of Toronto
Asian Institute
Munk School of Global Affairs
 
Job Posting – Course Instructor Position
Winter Term 2016 (January – April)

The Contemporary Asian Studies seeks 1 Course Instructor to teach the second half of the following course (the first half will be taught by Professor Yiching Wu):

CAS400Y1: Capstone Seminar – Critical Perspectives on Asian Modernity

This seminar course examines the diverse postwar experiences of countries in East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. The region comprises a wide range of countries that at once differ, but also share some commonalities in cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds, in levels of social and economic development, and in political regimes. To make sense of this diversity, a comparative, multi-disciplinary perspective will be introduced. Highlighting the principal theme of interdependence – of countries but also of fields of enquiry (geography, history, political science) – the first term will look at the interactions between economic development, political change, and migration. The second term will continue with these themes, but will pay particular attention to environmental issues, and history as memory and politics. The course will critically examine various social science theories that seek to explain socio-economic change in its many manifestations, and aim to find an appropriate balance between the particular and the general or universal.

Qualifications

Working on PhD in History, Anthropology, Geography, Political Science, Religion or cognate discipline. Advanced knowledge in the area of contemporary Asian studies is required. Preferred candidates will have: teaching experience, experience managing all aspects of group field research projects, and scholarly expertise in the areas of Asian pathways and/or urban infrastructures. First consideration will be given to full-time graduate students at the University of Toronto.

Duties

  • Developing syllabus
  • Planning and teaching a weekly two hour lecture
  • Creating and marking tests and assignments
  • Providing scheduled office hours for academic counselling and answering student emails
  • Maintaining Blackboard site
  • Managing group research project, including ethics protocols, permissions and methods training

Estimate of TA Support: None

Estimated Course Enrolment:  20 students

Rate of Pay: $7,114.65 including vacation pay

Application Process

Applicants should submit a cover letter, C.V. (including previous teaching evaluations if applicable), a syllabus outline, and two letters of reference by August 12, 2015. Applications should be sent by email to:

Katherine MacIvor
Program Administrator, Centre for South Asian Studies
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The position posted above is tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments. The Departmental Hiring Policy is available in the Department office and in the CUPE Local 3902 office.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Deadline: August 12, 2015

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External, Student, Travel: Internship Openings at the Embassy of Canada in Yangon

The Embassy of Canada to Burma in Yangon is interested in hiring interns for three to four month terms starting in September 2015. Work at the Canadian Embassy in Yangon provides a chance to work in an entrepreneurial setting at the start of a new embassy in a country that is just opening up. It is a very fluid, fast changing and exhilarating environment. The deadline for the September session is July 8, 2015.

TWO Types of Positions: There are two types of positions: trade and development. Please indicate in the cover letter which one(s) you are applying for. All interns are expected to do substantial work on event planning and to write for our website and social media as well as complete miscellaneous tasks.

Intern in the Trade Section

As an intern in the Trade section, the person will work closely with trade commissioners to support Canadian participation at trade related events and participate in the organization and execution of visits of Canadian officials to Burma. The intern will collect, collate and organize relevant information about the Burmese marketplace; build and sustain mutually beneficial relationships with local contacts; compile, update and maintain databases of Canadian and local contacts; use knowledge of the marketplace to respond to basic requests for information; respond to Canadian and Burmese company inquiries; research, develop and prepare profiles, reports and presentations. Through this internship, the intern will gain insight into the mandate and work of the Trade section, and most importantly, what Canadian interests are and how the Embassy advances Canadian priorities.

Intern in the Development Section

The development section is looking for interns who have a passion for international cooperation and development. As an autonomous and self-starter intern, you will work directly with the Head of the Development Cooperation program. You will be required to work collaboratively with colleagues in all the sections in the embassy and, from time to time, with members of the team located in Gatineau and Ottawa. You will be responsible for conducting analysis and prepare succinct reports on issues including good governance, advancing democracy, natural resources management, gender equality, and sustainable rural development. We will also need your support in attending and reporting on meetings with the donor community, international and local NGOs. Part of your contribution will be to organize events and visits. Through this internship, you will better appreciate the dynamic relationship between development, diplomacy and trade, Canada’s development assistance priorities and the role an embassy plays in translating priorities into results.

Eligibility:

  • Only Canadian citizens or permanent residents able to relocate to Burma will be considered for the positions.
  • Of this group, only Canadian undergraduate, recent graduates (one year or less) and graduate students will be considered for the positions.  Selected candidates must complete a reliability screening before the start of the internship.

Mandatory Qualification:

  • Excellent command of English or French (written and oral).
  • Knowledge of written and/or spoken Burmese is an asset.

Hours of Work: Monday to Thursday: 8:30 – 16:30 Friday: 8:30 – 13:30

Remuneration and Health Insurance

This internship is unpaid: no financial support of any kind is provided to interns. In accordance with Government of Canada policy, interns will not be eligible for benefits such as, overtime compensation, sick leave, etc. Interns will be eligible for statutory holiday and visa reimbursement upon the presentation of receipts Interns are responsible for ensuring that they are covered by a national health plan in the country of the internship or by an adequate private insurance policy, before they start the internship. Internship Sessions The universities should suggest candidates by July 8th for the September session.

For prospective applicants, please send the following items to your program advisor:

  • Cover letter addressed to the Embassy of Canada
  • Updated CV
  • Informal transcript
  • Writing sample

We thank all applicants for their interest but only those to be interviewed will be contacted.

Deadline: July 8, 2015

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Academic: JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER, CAS370H, FALL 2015

Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto

 

JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER

 

Course Number and Title: CAS370H1: Asian Cities

Course description: This course offers students a multidisciplinary investigation of urban life in Asia. The thematic focus will be on how the urban intersects with Asian modernities and postcolonial formations. Drawing on recent scholarship in the social sciences, we will examine the realignment of cultural, political, and economic forces associated with Asia’s diverse processes of urbanization. A detailed course description is available upon request. The selected candidate will be asked to consult the course proposal and ensure, in discussion with the Program Director, that the course does not duplicate others offered in Geography, East Asian Studies, Innis College (Urban Studies), and Anthropology.

Estimated course enrolment: 50

Estimated TA support: n/a

Schedule: Tuesdays 12pm

Sessional dates: September 1- December 31, 2015

Salary: Sessional Lecture I (SL I): $7,232.23; Sessional Lecturer I Long Term (SL I LT): $7,369.26; Sessional Lecturer II (SL II): $7,689.00; Sessional Lecturer III (SL III): $8,044.27.

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Qualifications: Completed PhD in the disciplines of Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science, Urban Studies, Geography, Asian Studies, or related field, as well as current knowledge of research in these areas required. A strong scholarly background in disciplines relevant to the course preferred.

Description of duties: Develop syllabus, plan and present weekly lectures, create and mark all assignments and tests, maintain Blackboard site for the course, provide office hours for academic counselling of students.

Closing date: July 22, 2015

All individuals interested in this position must submit a Curriculum Vitae and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available at http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm. Qualified applicants may be asked to submit a sample syllabus following the closing date of the posting. Please submit materials to:

Katherine MacIvor, Program Administrator, Contemporary Asian Studies Program
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place, room 228N
Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7
Email: ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca
Phone: 416-946-8832

Please note: Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.

Deadline: July 22, 2015

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Academic: JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER, CAS350H, WINTER 2016

Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto

 

JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER

 

Course Number and Title: CAS350H1: Asian Youth Cultures

Course description: In focusing on youth in Asia, this course brings together two disputed cultural formations of substantial contemporary importance. Both youth and Asia are increasingly invoked on the global stage in support of a wide range of interests. Examining practices of young people and the idea of youth in the context of Asia requires critical attention to the promises and fears that attach to the rise of Asian economies, international demographic transitions, the growth of a global middle-class, increasing consumption disparities, changing immigration patterns, expanding technological skills, globacal environmental concerns, and young people’s shifting political priorities and loyalties. The course may consider: youth subcultures, styles, music, and politics.

Estimated course enrolment: 50
Estimated TA support: n/a
Schedule: Tuesdays 1-3pm
Sessional dates: January 1- April 30, 2016

Salary: Sessional Lecture I (SL I): $7,268.21; Sessional Lecturer I Long Term (SL I LT): $7,405.93; Sessional Lecturer II (SL II): $7,727.26; Sessional Lecturer III (SL III): $8,084.29.

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Qualifications: Completed PhD in the disciplines of Anthropology, Sociology, Asian Studies, or related field, as well as current knowledge of research in these areas required. A strong scholarly background in disciplines relevant to the course preferred.

Description of duties: Develop syllabus, plan and present weekly lectures, create and mark all assignments and tests, maintain Blackboard site for the course, provide office hours for academic counselling of students.

Closing date: July 22, 2015

All individuals interested in this position must submit a Curriculum Vitae and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available at http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm. Qualified applicants may be asked to submit a sample syllabus following the closing date of the posting. Please submit materials to:

Katherine MacIvor, Program Administrator, Contemporary Asian Studies Program
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place, room 228N
Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7
Email: ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca
Phone: 416-946-8832

Please note: Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.

Deadline: July 22, 2015

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Academic: JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER, CAS200Y, FALL/WINTER 2015-16

Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs
Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto

 

JOB POSTING – SESSIONAL LECTURER

 

Course Number and Title: CAS200Y1Y: Global Asia

Course description: This course introduces students to Asia’s growing role in the contemporary global community. It provides an interdisciplinary take on key themes and topics in the study of the Asia with a particular emphasis on the dynamic movement of people, ideas, and resources across borders in the region. It provides conceptual and area studies backgrounds for students aiming to take more advanced courses on Asia and for students interested in the Contemporary Asian Studies major and minor. The course also examines the growth and character of economic, political, and cultural connections tying Asia to Canada.

Estimated course enrolment:  60

Estimated TA support: n/a

Schedule: Tuesdays 10-11 am (weekly lectures by faculty members), Thursdays 1-2pm and 2-3pm (sessional lecturer-led seminars with 30 students each)

Sessional dates: September 1, 2015 – April 30, 2016

Salary: Sessional Lecture I (SL I): $14,500.44; Sessional Lecturer I Long Term (SL I LT): $14,775.19; Sessional Lecturer II (SL II): $15,416.26; Sessional Lecturer III (SL III): $16,128.56.

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Qualifications: Completed PhD (or equivalent) in the disciplines of History, Anthropology, Political Science, Religion or Asian Studies, as well as current knowledge of research in these areas required. A strong scholarly background in disciplines relevant to the course preferred. The candidate would preferably have pedagogical and/or research experience that addresses large global themes, such as democracy and authoritarianism, public culture, and capitalism, through deep site-located study.

Description of duties:

  • This course will be led by Professor Yiching Wu. The sessional lecturer will work with the lead instructor to finalize the syllabus and coordinate weekly 1-hour guest lectures by faculty members in various departments across the Faculty of Arts and Science. Each guest lecturer will be responsible for assigning the readings for their module of 3-4 lectures.
  • All 60 students in the class will attend the weekly lecture on Tuesdays. The class will then be divided into two groups of 30 students each for weekly 1-hour seminars led by the sessional lecturer. The sessional lecturer will be responsible for planning and leading these two 1-hour seminar discussions, working with students to break down, synthesize, and discuss each week’s lecture and readings.
  • The sessional lecturer will also be responsible for creating and marking tests and assignments, providing office hours for academic counseling of students, and maintaining Blackboard

Closing date:  July 8, 2015

All individuals interested in this position must submit a Curriculum Vitae, a cover letter, and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available at http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm to:

Program Administrator, Contemporary Asian Studies Program
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place, room 228N
Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7
Email: ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca
Phone: 416-946-8832

Please note:  Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.

Deadline: July 8, 2015

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Academic, External, Grants & Awards, Student, Travel: 2015-2016 Taiwan Fellowship Open for Applications

About

The Taiwan Fellowship is a research-funding program which awards foreign experts and scholars financial, logistic and facility support to conduct advanced research at universities or academic institutions in Taiwan, in areas related to Taiwan, cross-strait relations, mainland China, Asia-Pacific region and Chinese studies. The Fellowship is established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and administered by the Center for Chinese Studies at National Central Library.

Eligibility

Recipients shall be foreign professors, associate professors, assistant professors, post-doctoral researchers, doctoral candidates, or doctoral program students at related departments of overseas universities, or are research fellows at an equivalent level in academic institutions abroad.

Application and research time frame

For the 2015-2016 Taiwan Fellowship, the application period is from May 1 to June 30, 2015. Recipients shall begin their research in January 2016.

Research location

Taiwan

Benefits

  1. Monthly stipend paid at the beginning of every month. Stipends are divided into two categories:
    1. For professors, associate professors, research fellows, or associate research fellows, the monthly stipend is NT$60,000.
    2. For assistant professors, assistant research fellows, or doctoral candidates: the monthly stipend is NT$50,000.
  2. One round-trip, economy-class ticket for the most direct route to Taiwan.
  3. The terms of fellowship are 3 to 12 months.
  4. Accident insurance (plus a medical insurance for accidental injuries) coverage of NT$1 million is provided.

For more information and application details, please visit the following website: http://taiwanfellowship.ncl.edu.tw.

Deadline: June 30, 2015

http://taiwanfellowship.ncl.edu.tw

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Academic, Student: Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World Call for Submissions

Relocations logo

Based out of the Asian Institute at the University of Toronto, Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World is a new peer-reviewed, student-run journal and academic forum that seeks to foster dialogue among student researchers working across disciplines, institutions, and regions in Asia and the Pacific. Our aim is to advance and empower student voices while providing novel insights that serve to broaden contemporary viewpoints on the Asia-Pacific.

On a rolling basis throughout the year, the Re:locations academic forum invites quality submissions from both graduate and undergraduate students from any institution who feel that they have meaningful pieces to contribute to this exchange. We encourage both prospectively long-term and temporary contributors to submit any number of their works.

Contributions Considered:

  • Field Notes related to Asia and the Pacific that detail the experiences of students living and working abroad.
  • Analysis & Commentary that are insightful, critical reflections on current events or scholarly literature related to Asia and the Pacific. Interviews are also welcome, pending approval by the Re:locations editorial board.
  • Photo Essays related to Asia and the Pacific that explore social issues or specific people, places, or events and display clarity, documentary integrity, and aesthetic style.

For additional information, please consult the Re:locations Academic Forum Submission Guidelines on our Facebook page  or contact the Editor at relocationsjournal@gmail.com

Deadline: Open/ Rollling

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