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Adam Matthew Digital Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

Adam Matthew Digital is an award-winning publisher of digital primary source collections for the humanities and social sciences. We collaborate with leading libraries and academics around the world to produce research and teaching collections for universities, colleges and libraries. We believe that at the heart of education is the freedom to think critically. Harnessing the

NUS Press Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Press publishes academic books and journals, in the social science and humanities disciplines, as well as high-quality general non-fiction. The Press is particularly attentive to the needs and priorities of researchers, writers and readers vitally concerned with Singapore and Southeast Asia. NUS Press is very happy to be sponsoring

CULCON Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

CULCON Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

CULCON (U.S.-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange) is excited to take part in AAS-in-Asia 2020 for the first time under this difficult time. Since CULCON has often participated in the past AAS Conferences in the U.S. by the support of Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission (JUSFC), we are particularly happy this time to be able to

The Tang Prize Foundation Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

The Tang Prize Foundation is delighted to be one of the sponsors of this year’s AAS-in-Asia conference. Founded in Taiwan in 2012, the biannual Tang Prize aims to draw urgent attention to the most critical issues facing humanity in the 21st century. To accomplish this goal, since 2014, it has been awarding remarkable achievements in

Rainbow Trading Co. Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

Rainbow Trading Co. is a bookstore, specialising in distributing North Korean materials: books, paintings, propaganda posters, stamps, etc. The bookstore is run by the Japan-based academic Jun Miyagawa. The collection of materials include rare, limited edition books that are hard to find elsewhere around the world. If you are interested in North Korean printed materials,

Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) Kyoto University AAS in Asia 2020

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University ( was founded in 1963. Since then, it has focused on the dynamic differences and diversity that exist within the region. As a research Center of Excellence, it embraces a multidisciplinary approach to area studies by including

Nichibunken Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

The International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken) was founded in Kyoto, 1987. Devoted to interdisciplinary and comprehensive research on Japanese culture from a global perspective, it is an inter-university research institute supported by government funds. Nichibunken provides research cooperation and support for Japanese studies scholars around the world. Library and Resources Nichibunken performs the

Wanfang Data Corporation Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

Message from Wanfang Data Corporation (International) Ltd As a branch company of Wanfang Data set up in Hong Kong, we felt so sad to see the conference being moved from Hong Kong to Kobe due to the political turmoil in our hometown, and ultimately postponed and changed to an online conference due to the coronavirus

Routledge Sponsors AAS-in-Asia 2020

Routledge, Taylor & Francis are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s AAS-in-Asia conference and are looking forward to exhibiting virtually. Although we can’t be there in person, we welcome the opportunity to make new connections, catch-up with our publishing partners, and discover how researchers will engage with the theme of ‘Solidarity through Scholarship’. Colleagues from