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IPSA & ISA Future Upcoming Conferences & Call for Papers

Dear all,

Just following what we discussed today in Janet’s Workshop, I would like to share with you the websites of two of the most prestigious academic organizations (specially in the field of Political Science):

International Political Science Association (IPSA) http://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper

International Studies Association (ISA) http://www.isanet.org/meetings/conferences.html#jic

Best,

Juan Uriburu

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Academia Sinica “1st World Congress of Taiwan Studies” (April 26-28)

Dear all,

I thought you might be interested in taking part of the “1st World Congress of Taiwan Studies”, to be held at Academia Sinica on April 26-28.

This is a unique opportunity, since it is the first time ever that such a Congress is organized !! As a matter of fact, it is jointly organized by 11 Institutes and Centers under the Humanities and Social Sciences Division of Academia Sinica.

It consists of 3 keynote speeches, 26 sessions and… 107 papers!!! (you can check them out in http://wcts.sinica.edu.tw/index.php)

If none of them catch your interest… well… what could it possibly be said, except that you might have been living in the wrong island?? 😉

Looking forward to seeing you there,

Juan

Program at a Glance

April 26 (Thursday), 2012 / April 27 (Friday), 2012 /  April 28 (Saturday), 2012

 April 26 (Thursday), 2012
08:30 – 09:00 Registration and Breakfast
09:00 – 09:30  Opening Ceremony (International Conference Hall)
09:30 – 10:30  Keynote Speech: Professor Ts’ui-jung Liu (International Conference Hall)
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break and Group Photo
11:00 – 12:30
Session A1: Taiwan’s Unique Changing Natural Environment and Their Impacts on Present-day Human Livelihood (International Conference Hall)
Session B1: Party Politics in Taiwan (1st Conference Room)
Session C1: Studies on Formosan Austronesian Languages (2nd Conference Room)
Session D1: Law & Society in Taiwan (IOS Conference Room 802)
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30
Session A2: Taiwan’s Presence in East Asia during the Cold War (International Conference Hall)
Session B2: Political Institutions in Taiwan (1st Conference Room)
Session C2: Studies on Chinese Languages (2nd Conference Room)
Session D2: Has Taiwanese Economic Structure Had Any Transformations after 30 Years? (IOS Conference Room 802)
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30
Session A3: European Perspectives on Taiwan’s Subjectivity (International Conference Hall)
Session B3: Changing Ruling Parties in Taiwan: Continuity and Change in Domestic and External Policies (1st Conference Room)
Session C3: Infrastructure Projects and Social Control in Japanese Colonial Taiwan (2nd Conference Room)
Session D3: Trade, FDI and Taiwan’s Economic Development (IOS Conference Room 802)
17:30 – 18:00  Performance of Musou Band (International Conference Hall)

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