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Asia in Motion: Horizons in Hope

AAS-in-ASIA - Kyoto, Japan
June 24-27, 2016
Doshisha University

Presentations at the AAS-in-ASIA conference will deal with all regions of Asia on subjects covering a wide range of scholarly disciplines and professional fields under the theme "ASIA IN MOTION: HORIZONS OF HOPE." Sessions addressing this theme on topics as diverse as political and economic changes, literary and cultural expression, environmental sustainability, media and pop cultural production, food and energy policy, new models for Asian enterprise and business, as well as issues of globalization and urban growth will be presented.

The 2016 AAS-in-ASIA conference is jointly sponsored by the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), and Doshisha University.

The 2016 AAS-in-ASIA FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAM is AVAILABLE for public viewing via this website. CLICK ON 'VIEW THE ONLINE PROGRAM' to see a full listing of participants, panel abstracts, paper abstracts, search by date, location, title & keyword search, etc.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO LOG IN TO VIEW THE ONLINE PROGRAM. Logging in is ONLY necessary if you would like to use the scheduling feature and save your schedule to your outlook calendar or for future editing.

Option 1: VIEW THE PROGRAM AS A “GUEST”. Anyone may search the program by clicking the “View the Online Program” link to the left. You may search and browse the schedule as a “Guest”. You may also use the My Schedule feature to build a schedule which may be printed or saved to Outlook calendar, however as a “Guest”, you will not have access to save the schedule for future reference.

Option 2: LOG IN TO VIEW THE PROGRAM. Login to the All Academic program to take full advantage of the “My Schedule” feature. Panel Participant’s logging in for the first time may request their username and password via the Log-In procedure column to the right. (All participants already have a username and password generated in the system). Logged in Panel Participants will find their panel information already listed in ‘My Schedule’.  

General Conference Attendees (not presenting on a session) may also Create a New Account. Logged in visitors will have the ability to save a schedule in the system for future reference or changes.

AAS MEMBER USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS WILL NOT WORK HERE. If you want to log in to save a schedule and do not already have an account, please create a new account.  If you are a participant on a panel session, you already have an account as your name is listed in this system-simply click forgot password and the password will be sent to the email that was submitted on your original proposal.

We look forward to your colleagueship in Kyoto.

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IMPORTANT: Logging into this system is only required to save a personal schedule. PANEL PARTICIPANTS: An account was automatically created for all individuals on the program by the panel proposal organizers during the call for papers process. PLEASE DO NOT CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT IF YOU ARE A PANEL PARTICIPANT AS YOU ALREADY HAVE ONE. If this is your first visit to this site, please refer to the email sent by the system indicating your login credentials or request your user name and password below by entering the email address on file as it relates to your participation at the conference.

AAS MEMBERS: The user names and passwords to access this PROPOSAL SUBMISSION system ARE NOT LINKED to your AAS MEMBERSHIP DATABASE user name and passwords. These are two independent systems. You MUST CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT here or if you are a panel participant, search for your existing user name and password information. .

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