[KS] conference poster posting

­이석구(전임교원/문과대학 영어영문학) skrhee at yonsei.ac.kr
Fri Jun 14 00:47:25 EDT 2019

Please share the following conference poster with KS scholars. Thanks.

*2019 **Situations* *International Conference *

*Ethnicity, Race and Racism in Asia *

School of the Humanities, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 24
October-26 October 2019

*Keynote Speakers*

*Chua Beng Huat* (National U of Singapore), Sacrificing Cosmopolitanism for
the Postcolonial Nation

*Meaghan Morris *(U of Sydney), On "right-wing" identity politics:
reflections between Australia and Hong Kong

*Stephen C. K Chan *(Lingnan U), A Hong Kong Critique of Identity:
Belonging and becoming in the aberrant post-colony

*Kasian Tejapira* (Thammasat U) A flea on the dragon’s back: How Siam
bonded itself to China’s political and economic supply chains

*Purnima Bose* (Indiana U), The Post-Colonial Afterlife of Martial Race

*C. J. W.-L. Wee* (Nanyang Tech U*) , *Networking Contemporary Asia: The
Japan Foundation Asia Center Symposia on Contemporary Art

*John Nguyet Erni *(Hong Kong Baptist U), Is Ethnic Cultural Participation
the Answer?

*Proposal Guidelines*

*1. Early inquiries with 200-word abstracts are appreciated. The deadline
for a 4,000-word presentation is September 1 2019. *

2. Please include a bio-statement with your original submission. All
submissions should follow the Chicago Manual of

Style (16th ed.). Endnotes recommended. Refer to

3. Each invited participant is expected to turn his or her initial
presentation into a 6,000-word paper for possible inclusion in a future
issue of

the* SCOPUS-indexed *journal*, Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian
Context (http://situations.yonsei.ac.kr <http://situations.yonsei.ac.kr>*).

4. We will provide hotel accommodation for each invited speaker. Upon
acceptance of the proposal, a partial defrayment of the airfare will be

available while funding lasts.

5. All correspondence should be addressed to Terence Murphy the Editor at
tmurphy at yonsei.ac.kr and cc’d to Rhee Suk Koo the Managing

Editor at skrhee at yonsei.ac.kr*.*

Co-hosted by School of the Humanities, Nanyang Technological University and
the Department of English, Yonsei University

CFP categories:

*Asia; race; racism; ethnicity; multiculturalism; belonging; exclusion;
cosmopolitanism; diversity; pluralism; populism; refugees *

Suk Koo Rhee, Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington
Managing Editor of *Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context* (
Professor of English, College of Liberal Arts
Adjunct Professor of Comparative Literature and Culture
Underwood International College
Yonsei University
Seoul, 03722, South Korea
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