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Call for Papers: ASIANetwork Exchange

The Editors of ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts seek submissions for individual articles, Guest Editors, and media/book reviews. 
The ASIANetwork Exchange is the scholarly publication of ASIANetwork, a consortium of 160 liberal arts colleges with Asian Studies programs.  The ASIANetwork Exchange is a peer-reviewed publication, catering primarily to faculty appointed in liberal arts institutions with programs in Asian Studies. The ASIANetwork Exchange seeks to publish current research, as well as high-quality pedagogical essays written by specialists and non-specialists alike.  We are particularly interested in publishing articles that are suitable for incorporation in the undergraduate classroom.  We particularly welcome submissions from promising untenured faculty. Articles are typically 3-5,000 in length to ensure that they can be incorporated intp undergraduate classrooms.
For further information about the journal, please consult the website  The journal is now available electronically and in an open access (no charge) format.  To sumbit articles, guest editorship proposals, media and/or book reviews, simply register as a user of the website and follow the instructions available "Submissions".
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South Asia history seminar at the School of Oriental and African Studies

Happy new year and a warm welcome to the beginning of the new term. Please find attached the list of speakers for the South Asian history seminar at SOAS this term - we have a really exciting line up. This information, as well as abstracts of the papers and the full titles of some of the papers, will be appearing on the seminar website so please keep an eye on that:

SAHSA mixer with the Conference on Asian History

As you know, we have been coordinating with the Conference of Asian History for this year's AHA.  This evening immediately following our business meeting (Marriott Downtown, O'Hare Room, 10th floor from 5-6pm), we will socialize with historians from CAH.  Thanks to Stefan Tanaka, President of CAH, we have a suite for our gathering located on the 44th floor of the Marriott Hotel, Room 4417.  Michael, Anne, and I look forward to welcoming you at the event beginning at 6PM.  Please feel free to bring colleagues.  Wine and small bites are available for a $15 donation.