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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

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Special Panel: Asia Matters Podcast: South Asia’s Dual Crisis: Covid-19 and Climate Change

South Asia has become one of the worst-hit parts of the world by COVID-19, with the pandemic causing particular harm among society’s poorest. In April, The World Bank forecast the region is likely to record their worst growth performance in four decades this year due to the health crisis. Its struggle against the virus has

Special Panel | Godzilla and Global Anxiety from Hiroshima to COVID-19​

Since Godzilla’s first appearance in the 1954 classic Gojira, the King of the Monsters has become a cinematic icon and a globally recognized symbol of Japan. Born of American H-bomb testing in the South Pacific, Godzilla tapped into Japanese audiences’ traumatic memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as well as international fears of the Cold War

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