13.-15. aprillil 2018 toimub kolmas Aasia uuringutele keskenduv Baltic Alliance for Asian Studies (BAAS) konverents. Konverents kannab alapealkirja “Dynamic Asia: Shaping the Future.”
Seekordset konverentsi korraldavad Baltic Alliance for Asian studies, Latvian Society for the Study of Religion ja Centre for Korean Studies of the University of Latvia. Konverents toimub Läti Ülikoolis (Latvijas Universitāte), Riias.
Konverentsi eesmärgiks on kokku tuua uurijad Baltikumist ja mujalt, et esitleda oma uurimisvaldkondi ning arutleda erinevatel Aasia ning Lähis-Ida kultuure ja ühiskondi puudutavatel teemadel.
NB! Ettekande ja/või paneeli teema esitamise tähtaeg on 15. detsember, 2017
Konverentsi kodulehekülg leitav SIIT.
Täpsem info inglise keeles:
On behalf of the Baltic Alliance for Asian studies (BAAS), the Latvian Society for the Study of Religions and the Centre for Korean Studies of University of Latvia we are pleased to welcome both junior and senior scholars from a wide range of academic disciplines and professional fields dealing with all regions of Asia and Middle East under the theme: “Dynamic Asia: Shaping the Future”. Dynamic changing Asia confronts us with a number of issues: power rivalry and rising military tensions, territorial disputes, environmental degradation, economic inequality within and between nations, migration, marginalization, war memory, urban and rural challenges, cross-border cultural encounters, identity in the globalized world, changing models for marriage, work and family, the status of women, shaping lifestyles and modes of leisure. By placing “Dynamic Asia: Shaping the Future” at the centre of attention, this conference intends to put a range of important issues on the agenda, for instance:
Korean religions forum will be organized by Centre for Korean Studies during the conference dates. Panels will be participated by a number of scholars distinguished in the field of Korean religion studies and anyone who are interested may freely take part in the discussion and Q&A sessions. The main topics will be: new aspects on Korean aboriginal religions, the history of Korean religiosity, the identity of Korean national religions and the perspective on religion studies in Korea etc.
All presentations should last 20 minutes with 10 minutes for discussion.
Papers are invited in English.
Please send panel, round-table and individual presentation proposals by December 15st, 2017 to: Marika Laudere email@example.com