JSA-ASEAN

                               The Japanese Studies Association in Southeast Asia

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JSA-ASEAN is an academic network of scholars and researchers set up in 2005 to serve as a catalyst in promoting and advancing Japanese studies in the region. One of the objectives of the association is to organize a biennial conference in the region as the major platform for a trans-disciplinary international exchange and networking among scholars working on Japan in Southeast Asia, as well as other parts of the world.
 
The association conference will enable scholars from the region and beyond to come together regularly to present their research, exchange new ideas and explore the many opportunities for collaborative research that exist. The conference organizers especially encourage younger scholars to participate and will provide financial support on a competitive basis to help facilitate their participation.
 

 

The Third International Conference of JSA-ASEAN was held in Kuala Lumpur on 22-23 February 2012. Please click on the links on the left for details.

The electronic proceedings for the Third International Conference of the Japanese Studies Association in Southeast Asia (2012) is now available.

Please click here for the E-proceedings. 

The E-proceedings for the Second International Conference of the Japanese Studies Association in Southeast Asia (2009) is available here.

Thank you for your participation at the Third International Conference of The Japanese Studies Association in Southeast Asia titled  "Change and Continuity in ASEAN's Perception of Japan since the 1990s" held on 22-23 February 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The conference was hosted by the Malaysian Association of Japanese Studies, and sponsored by the Japan Foundation and Mitsui-NUS Japanese Studies in Southeast Asia Endowment Fund.  

  

  
 

 

 

Second International Conference 22-23 Oct 2009

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