NUS Press at AAS in Seattle - March 14 to 17 March 5, 2024 16:22

NUS Press is pleased to be exhibiting at the 2024 Asian Studies meeting #AAS24, in Seattle  Washington. Director Peter Schoppert is on a panel to discuss trends in research publishing for Asian Studies, on Saturday at 4:00pm. If you would like to meet Peter to discuss this or other topics, please do book a meeting here.

NUS Press authors presenting at AAS include one of the editors of our new volume in the History of Medicine in Southeast Asia series, Fighting for Health: Michitako Aso.

Other NUS Press (and NIAS Press) authors giving papers at the conference include:

  • Alicia Turner, Champions of Buddhism
  • Allen Hicken, Electoral Dynamics in the Philippines
  • Barbara Watson Andaya, contributor to Ghosts of the Past in Southern Thailand
  • Leonard Andaya, Leaves of the Same Tree
  • Brian Bernards, Writing the South Seas: Imagining the Nanyang in Chinese and Southeast Asian Postcolonial Literature
  • Christina Schwenkel, Interactions with a Violent Past
  • Edgar Liao, The University Socialist Club and the Contest for Malaya
  • Elliott Prasse-Freeman, Unraveling Myanmar's Transition
  • Eric Schluessel, Community Still Matters
  • Faizah Zakaria, contributor to Singaporean Creatures
  • George Dutton, contributor to Cross-Cultural Exchange and the Colonial Imaginary: Global Encounters via Southeast Asia
  • Jenny Hedström, Waves of Upheaval in Myanmar
  • Justine Chambers, Pursuing Morality
  • Lisandro E. Claudio, Liberalism and the Postcolony
  • Mary Callahan, Making EnemiesMaznah Mohamad, Melayu
  • Meredith Weiss, The Roots of Resilience,Towards a New Malaysia?
  • Mette Thunø, Beyond Chinatown
  • Michele Ford, Workers and Intellectuals
  • Min Ye, The Making of Northeast Asia
  • Ole Bruun, Fengshui in China
  • Tami Blumenfield, Doing Fieldwork in China ... with Kids!
  • Vineeta Sinha, Southeast Asian Anthropologies
  • Wataru Kusaka, Moral Politics in the Philippines
  • Maris Diokno, editor of Chinese Footprints in Southeast Asia

Sorry if we left anyone out!  We look forward to seeing you all soon.