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The Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ)
ASCJ emphasizes interdisciplinary scholarly exchange on Asia in English-language format to broaden communication among researchers of diverse disciplines and backgrounds who are based in Japan. The conference also welcomes scholars from other countries. ASCJ conducts a yearly conference. Everyone world-wide interested in Asian studies is invited to participate. The inaugural meeting of ASCJ was held in October 1997. ASCJ is an affiliate of the Association for Asian Studies,
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Contact the organizers:
email:
ascj20xx[at]gmail.com

Asian Studies Conference Japan
c/o Institute of Asian Cultural Studies University Hall, 2F
International Christian University (ICU)
3-10 Osawa, Mitaka
Japan 181-8585


Conferences
Inaugural conference
1998 conference
1999 conference
2000 conference
2001 conference
2002 conference
2003 conference
2004 conference
2005 conference
2006 conference
2007 conference
2008 conference
2009 conference
2010 conference
2011 conference

Executive Committee
Asian Studies Conference Japan

At the Business Meeting held during the Seventeenth Asian Studies Conference Japan in June 2013, elections were held for the Executive Committee and for the officers of President, Vice-President (two officers), and Web Master. Elections will next be held at the Business Meeting at the Nineteenth Asian Studies Conference in June 2017.

Christopher Bondy
International Christian University (ICU), Japanese Society
bondy[at]icu.ac.jp

[Elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Mark Caprio [ASCJ President]
Rikkyo University, Korean History
caprio[at]rikkyo.ne.jp
[
Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

John T. Dorsey
Rikkyo University, Comparative Literature
dorsey[at]rikkyo.ac.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Robert Eskildsen [ASCJ Treasurer]
International Christian University (ICU), Japanese History
eskildsen[at]icu.ac.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Karl Friday
Saitama University, Japanese History
kfriday[at]mail.saitama-u.ac.jp
[Elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Thomas Gill
Meiji Gakuin University, Social Anthropology
gill[at]k.meijigakuin.ac.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Bettina Gramlich-Oka [AAS Council of Conferences Representative]
Sophia University, Japanese History
gramlich-oka[at]sophia.ac.jp]

[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Linda Grove
Sophia University, Chinese History (Emerita)
l-grove[at]sophia.ac.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Jenine Heaton
Kansai University, Taiwanese Studies
JLHeaton[at]kcc.zaq.ne.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Christian A. Hess [ASCJ Web Master]
Sophia University, Chinese History
cahess[at]sophia.ac.jp
[Elected for a two-year term of office beginning
June 30, 2015]

Lisa Yinghong Li
J.F. Oberlin University, Chinese Literature
lisayhli[at]obirin.ac.jp
[Electred for a two year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Koichiro Matsuda [ASCJ Vice-President]
Rikkyo University, Japanese Political Thought
kmatsuda[at]rikkyo.ac.jp
[
Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Noriko Murai
Sophia University, Art History
nmurai[at]sophia.ac.jp
[Elected for a two year term of office beginning June 30, 2016]

Sven Saaler
Sophia University, Modern Japanese History
saaler[at]sophia.ac.jp
[Re-lected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Matthew Strecher
Sophia Univerisy, Japanese Literature
mcstrecher[at]yahoo.com
[Elected for two-year office beginning June 30, 2016]

Yusuke Tanaka
Meiji Gakuin University, Modern Japanese Intellectual History
jusket[at]gmail.com
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]

Alex Vesey
Meiji Gakuin University, Comparative Cultural History
avesey[at]meijigakuin.ac.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2016]

Michael Watson
Meiji Gakuin University, Japanese Literature
watson[at]k.meijigakuin.ac.jp
[Re-elected for a two-year term of office beginning June 30, 2015]