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SubjectCall for Abstracts | 21st EWC International Graduate Student Conference on the Asia-Pacific
Date2021-09-23
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Aloha,

I hope this email finds you well. I am a co-chair of the annual International Graduate Student Conference (IGSC) at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. The IGSC is an interdisciplinary academic conference bringing together graduate students and young scholars from around the world in an intellectually stimulating environment for discussion on issues relating to the Asia-Pacific region. The IGSC is a great opportunity to collaborate and learn from young academics, as well as to connect with other scholars of Asia and Oceania. This year's theme is particularly relevant to graduate students researching and integrating communities in the Asia-Pacific region, but is open to young scholars of all fields of study.

I am reaching out to ask for your assistance in sharing the below Call for Abstracts with any graduate students and young scholars who might be interested. The submission deadline is September 30th.

Thank you so much!

Best regards,
Manca Sustarsic
IGSC 2022 Co-chair

 
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Call for Abstracts: 21st Annual IGSC Conference

Fully Virtual Format: February 17-20, 2022

Learn more at igsc2022.com

 

Aloha mai kākou, 

The East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference (IGSC) has an open Call for Abstracts for its 21st annual conference with the theme Reimagining Our Shared Future. 

IGSC welcomes abstracts from current graduate students, as well as from young professionals and scholars, who have completed a graduate degree within the past three years.

We are looking for submissions from various fields of study that:

  1. Aim to contribute to the sharing and advancement of the multiple knowledges, epistemologies, and ontologies of the Asia-Pacific region; and
  2. Reimagine theory, practice, and policy for a more just and sustainable shared future. 

We also invite artistic expressions that utilize alternative methods for reimagining the world we live in. 
 

The 2022 IGSC will feature:

  • Keynote address
  • Graduate student workshops focusing on Asia-Pacific:
    • Tips for publishing 
    • Career opportunities in academia and beyond
    • Applying for research grants
  • Policy implications panel
  • Networking space
  • Social events and activities
  • Closing panel
To submit a proposal for the IGSC 2022 conference, please go to the proposal submission site.
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT NOW

All submissions must be made through the Submittable online system (you need to first create an account). No submissions will be accepted via email. The deadline to submit proposals is September 30th, 2021, 23:59 hrs (Hawai‘i Standard Time).

The conference registration fee is $40. A limited number of waivers will be available to IGSC presenters who are experiencing financial hardship, and will depend on funding availability.

Please see our conference website for complete information regarding the conference and the theme. Please read answers to our Frequently Asked Questions. For any other questions, send your inquiry to the IGSC team at igsc@eastwestcenter.org

Thank you in advance for your interest in IGSC 2022. Please circulate this with people who might be interested. We look forward to reviewing your abstracts.


The IGSC Team

IGSC is a student-run initiative of the East-West Center Education Program. The Center's Education Program offers funding for graduate study at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa and provides a dynamic residential experience for graduate students to develop lifelong relationships and a powerful sense of community with others who share an interest in and commitment to the Asia Pacific region. Explore opportunities with the East-West Center Education Program here
The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. The Center is an independent, public, nonprofit organization with funding from the U.S. government, and additional support provided by private agencies, individuals, foundations, corporations, angovernments in the region.
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