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Japan Studies Association of Canada / Association canadienne d'études sur le Japon


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Japan Studies Association of Canada

2008 Annual Conference 

Place:  Waterloo, Ontario

Date: 3-5 October 2008

   The Japan Studies Association of Canada is the largest organization in the country devoted to academic
   research and teaching related to Japan.  The annual meeting attracts between 70 and 120 scholars and
   graduate students.  The organizers of the 2008 conference welcome proposals from Canadian, Japanese
   and international academics working in any field of Japan Studies.  Proposals for individual papers or full
   panels are encouraged.  Conference organizers will commission a series of papers specifically related to
   the conference theme; they would be delighted to receive proposals from individuals interested in
   preparing an overview presentation related to Japanese innovation in any field.

Inquiries and Paper Proposals can be submitted to:

Dr. Ken Coates, President of the Japan Studies Association of Canada

and Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Waterloo

Proposal Deadline:  31 May 2008

Contact Information:

Email: kcoates@uwaterloo.ca   Telephone: 519 888 4567, ext. 32217

            Mailing Address: 2008 Japan Studies Association of Canada Conference

            Office of the Dean, Faculty of Arts

            University of Waterloo

            200 University Avenue West

            Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1

   Waterloo, Ontario is located approximately one hour west of the Toronto International Airport and 1 ½ hours
   by car from Buffalo, New York.  The Kitchener-Waterloo Regional Airport has regularly scheduled flights
   from Detroit, Michigan.  Travel and accommodation subsidies may be available for conference presenters.

   Call for Papers and Panel Proposals


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