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Registration details for ASAA Conference 2018

Registration for paper-givers is now closed. All registrations now are for attendance only. Please register by 1 June to receive a printed name lanyard.

 

Registrations open 1 December 2017
Early registrations close 31 January 2018
Normal registrations (paper-givers) close 5 March 2018
Late registrations (non-paper givers) close 30 June 2018

Registration includes all conference sessions and keynotes, lunches, afternoon teas, and all conference materials. All prices are inclusive of GST.

ASAA member full registration (3-5 July 2018)

Early registration $295
Late registration $495

If you are not yet an ASAA member but wish to become one, register as a member here.

Non-member full registration (3-5 July 2018)

Early registration $450
Late registration $550

ASAA student member full registration (3-5 July 2018)

Early registration $150
Late registration $200

Students must be ASAA members to be eligible for the student price. To become a student member, register here.

ASAA retiree/unwaged/casual full registration (3-5 July 2018)

Early registration $150
Late registration $200

Retirees must be ASAA members to be eligible for the retiree price. To become a member, register here.

Single day registration 

$250

Conference dinner registration (excluding beverages)

Regular $50
Students/retirees/unwaged/casuals $40

Program Schedule

View the program here.

Colours indicate panels with a sub-regional focus. Green equals East Asia, yellow equals South Asia, pink equals Southeast Asia. Red panels are discussion panels.

Sub-regional Keynote Speakers

Association of Mainland Southeast Asia Scholars (AMSEAS) 

Professor Katherine Bowie, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Chinese Studies Association of Australia (CSC)

Dr Kevin Carrico, Macquarie University

Indonesia Council 

Anis Hidaya, Migrant Care Indonesia

Korean Studies Association of Australasia (KSAA)

Professor Andrew Eungi Kim, Korea University 

Japanese Studies Association of Australia (JSAA)

Professor Daniel Botsman, Yale University

South Asian Studies Association of Australia (SASAA)

Professor Niraja Gopal Jayal, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Malaysia and Singapore Society of Austraia (MASSA)

Emeritus Professor Jomo Kwame Sundaram, University of Malaya

Timor Leste Studies Association (TLSA)

Dr Lia Kent, Australian National University

Schedule

Time

Activity

09:00-12:30 

Postgraduate Workshop 

13:00-17:00 

Pre-conference Workshops 

Evening 

Associated events 

Time

Activity

08:30-09:30 

Registration 

09:30-10:30 

Plenary 

10:40-12:00 

Panel Sessions 1.1

12:00-13:30 

Lunch and Interest Group Meetings 

13:30-14:50 

Panel Sessions 1.2

14:50-15:30 

Afternoon Tea and Book Launches 

15:30-16:50 

Panel Sessions 1.3

17:00-17:45 

Sub-regional Keynotes 

17:45-18:30 

Sub-regional Association Meetings 

19:30-21:30 

Sub-regional Association Dinners 

Time

Activity

08:00-09:20 

Panel Sessions 2.1

09:30-10:50 

Panel Sessions 2.2

11:00-12:00 

Roundtables 

12:00-13:30 

Lunch and Interest Group Meetings 

13:30-14:50 

Panel Sessions 2.3

14:50-15:30 

Afternoon Tea and Book Launches 

15:30-16:50 

Panel Sessions 2.4

17:00-18:00 

ECR Networking Event 

19:30-21:30 

Conference Dinner 

Time

Activity

09:00-10:20 

Panel Sessions 3.1

10:30-11:50 

Panel Sessions 3.2

12:00-13:30 

Lunch and Interest Group Meetings 

13:30-14:50 

Panel Sessions 3.3

14:50-15:30 

Afternoon Tea and Book Launches 

15:30-16:30 

ASAA AGM 

16:30-17:45 Conference Drinks