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A call for papers for the Southeast Asianists out there

Call for papers below. Head to the CASA Website for more info.

Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies Conference 2011
Toronto, Canada
14-16th October 2011

Location: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (Asian Institute)
Munk School of Global Affairs
University of Toronto.


The CCSEAS conference is Canada’s largest meeting of researchers concerned with Southeast Asia and the region’s connections with the rest of the world. The conference will feature leading researchers from across the country and around the world. We look forward to welcoming all researchers, students, and activists with an interest in Southeast Asia. We also welcome specialists of other regions with comparative interests with Southeast Asian countries.

Individual paper submissions for the conference are accepted, but we also strongly encourage proposals for organized sessions. For organized sessions, we encourage organizers to bring together three papers and a discussant, or four papers, per session to facilitate panel coherence and dialogue.

The program committee is also open to proposals for other session formats, such as round-table discussions or cultural performances.  For further details on the submission of abstracts for papers, sessions or panels, go to Abstract Submission.

Information regarding registration will be available shortly on this website.


CCSEAS, in cooperation with the Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (Asian Institute) at the University of Toronto, is sponsoring a dissertation workshop on Transforming Southeast Asia: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives.  The workshop will be held on October 16-18, 2011 at the University of Toronto.  For more details, see the Dissertation Workshop information page.


Abstracts for papers and sessions can now be submitted on-line. The deadline for session proposal and individual paper submissions will be 1 April 2011.


All inquires and conference correspondence should be sent to:

Programme committee:

Jacques Bertrand (U of T, Chair, and President CCSEAS)
Sarah Turner (McGill University, Vice-President, CCSEAS)
Melissa Marschke (U of Ottawa, Treasurer, CCSEAS)
Joshua Barker (U of Toronto)

Conference logistics:  Jim Delaney
Website manager: Jim Delaney

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