Call for Papers: Asia-Pacific Worlds in Motion Graduate Conf on Asia-Pacific Migrations

Deadline: October 25, 2011

Asia-Pacific Worlds in Motion IV: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference on Asia-Pacific Migrations

Organized by

Migration Cluster & Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, National University of Singapore

St John’s College, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia

Metropolis BC, University of British Columbia

Date: February 20-21, 2012
Venue: National University of Singapore, Singapore

Theme: Fixities and Fluidities: Navigating the Dynamics of Migration

Asia-Pacific Worlds in Motion, now on its fourth year, is a graduate conference on regional and global Asia-Pacific migrations, organized by the National University of Singapore and the University of British Columbia. This year’s theme foregrounds the interlocking dynamics of fixities and fluidities in migration today, from a range of social, cultural, political and economic perspectives. (See website for more details).

Keynote Addresses:

Prof. Adrian Bailey, Hong Kong Baptist University and Leeds University
Prof. Daniel Hiebert, University of British Columbia
Prof. Nina Glick Schiller, University of Manchester

Submission Details:

Paper abstract (300 words max.) and CV with contact information and institutional affiliation

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by October 25, 2011.

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