Attending the Association for Asian Studies conference in Washington D.C.? No doubt your schedule is already jam packed, but make sure to stop by the UC Press booth (#219) to save 40% on new and bestselling titles in the field. Beforehand, head on over to our conference landing page to see what’ll be on display and take early advantage of our conference discount.

Check Out These AAS Sessions Featuring UC Press Authors:

Thursday, March 22nd: 

7:30PM-9:30PM: Exploration and Management of Knowledge in Early Modern China and Japan (Fumiko Joo)

Location: Virginia Suite B, Lobby Level

Friday, March 23rd:

12:45PM-2:45PM: Bodies in Pain, Pleasure, and Flux: Transgressive Femininity in Japanese Media and Literature (Rebecca Copeland)

Location: Wilson B, Mezzanine Level

3:00PM-5:00PM: Reconsidering Recreating Japanese Women: On the Past, Present, and Future of Japanese Women’s and Gender History (Anne Walthall)

Location: Roosevelt Room 3, Exhibit Level

Saturday, March 24th:

10:45AM-12:45PM: Bodies and Structures: Deep-Mapping the Spaces of Japanese History (Kate McDonald)

Location: Thurgood Marshall North, Mezzanine

5:15PM-7:15PM: The Japanese Empire and Its Non-National Actors (Paul Barclay)

Location: Madison B, Mezzanine Level

Sunday, March 25th:

8:30AM-10:30AM: Challenges to the Sinophere (Joshua A. Fogel)

Location: Virginia Suite C, Lobby Level

10:45AM-12:45PM: Histories of Modern Buddhism in India (Richard Jaffe)

Location: Johnson, Mezzanine Level

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