Attending the Association of Asian Studies conference in Denver? No doubt your schedule is already jam packed, but make sure to stop by the UC Press booth (#306) to save 40% on new and bestselling titles in the field. As the conference continues, follow along with the #AAS2019 blog series to learn more about our new titles and authors.

Check Out These AAS Sessions Featuring UC Press Authors:

Friday, March 22nd:

9:00-10:45AM (Director’s Row H): A Nation of Emigrants: New Research on Transpacific Mobilities and Identity in Imperial Japan (Eiichiro Azuma)

11:15AM-1:00PM (Director’s Row J): Development as Cultural Contestation (Jinsoo An)

1:30-3:15PM (Plaza Court 1): JAS-at-AAS: Remaking of the Modern World: C.A. Bayly’s Legacy in Asian Studies (Bin Wong)

Saturday, March 23rd: 

11:15AM-1:00PM (Plaza Court 1): Islam in Asian Studies (David Atwill)

3:00PM-4:45PM (Plaza Court 6): The Art of Divorce in Japanese Literature from Ancient Times to the Present (Rebecca Copeland)

3:00-4:45PM (Silver, Tower Bldg.): Cold War Circuits and Crossings: Literature, Film, and Dance Networks in East Asia (Emily Wilcox)

Sunday, March 24th: 

9:00-10:45AM (Columbine, Tower Bldg.): The Spatial Turn in Japanese History (Marcia Yonemoto)

9:00-10:45AM (Plaza Court 1): Politics and Ideology: Classroom China in the Age of Higher Education Globalization (Richard Madsen)

11:00AM-12:45PM (Capitol, Tower Bldg.): From Farmers Gold to Parasite Citizens: Disease, Health, and Medical Imaginations in 20th-Century East Asia (Nicole Barnes)