The 20th Annual Graduate Student Conference sponsored by the University of Hawaiâ€˜i at MÄnoa School of Pacific and Asian Studies will take place March 11 (Wednesday) through March 13 (Friday), 2009, at the UH Center for Korean Studies.
The conference–titled Redefining Borders: Looking Toward the Future of Asia-Pacific Studies–is open to students from all disciplines and aims to provide a forum for graduate students from a broad range of specialties to discuss their latest research relating to Asia and the Pacific Islands.
UH-MÄnoa students and students from other colleges and universities–local, mainland, and international–are encouraged to participate.
Abstracts of proposed presentations must be submitted by Monday, January 9, 2009. For detailed information on the submission process and other aspects of the conference, see http://www.hawaii.edu/shaps/gradconf/2009/index.html.