ICAS 11 Update - June 2019


The ICAS 11 programme is available now! Check out the large variety of panels and roundtables at our website.

You can also sit down in our film room at Lipsius or at the Trainon Cinema to enjoy a number of interesting documentaries during the ICAS 11 film festival.

The city centre of Leiden will be enveloped in an Asian theme during ICAS 11. Together with Leiden City the ICAS team is working on a ‘Leiden Asia Week’ during which a variety of cultural side events throughout the city centre will be offered. For a sneak peek of some of the events, please visit our side events website.

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ICAS 11 Update - April 2019

Tentative Programme
The preparation of the ICAS 11 programme are in full swing. A tentative programme will be published on the conference website by mid-May.

Colleagues’ Choice Award – Vote now!
The ICAS Book Prize (IBP) awards ceremony will be held during ICAS 11. More than 400 books have been submitted for the English edition of the ICAS Book Prize. In addition to the jury-selected prizes, the IBP will also present the Colleagues' Choice Award. For this we invite you to vote for your favourite titles in the Humanities category and the Social Sciences category. The online voting system is open now.

ICAS Book Prize – Short and Longlists
We are excited to announce a number of this year’s ICAS Book Prize short and longlists!

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ICAS 11 Update - March 2019

ICAS 11 in IIAS Newsletter

Early bird Registration: Deadline 15 March
Please take advantage of the early bird registration fee, which will be available until 15 March. Please note that all participants accepted for ICAS 11 should register before this deadline or confirm participation with the organisers at icas11@iias.nl.

Themes at ICAS 11
Get an idea of the broad array of the topics that will be discussed at ICAS 11 by browsing the overview of the accepted proposal titles.

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ICAS 11 Update - February 2019

The preparations for ICAS 11 are in full swing. We are expecting more than 2000 Asia specialists and representatives of civil society to participate in over 500 panels, roundtables, book presentations, and PhD pitches. There will be an array of other activities in the centre of Leiden ranging from exhibitions and film/documentary screenings, to an Asian Studies Book Fair in which many local and international publishers and institutions will have booths. For more information on reserving a booth or advertising opportunities at ICAS 11, please refer to our website.

Early bird Registration: Deadline 15 March
Registration for ICAS 11 is open. Please take advantage of the early bird registration fee, which will be available until 15 March.

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