AAS 2020 Annual Conference- Boston, MA

History around every corner, and so much more!
 Join us in experiencing this wonderful city and conference locations.

Join us in Boston March 19-22, 2020

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


Anyone interested in the study of Asia should not miss this must-attend conference:  

 University Faculty & Administrators   •   Graduate Students   •   Librarians   •   Museum Staff
Independent Scholars & Researchers   •   Journalists   •   Publishers & Editors  •   Think Tank Teams

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?


The Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference is the largest Asian Studies conference held in North America.  Individuals attending the AAS Annual Conference are presented with the latest research within multiple disciplines in Asian Studies as well as unlimited networking opportunities via receptions, business meetings, and one-on-one contact with the editors & publishers located in our Book Exhibition.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE & ATTEND


Asianists interested in presenting their latest research should submit a proposal during the Call for Proposals.  Membership is not a requirement for submission or participation.  We welcome all persons interested in general attendance (not presenting) or those interested in presenting their latest research. The Call for Proposals is currently open and closes August 6, 2019.
Conference registration opens to the public in September 2019.

About the Association Asian Studies Annual Conference

2019 AAS Conference Stats

3217 Attendees
372 Sessions
100 Exhibitors
1818 Speakers

Exhibit & Advertise

As the largest Asian Studies Conference worldwide, exhibit and advertise with the AAS to gain exposure to the AAS’ 7000 members, and conference attendees encompassing over 3,300 university administers, professors, librarians, teachers, museum curators, students, researchers and many more Asian studies professionals.