The UCLA Program for Early Modern Southeast Asia (PEMSEA), a collaborative project among UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawai’i-Mānoa Center for Southeast Asian Studies, and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation’s Southeast Asia Initiative, is inviting research proposals from graduate students and scholars that focus on climate and anthropogenic change, disaster responses, and interactions (i.e., trade) during
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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association is inviting paper and poster contributions for the 22nd Congress to be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand from the 7th to 12th of November 2022.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is 15th August 2022.
WEBINAR: In a Nutshell: Examining the Oversimplification of Jomon Period Ground Stone through Starch Grain Analysis in Southern Hokkaido Japan
The Archaeological Centre at the University of Toronto will be hosting a talk titled "In a Nutshell: Examining the Oversimplification of Jomon Period Ground Stone through Starch Grain Analysis in Southern Hokkaido Japan" by Dr Emma Yasui via Zoom on Friday, November 5, 2021, at 3:00 PM EST. Those interested in attending can register via the following link: Meeting Registration - Zoom
NAHA -- Japan's oldest-known color accessory has been unearthed from a stratum in cave ruins dating back to the Paleolithic period about 23,000 years ago in southernmost Okinawa Prefecture, a local museum announced on Oct. 21.
The newest issue of the Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities (BMFEA) in Stockholm is a special edition for the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the Yangshao Culture by Johan Gunnar Andersson. For this special event, we have created a booklet of abstracts in both English and Chinese.
University of Toronto
Paperback edition of Archaeology of East Asia: The Rise of Civilization in China, Korea and Japan now available
The National Geographic Society has recently announced they are opening applications to the Meridian Projects and National Geographic Society Grants Program. Please find more details here: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/funding-opportunities/grants/