Call for papers / Cultural Typhoon 2020 at University of Nagasaki, Nagasaki, Japan

The Association for Cultural Typhoon (ACT, Japan) is calling for proposals for panels and individual papers for the 2020 annual conference to be held at Siebold Campus, University of Nagasaki, Nagasaki, from June 27–28, 2020. Individual presentations should be 25 minutes in length with five minutes for questions and discussion. Group presentations should be 90 minutes in length, including time for questions and discussion. <Application> To submit your proposal, please download one of the forms below, fill it out, and email it as an attached file to: apply.cultural.typhoon@gmail.com Application Form (Individual Presentation) Application Form (Group Presentation) Please note that the proposal should be submitted in Microsoft Word (.doc) . The deadline for application: 31st December, …

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Cultural Typhoon 2020 (CT2020) Statement

Call for Papers: A Port of ‘Cranes’ in the 21st Century: Mobilities, Exchanges and Histories Cultural Typhoon 2020 (CT2020) will be held in Nagasaki on June 27 – 28, 2020. It offers a great opportunity to discuss mobilities and exchanges of people, information, and knowledge in the age of globalization. The Port of Nagasaki has been historically called “Crane Port” because the shape of the port looks like a crane with spread wings. Nagasaki, with its Crane Port, has historically been a point of transit, hosting departures and arrivals between Japan and East Asia, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Korean Peninsula; Southeast Asia; and Europe, particularly Portugal and The Netherlands. …

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Call for participants/Project Works

Call for participants The Association for Cultural Typhoon (Japan) invites proposals for project works for the 2019 annual conference to be held at Keio University, Tokyo, from 1 to 2 June 2019. Project Works is a session that we accept workshops, performances and art exhibitions in a more alternative way than paper presentations. Registration is free in Cultural Typhoon 2019. Participation fee is charged on the day of your presentation (Employed/full-time: 3000yen, Other: 1000 yen). Non Cultural Typhoon members can also register in the session. Please note that if you invite artists, performers and the like as a guest to your project, the guest also will have to pay participation fee. The …

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Paper Presentation Registration Fee

If you are not currently member of the Association for Cultural Typhoon, you need to pay a ‘Paper Presentation Registration Fee’ after receiving an acceptance of your proposal. Paper Presentation Registration Fee (Pay after receiving acceptance of proposal) Employed (full-time)     9,900 yen Other           4,900 yen *If you would like to register as an ACT member, you need not pay Paper Presentation Registration Fee.   <Payment Methods> (1) Transfer to Japan Post Bank Company, Limited Branch (支店名):  438 Account Number (口座番号): 9392112 Account Name (名前):  カルチュラル・スタディーズガッカイ *Please make the payment in your registered name. (2) PayPal Cultural Typhoon 2019 Paper Presentation Registration Fee Employed (full-time) ¥9,900 JPYOther ¥4,900 JPY Fill in your name …

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Cultural Typhoon 2019 at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Call for Papers

The Association for Cultural Typhoon (ACT, Japan) is calling for proposals for panels and individual papers for the 2019 annual conference to be held at Mita Campus, Keio University, Tokyo, from June 1–2, 2019. Individual presentations should be 25 minutes in length with five minutes for questions and discussion. Group presentations should be 90 minutes in length, including time for questions and discussion. <Application> To submit your proposal, please download one of the forms below, fill it out, and email it as an attached file to: apply.cultural.typhoon@gmail.com Application Form (Individual Presentation) Application Form (Group Presentation) The deadline for application: 21st December, 2018. CT2019 will accept papers from both ACT members …

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Cultural Typhoon 2019 (CT2019) Statement

[Alt]+[CS]=?  Towards an Alternative Cultural Studies Cultural Typhoon was first held at Waseda University in 2003 under the theme ‘Expressive Culture and Anti-Globalization in the Global Era’. A certain current of emotion that emanated there induced us—Keio University team—to stage a guerrilla performance in front of the Okuma Auditorium. Fast-forward a few years and now we are organizing the seventeenth Cultural Typhoon for 2019. As you know, Cultural Typhoon became an academic association in 2012, and thus an institution. Considering the backlash in recent years against the humanities, social sciences and liberal arts, the need to support the careers of young scholars and postgraduate students, the possibility of promoting international …

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