Thursday, 31 October–Saturday, 2 November
Utah Valley Convention Center
Early bird prices until Sunday, 1 September
Arabic language professionals are invited to attend the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) and a special workshop and dinner held on Saturday afternoon and evening at the Sundance Resort. Participants include researchers and innovative thinkers from among the ranks of Arabists, such as Emma Trentman (New Mexico), Khaled Abouamsha (Qasid), Martha Schulte-Nafeh (Michigan), Mustafa Mughazy (Western Michigan), Sonia Shiri (Arizona), as well as Ray Clifford and Project Perseverance team members, Dan Dewey and Jennifer Bown.
To attend this workshop, please register for at least one day (Saturday) Read More…
“Social and Economic Transformation in Asia Pacific”
30 September–13 October
Destinations: Honolulu, Hawaii; Beijing, China, Seoul, Korea
Application deadline: Friday, 19 July
Each year the East-West Center invites rising young leaders from the United States and Asia Pacific to participate in The New Generation Seminar (NGS), a two-week intensive educational, dialogue, and study tour travel program. The program is developed around a thematic focus and provides participants with an opportunity to strengthen their understanding of Asia Pacific–U.S. developments and challenges, build a regional network and to become leaders with a more international perspective. The first week of the program is held in Hawaii. Read More…
Tuesday, 4 June
8:00 a.m.—1:30 p.m.
Hotel Monaco, 15 W 200 S, SLC
Women executives and entrepreneurs face a unique set of challenges when expanding their businesses internationally. Attendees will receive practical guidance from business women and experts who have personal experience Read More…
Submission deadline: Friday, 16 August
Conference dates: 10–14 January 2014
The 12th annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities encourages the following types of submissions: Research Papers, Abstracts, Student Papers, Case Studies, Work-in-Progress Reports or Proposals for Future Research, and Reports on Issues Related to Teaching.
Acceptable presentation forms include paper sessions, workshop presentations, panel sessions, and poster sessions.
See full conference details online.
“Canada in the Hemisphere”
Tampa Marriott Waterside and Marina
The 2013 ACSUS Biennial is expected to draw approximately 500 attendees from a diverse group of scholars in Canadian and comparative studies representing over a dozen disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. Attendees will come from the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Asia, and beyond.
Practitioners, opinion shapers, and researchers in border policy, North American political, economic, and cultural policy will also be present. Attendees represent universities and colleges, associations, think tanks Read More…