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1. Activities Center of Academia Sinica
2. Forward Hotel Nangang

Final paper due: 30 July 2014
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Deadline: 2014/07/15 17:00 (or until registration if full)

Accepted Presentations
For panel proposals
For individual paper proposals

【Call for Papers】 International Conference on “Modern China in Global Contexts, 1600-Present” 11-13 August 2014  

When: 11-13 August 2014
Where: Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Languages: Chinese and English
Proposal submission period: 1 December 2013 − 31 January 2014
Notification: 28 February 2014
Final paper due: 30 July 2014

The Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, together with the Historical Society for Twentieth Century China, invite panel proposals and individual paper proposals for a conference to be held 11-13 August 2014 in Taipei. We invite presentations of new scholarship on all aspects of modern Chinese history, broadly defined. Preference will be given to papers presenting innovative findings or methodologies, including research in the fields of political, economic, social, religious, urban, diplomatic, intellectual, and cultural history.

Participants will travel to Taipei at their own expense, while accommodation will be provided by the Conference (four nights starting 10 August). Participants should plan to arrive on 10 August and to leave on 14 August. The Conference can help find housing for participants who wish to stay in Taipei longer at their own expense.

Panel proposals and individual paper proposals must be received between 1 December 2013 and 31 January 2014. Panels will consist of 3-5 presenters (including chairs and discussants, who may also be paper-givers). Proposals should include the names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and institutional affiliation of the participant(s). Panel abstracts should be no more than 500 words, and paper abstracts no more than 250 words. The Conference will make the final determination of the make-up of all panels Notification will be made by the end of February 2014. Accepted papers must be submitted by 30 July 2014. Accepted papers will be posted to a password-protected website, and made available to participants through the website.

Proposal Submission
1. Application from :
panel proposal, individual paper
2. Application from (PDF) submission:
Proposal Submission
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