Call for Application: NTU-UTokyo Joint Workshop on “Overcoming Boundaries, Creating Networks: In Search of Multicultural Coexistence in Globalizing Asia”
The Educational Project 4 "Producing Multicultural Communities: Methods, Design, and Praxes" is pleased to invite applications for Joint Workshop on "Overcoming Boundaries, Creating Networks: In Search of Multicultural Coexistence in Globalizing Asia", co-hosted by Global Asia Cluster, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and IHS Program as well as Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia (IASA) at the University of Tokyo (UTokyo), which will be held on 20th of January (Fri.), 2017.
The purpose of this joint workshop is to encourage young scholars from NTU and UTokyo to exchange their research ideas and practices. Some students from Waseda University will also join and present their own researches to have a much deeper insight into the issue of multicultural coexistence in globalizing Asia.
For those who wish to join this joint seminar, upon reading the application requirements below, please send the email, titled "Application for Overcoming Boundaries, Creating Networks: In Search of Multicultural Coexistence in Globalizing Asia" with attached application document to project4[at]ihs.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp by 22th of December, 2016 midnight (24:00). Accepted presenters shall receive notification by email by 25th of December, 2016.
Detail of the Workshop
Date for the Workshop: 20th of January (Fri.), 2017
Location: Main Conference Room, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo.
Number of Applicants Accepted: Four to six graduate students will be invited.
* Note: If the number of applicants exceeds the number of positions available, selection will be conducted based on the submitted application material.
Selection of Participants
(1) Participation Requirements:
As a student of the IHS Program, applicants must show a strong willingness to actively engage in the educational activities.
Regardless of whether the applicant is a doctoral student or master student, all participants must take part in the presentation section in the afternoon of 20th of January.
Upon completion of the activities, participants must submit a report.
(2) Application Document:
Provide the possible presentation title with key words of your presentation (up to 5 words) and individual presentation abstract.
The document should be written in English.
One page, A4 size (No limit on the number of words or characters).
Additional Important Information:
Lunch box will be provided only those who will join morning session for professors. All the participants are invited to the reception hosted by IASA.
Please direct any inquiries regarding the joint workshop to IHS Educational Project 4 "Producing Multicultural Communities: Methods, Design, and Praxes"