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Reminder: NATSA 2022 DC Conference Submissions NOW OPEN! (submit by Dec 31st, 2022)

Please view full details of the Call for Proposals here: https://www.na-tsa.org/2022-call-for-proposals


North American Taiwan Studies Association 27th Annual Conference

Taiwan Studies in Application

July 8 - 10, 2022 George Washington University Washington, D.C.


Call for Proposals "Taiwan Studies in Application"

Research and practice are not two mutually exclusive professions. Instead, the boundary between them is increasingly blurred nowadays. This new social trend opens possibilities for thoughtful, creative, and impactful engagement between researchers and practitioners such that they could complement each other for the betterment of our shared world. NATSA has been standing at the forefront of Taiwan studies, advancing the field in knowledge production as well as fostering meaningful interaction between academia and civil society. Hence, our 2022 conference will feature “application” to honor diverse approaches to engaging with Taiwan and Taiwan studies. NATSA looks forward to developing robust relationships, constructive dialogues, and collaborative actions for both researchers and practitioners. While we aim to have an in-person conference next year in Washington, D.C., we will closely follow the situation of the pandemic and finalize the format of the annual meeting in accordance with the local public health guidance.

Important dates (Eastern Time): Important Dates:

  • Call for proposals open: November 15 - December 31, 2021

  • Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2022

  • In-person conference: July 8 - 10, 2022

Submission portal: https://forms.gle/eBWRTcni73Hdf2jJA (NATSA uses Google Form to collect your proposals. To upload files, you will be required to sign in your Google account.)


We invite proposal submissions that actively engage with the following set of questions:

  • New directions in Taiwan studies

  • Marginalization in and of Taiwan studies

  • Reflections on the binary between researchers and practitioners

Proposal types:

  1. Individual paper

  2. Panel

  3. Creative events or participatory workshops

  4. Creative art projects

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