Appel à contribution pour la 6e conférence sur l’histoire de la médecine en Asie du Sud-Est (HOMSEA)

CALL FOR PAPERS, 6th International Conference on, The History of Medicine in Southeast Asia, (HOMSEA 2016)

To be held in Siem Reap, Cambodia, 13-15 January 2016

Conference Host:

Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Siem Reap (Cambodia)

http://www.khmerstudies.org/

Program Committee:

Dr. Krisna Uk, Center for Khmer Studies, Cambodia

Prof. Laurence Monnais, Université de Montréal, Canada

Assoc. Prof. Hans Pols, University of Sydney, Australia

Dr. Mitch Aso, University at Albany, SUNY, United States

and members of the Local Organizing Committee

 

As HOMSEA will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in Siem Reap (where everything began ten years ago!), all proposals on the subject of the history of medicine and health in Southeast Asia will be considered, but preference will be given to those on the theme of: “History of Medicine in Southeast Asia: Future Perspectives”

 

Please submit a one-page proposed abstract for a 20-minute talk, and a one-page CV by July 15 2015 to: Laurence Monnais: laurence.monnais-rousselot@umontreal.ca

 

Please note that it may be possible to subsidize some of the costs of participation for scholars from the Southeast Asia region, and for graduate and postgraduate students.

If you wish to ask for support, please send a separate email justifying your request by July 15 to Laurence Monnais.

 

Propositions will be reviewed by September 2015.

Further information regarding the venue, registration, registration fees and accommodation options will be available by then (http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/hist/homsea/; http://www.khmerstudies.org/)

 

With support from:

Center for Khmer Studies (Cambodia)

The Canada Research Chair in Health Care Pluralism, Université de Montréal (Canada)

University of Sydney (Australia)

Tembusu College at National University of Singapore (Singapore)

 

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