Call for Proposals: Southern California China Colloquium
Proposals are invited for half-day or one-day conferences presenting cutting-edge research on China
Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2006
NEW DEADLINES -- see below
The Southern California China Colloquium -- a forum for all scholars of China in Southern California -- invites proposals for half-day or one-day conferences presenting cutting-edge research on China.
Funding of up to $1,500 per conference, provided primarily by the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies, is available for three conferences: one in spring 2007, and two in fall 2007. In addition, the Center will provide planning, logistical, and secretarial support.
Proposals should include names of participants, a 1–2 page summary description, a budget, and emails from the proposed participants indicating genuine interest.
Except under exceptional circumstances, the sessions should be held at UCLA, and on a Saturday.
Proposal submission: Please submit proposals electronically, to Richard Gunde <firstname.lastname@example.org>, by January 18, 2007.
Proposal selection: All those who propose colloquia or wish to have a say in the selection of proposals are invite to attend a selection meeting as follows:
10 am, Saturday, January 20, 2007, in room 11377 Bunche Hall, UCLA
Budget planning: Applicants are encouraged to use the $1,500 budget per conference as seed money for cosponsorships.
Please contact Richard Gunde <email@example.com> for assistance in preparing a budget.