About these images


Login

Log in is required on this site ONLY to join an ASA member community group and contribute to the community blogs.

Create an account

Reset your password

Register

Register here for the annual meeting and to begin or renew an ASA membership

Register here to submit a proposal through the ASA's 2014 submission site. (Closed)

Access your ASA membership account at JHU Press including online access to American Quarterly and the Encyclopedia of American Studies Online. Forgot your membership account password

Create an account to join an ASA community. Only current ASA members may contribute to the community blogs. Registration is not required to submit display or text ads or news and events or to view many pages. We will refuse posts that are not of professional interest to ASA members.

Click here for membership FAQ's

Group Members

The following people are members of this group:

JUFSC
Simon J. Bronner
david s. cho
Danielle Heard
Kendall Johnson
mannura
Amy Sueyoshi
Stephen H Sumida
Erin Suzuki
Linda Vo

The following people are administrators of this group:

ASASTAFF
Linda Vo

Member Tools

We're sorry. You are not yet a member of the ASA-JAAS.

Register or login to join this group.

MAIN | Submit a Proposal | History | Contact | Contact Members

ASA-JAAS

The purpose of this committee is to coordinate the participation of delegates from the ASA to the annual conference of the Japanese Association for American Studies (JAAS), under a grant from the Japan-United States Friendship Commission (JUSFC). Coordination, in active collaboration with the International Committee of the JAAS, includes the writing of grant proposals and reports to the JUSFC, the selection of delegates through a call for applications from the ASA membership, and the promotion of long-term benefits to scholars and the organizations on both sides of the exchange.


American Studies Association-Japanese Association for American Studies Project Advisory Committee

Chair: Moon-ho Jung, University of Washington, Seattle

Chair: Chia Youyee Vang, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Matthew Frye Jacobson, Yale University

Curtis Marez, ex officio, University of California, San Diego

Daryl Joji Maeda, University of Colorado, Boulder

Anita Mannur, Miami University of Ohio

Nikhil Singh, New York University

Meg Wesling, University of California, San Diego

Executive Director: John F. Stephens, ex officio, American Studies Association


Important Contacts

Japan-US Friendship Commission
1201 15th Street, NW, Suite 330
Washington, DC 20005
Tel: 202-653-9800
Fax: 202-653-9802
www.jusfc.gov

Japanese Association for American Studies
c/o The Center for Pacific and America Studies
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
University of Tokyo
3-8-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku
Tokyo 153-8902 Japan
Tel: +81 35 454 6163
Fax: +81 35 454 6163
E-mail: E-mail: jaas@cd.inbox.ne.jp
http://www.jaaas.gr.jp/index_english.html

Fulbright Program in Japan

Executive Director - Dr. David Satterwhite
Japan-United States Educational Commission
Sanno Grand Building 207
2-14-2 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0014 Japan
Tel: 81-3-3580-3231
Fax: 81-3-3580-1217
Email: dsatterwhite@fulbright.jp
Website: www.fulbright.jp


Reviewers
To view submissions, you must first be logged in as a part of the review team. If you are already logged in: View Submissions.

subscribe to this blog's RSS feedCommunity Blog

CFP Framing the “American Century”: Wars, Migrations, Social Justice (Due Oct 1 2014)

The American Studies Association (ASA) and the Japanese Association for American Studies (JAAS), with support from the Japan-United States Friendship Commission (JUFSC), are pleased to announce a competition open to ASA members (U.S. citizens). We plan to select two ASA delegates (pending funding) for participation in the annual JAAS conference to be held at International Christian University in Tokyo from May-June 2015. We invite proposals for papers to be presented at the JAAS conference and for the two-day pro-seminars in Japan. The award covers round trip airfare to Japan, housing, and modest daily expenses.

Read full entry

CFP Pacific Worlds: Empire, Environment and Embodiment (Due Oct. 1, 2013)

The American Studies Association (ASA) and the Japanese Association for American Studies (JAAS), with support from the Japan-United States Friendship Commission (JUFSC), are pleased to announce a competition open to ASA members (U.S. citizens). We plan to select two ASA delegates (pending funding) for participation in the annual JAAS conference to be held in Okinawa on June 7-8, 2014. We invite proposals for papers to be presented at the JAAS conference and for the two-day pro-seminars in Japan. The award covers round trip airfare to Japan, housing, and modest daily expenses.

Read full entry