Nguyen Khac Giang (Victoria University of Wellington) and Janaye Kirtikar (Victoria University of Wellington)
2021 Southeast Asia Postgraduate Prize Winner
Pinsuda Wonganan (University of Canterbury)
Meera Muralidharan (Victoria University of Wellington) and Bolin Hu (University of Auckland)
Shan Windscript (University of Melbourne) and Zahida Rehman (Victoria University of Wellington)
Habiba Sultana (Queensland University of Technology) and Ambalika Guha (Victoria University of Wellington)
2019 Winners - Meera Muralidharan and Bolin Hu
Workshop/Symposium grant The New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA) is offering a grant of up to $5,000 to support a small workshop or symposium hosted by any New Zealand tertiary institution. The aim is to initiate research conversations among New Zealand-based scholars on Asia-related topics, build networks and disseminate research on Asia. Applications that encourage networking among our research community will be given priority. We are now inviting applications for the NZASIA workshop/symposium grant. Take note that the grant is only available to current full members of NZASIA. The workshop/symposium convener/s should plan to hold the workshop/symposium by February 2023. Applications should include the following;
title and proposed date of workshop/symposium
proposal (around 500 words) highlighting the workshop/symposium theme, objectives and publication plans. We encourage organizers to consider the New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies as a possible publication outlet, either as individual papers or as a special issue.
your cv, names and contact information of proposed presenters
Associate Professor Stephen Epstein (Victoria University of Wellington) and Associate Professor Paola Voci (University of Otago)
The Rewi Alley Scholarship in Chinese Studies was established by the Rewi Alley National Committee to mark the occasion of Rewi Alley’s 80th birthday, and in recognition of his humanitarian and literary work in China over more than 50 years.
1. Purpose The purpose of the Scholarship is to encourage study and research on China, preferably at a New Zealand university. 2. Eligibility To be eligible for consideration, candidates must: a) be enrolled/enrolling at a New Zealand university; b) be intending to study any aspect of life in China; and c) be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.
For further information, please see: https://www.waikato.ac.nz/scholarships/s/rewialley-scholarship-in-chinese-studies
PROMOTING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ASIAN CULTURE, HISTORY AND SOCIETY