Financial Assistance, Low-cost Hostel & more¡K
The 8th international Crossroads will be held in Hong Kong, June 17-21, 2010. Hosted by Lingnan University, a distinctive liberal arts institution, and organized by its Department of Cultural Studies and Kwan Fong Cultural Research and Development Program, this is the first time Crossroads holds this important academic gathering in Asia Pacific. Below is the latest update:
¡P FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SCHEME is open for application. Please visit ACS website at: http://cultstud.org/index.php?id=47
now opens for booking on a first-come-first-serve basis at an
economic rate of US$30 per night! Special favourable rates at
our two conference hotels. Room rate starts from US$64
(breakfast, service and tax incl) per night only! Please book
WORLD-CLASS Speakers - Katherine Gibson, Tony Bennett
and many more from Asia, Europe, North and Latin Americas will
address the conference on their latest work at keynote and plenary
sessions. Details at:
¡P CUTTING-EDGE Conference Topics We welcome all topics relevant to Cultural Studies, especially new and innovative areas of research. See a list of possible topic areas at: http://www.crossroads2010.org/topic_suggestions.html and some of the proposal abstracts at: http://www.crossroads2010.org/proposed_accepted_panels_papers.html
¡P Don¡¦t miss the EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! For details, visit our website at: http://www.crossroads2010.org/registration_details.html
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Since its inception in 1996 in Tampere, Finland, the Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference has filled a significant gap in the global academic community. It is now a key international conference in cultural studies where scholars from all five continents get together regularly to exchange research outputs, critical viewpoints and scholarly insights. Organized by the Association for Cultural Studies (ACS), the biannual Crossroads conference has been previously held in Birmingham in UK, Illinois in USA, Istanbul in Turkey and Kingston in Jamaica.
Prof Stephen C K Chan Prof Meaghan Morris Prof John Erni
Conference Director Academic Director Deputy Conference Director
Crossroads 2010 Organizing Committee, Lingnan University, Hong Kong