NEWSLETTER | 22 June 2016
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Hello from New Voices in Japanese Studies (NVJS)! We've been busy working to improve the journal and preparing Volume 8 for release next month, which is why we've been quiet lately. But now we're ready to introduce you to one of the changes we're most excited about: our New Voices Scholar program.  
About NV Scholar
Over the past year or two, we've been wanting to extend the opportunities that NVJS offers for emerging researchers. This is why we created the New Voices Scholar program. The program provides financial support to help recent NVJS authors present their work  at major academic conferences in Australia.
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Meet the 2016 New Voices Scholars
We're pleased to announce that two New Voices Scholars will be presenting their work at the upcoming Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) conference, July 5-7 at Australian National University, Canberra.
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Geraldine Carney
A PhD candidate at Monash University, Geraldine's forthcoming NVJS article looks at the role of social media in Japan-related international parental child abduction cases.

Geraldine presents at ASAA on July 6.
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Ross Tunney
Ross is about to complete his PhD at the University of Tasmania. His NVJS article was published in Volume 7, and looks at the work of Japanese photographer Hiroshi Hamaya.

Ross presents at ASAA on July 5.
More info>>


Talk to Us at ASAA Conference 2016
Will you be at the ASAA conference next month? Come and talk to us! NVJS will have a table at the conference, so feel free to let us know about any questions or suggestions you may have.
New Voices in Japanese Studies is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal showcasing the work of emerging scholars from Australia and New Zealand with research interests in Japan.

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