Pre-session Breakfast Social: Special Invitation for Attendees | AAS 18 March 2023

AAS Attendees: Please join us for this pre-session celebration hosted by LPP Collection Editor and Author Dr Dong Wang and LPP Founder David Parker at the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Conference in Boston, MA. 

If you’re in town, we should very much like to invite you to our pre-session breakfast social 7:30am-8:30am on Saturday, March 18, 2023, at Hynes Convention Center Boston, Mass., Meeting Room 103 (Plaza Level), at the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) annual conference. 

This event is free and open to the public, thanks to the sponsorship of Lived Places Publishing in New York (LPP).

More details:

Among many other meaningful things, we’ll celebrate the publication of LPP’s first book in Asian studies, a no. 1 new release (available at Scholar’s Choice booth at AAS Boston Exhibit Hall), Spies in British Controlled Singapore: Policing the Japanese, 1921-1941, authored by Dr. Edward J. Drea.   

Our roundtable takes place in the same room (Rm. 103) at 8:30am-10am at the Boston Hynes Convention Center (HCC): Teaching and Publishing in Asia and Asian Studies: Uncharted Territories of Our Time? (

Organizers: Carla P. Freeman (U.S. Peace Institute), John Fitzgerald (former Ford Foundation representative in PRC) 
Chair: Kristin Stapleton (professor, SUNY Buffalo)

  1. David Kenley (professor/dean, Dakota State University)
  2. David Parker (publisher, Lived Places Publishing)
  3. Dimitar Gueorguiev (associate professor, Syracuse University)
  4. Dong WANG (she/her, incoming visiting professorial fellow, Freie Universität Berlin)
  5. Emily Baum (associate professor, University of California at Irvine)

Join us for fun and mutual inspiration!

More information about the roundtable: Teaching and Publishing in Asia and Asian Studies: Uncharted Territories of Our Time?  [LINK to /AAS-session-2023]

More information about LPP’s Asian Studies Collection: 

Authors: Call for Proposals

Dr Wang is seeking empirically-driven manuscripts of 30,000-60,000 words that bear individual and/or collective voices with compelling lived stories involving Asia, the Asian diaspora, and/or others living in Asian places. 

For more on her vision and Proposal Guidelines: 

Librarians: Become a Trial Partner

We are currently offering unlimited, unrestricted, university-wide free trials to allow collection librarians to make an informed decision before committing to purchase. 

For more information or to become a Trial Partner: 


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