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Useful Links (alphabetical):
The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation (AtGender) curates both a mailing list where members can share information about conferences, funding, and jobs related to gender and women’s studies in Europe, as well as a biweekly newsletter with a collection of updates gathered from their members. They also organise a large feminist research conference every three years at partner institutions.
The British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS), organises an annual themed conference for scholars of China in the UK and abroad. They also have links to various funding opportunities and a dedicated post-graduate student association.
The European Association of Chinese Studies (EASC) organise biannual conferences for scholars working on Chinese studies across Europe and globally. They also organise Chinese Language and research workshops, advertise research grants, jobs and other news and academic events related to Chinese studies in Europe.
For scholars working in the humanities, H-Net features news about the latest academic publications, teaching and research resources, networking, conferences, events and job postings. See also the Asia specific site H-Asia.
WAGIC (Women and Gender in China)
A recent yet very active blog that publishes thematic issues related to gender, sexuality, and feminism(s) in China, past and present. They also have a very useful Twitter page with the latest news from the field.
Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Network (WAGNet)
WAGNet publishes the WAGRev e-Journal, an online scholarly review journal that reviews scholarly books on women and gender related to modern and pre-modern China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Chinese communities outside China. The latest issues of the journal can be found here.