Association for Asian Studies. Southeast Conference records, 1964-2006 4 Linear Feet — 9,725 Items
The Association for Asian Studies (AAS), founded in 1941, is a scholarly, non-political, non-profit professional association open to all persons interested in East, South, and Southeast Asia. The Southeast Regional Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (SEC/AAS) is a non-political, non-profit scholarly organization dedicated to promoting the study of Asia in the southeastern region of the United States.
Collection (ca. 3300 items, dated 1964-1988) includes records pertaining to the conference's primary mandate--to promote the study of Asia in the southeastern region of the United States. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, and printed material relating to the organization's activities. Also included are programs, minutes, and letters for annual meetings (1964-1988), as well as a history of the association, membership lists, and documentation for an occasional papers project. (3-15-85?)
Addition 93-178 Series (3500 items, dated 1979-1993) contains copies of the association's ANNALS publication, volumes I-XI; correspondence, secretary and treasurer's papers; as well as papers presented at annual meetings.
Addition 97-007 Series (ca. 900 items, dated 1994-1996) includes 44 folders of materials concerning annual meetings and other activities of the organization.
Addition 01-006 Series (1000 items, dated 1994-2000) includes annual meeting documents, business and annual reports, and student prize competition papers from 1995 to 2000. At the end of the second box are included materials from 1994-1997 that are similar to those in earlier accessions.
Additions 04-136 and 07-042 Series (1025 items, 1.5 lin. ft.; dated 1991-2006) consists of files related to annual meetings, committees, membership, publications, institutional records relating to 45th annual business meeting and volume 27 of the SOUTHEAST REVIEW OF ASIAN STUDIES. Addition 07-042 has been interfiled in 04/136: Box 3.