The Society's next formal meeting will take place in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies in Denver, Colorado (March 21 - 24, 2019).
The specific date, time, and location for the T'ang Studies Society meeting will be posted as soon as available.
Location: Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel (Room TBD)
T'ANG STUDIES SOCIETY SMALL
RESEARCH GRANTS AND TRAVEL GRANTS
When resources permit, the T’ang
Studies Society offers funding for
small research grants and travel grants to support scholars studying
the Tang dynasty in any discipline. The guidelines for application,
deadlines, and other procedures are listed below by grant type. For the
research grants, a brief report from the grantee must be submitted to
the president of TSS within one month of completing the supported
For a full description of the available 2018 grants with their associated application procedures, please consult the following document:
Applicants for these grants must be members of the Society in good standing. If you are not sure if your membership is current, please email the secretary-treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that applicants may only apply for one type of grant in a given calendar year.
In years when funding is available, the Society will announce the competitions early in the calendar year.
Second Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities
The T'ang Studies Society was proud to contribute to the wide-ranging conference covering China's Middle Period from the Tang through the early Ming dynasty held at Leiden University September 14-17, 2017. A description of the conference can be found at the conference website:
Membership dues include a subscription to the Society's journalTang Studies as well as eligibility to participate in Society sponsored events. More information on the benefits of membership and dues payment options is available on the Membership page.
Current dues rates are as follows:
Individual Memberships: $35
Student Memberships: $20
As a result of the Society's publication relationship with the Taylor & Francis Group, all current
members of the Society have online access to the full run of T’ang Studies
back issues. Click HERE for access.
Please consider making the journal available to your colleagues and students by having your library subscribe. Institutional subscriptions are managed by the Taylor & Francis Group.
Information regarding institutional subscriptions may be found at http://tandfonline.com/pricing/journal/ytng20
Also see the T’ang
Studies page at Taylor & Francis: http://tandfonline.com/toc/ytng20/current
questions or claims on volumes up to Vol. 26, please contact the T’ang
Studies office at email@example.com.
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Most recently updated: 04/17/2018