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2022 Annual Meeting


The T'ang Studies Society's 2022 Annual Meeting will take place in conjunction with the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting in Honolulu!


Meeting Venue: Hilton Hawaiian Village - Tapa Conference Center

Room: Honolulu I

Date: Saturday, March 26, 2022

Time: 9:00 pm-11:00 pm HST (Hawaii)


T'ang Studies Society Panel Sponsorships at the AAS Annual Meeting


The T’ang Studies Society is happy to announce that it will sponsor two panels on topics related to the study of the Tang dynasty at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies in Honolulu:

The Pragmatic Craft of Governance: Alternative Strategies of Chinese Medieval Rulership, Panel B04

Time: Friday, March 25, 9:30 am – 11:00 am HST (Hawaii)

Location: Room 313B

Note change of time and modality:

Vibrant Matters: Multiplying Fields of Buddhist Merit in Medieval China, Panel MV-17

Time: Sunday, March 27, 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm HST (Hawaii)

Location: Virtual



T'ang Studies Society Scholarly Production Grants

The T’ang Studies Society is pleased to announce grants to support the production or dissemination of in-progress or completed research on the Tang dynasty. These grants are designed to facilitate the presentation of scholarly research to academic and/or general audiences. Expenses may be related to production such as copy-editing and online database entry, and dissemination such as publication subventions, image reproduction fees, volume completion fees, and conference organization costs.

Amount of Awards: Up to $3000

Application Deadline: June 1, 2021. Recipients will be notified by June 21, 2021.

For the 2021 research grant call for proposals: CLICK HERE


T'ang Studies Society Research Grants

With generous support from the Tang Research Foundation, the T’ang Studies Society is pleased to announce funding for grants to support research of society members in any discipline on the Tang dynasty in a broad geographical and chronological scope. The grant can support various types of expenses that arise during research including travel, book purchases, graduate assistants, and databases fees.

Amount of Awards: Up to $3000

Application Deadline: September 1, 2021. Recipients will be notified by October 1, 2021.

For the 2021 research grant call for proposals: CLICK HERE



Membership dues include a subscription to the Society's journal Tang 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
    • Life Memberships: One-time dues payment of 20 times regular membership, currently $700 (November 2016)

As a result of the Society's publication relationship with The Johns Hopkins University Press, current members can access the journal online at Project MUSE after being provided with a code and login instructions: Tang Studies

Please consider making the journal available to your colleagues and students by having your library subscribe. Institutional subscriptions are managed by The Johns Hopkins University Press for the Society. Information can be found here: Tang Studies Institutional Subscriptions

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Most recently updated: 01/16/2022