Holidays for some


from Press News, posted 06/16/2010 - 13:28

Summer will soon be upon us, they say (the Danish spring has been particularly dismal this year), and – as a result – the Copenhagen headquarters of NIAS Press will be semi-dormant for a few weeks in July. Elsewhere, however, no holiday is planned and quite a few things with regard to the Press will be happening. These include:

• Shipping and delivery to our warehouses of

Robert Cribb’s Digital Atlas of Indonesian History; and
Noburu Ishikawa’s Between Frontiers

• Printing of

The Interplay of the Oral and the Written in Chinese Popular Literature
Heritage Tourism in Southeast Asia; and
Saying the Unsayable

• Typesetting of the

Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts; and
Politicized Society

• Exhibitions of NIAS Press books at about twenty conferences, including

Ethnic Crises in Burma/Myanmar (Copenhagen)
Southeast Asia update (Amsterdam)
IAHA (International Association of Historians of Asia) conference (Singapore)
ASAA (Asian Studies Association of Australia) conference (Adelaide)
UK Association for Buddhist Studies conference (Leeds)
International Burma Studies Conference (Marseilles)
2010 Melbourne Conference on China (Melbourne)

• Preparing our upcoming catalogue

And much, much more.

… and that’s just in the next 3–4 weeks.

August looks like it will be frantically busy. But meantime, if you are off on holiday in the next few weeks, we trust that the weather treats you kindly and you have a splendid break.

 


 

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