The bi-annual International Burma Studies Conference will be held in Singapore in August 2014. The theme of the conference is 'Envisioning Myanmar: Issues, Images, Identities' and is co-hosted by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, the Centre for Asian Legal Studies (Law Faculty, NUS), and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (NUS). For all details on the conference, including panels, speakers and registration, see the website here.
Covid-19 is currently disrupting academic publishing in a number of ways. There are disruptions to the global supply chain for the manufacture and distribution of printed journals. The following publishers have halted journal printing until further notice: Cambridge University Press (from 25 March 2020) Taylor & Francis (from 10 April) S ome journal editors or editing boards have suspended or delayed the review or publication process for academic journals. On the other hand, some publishers are providing open access content for a limited period of time. See the following links from the UNSW library and the ANU library , or select publishers websites such as OUP . The University of California Press has opened free access to all its journals until the end of June 2020 Hart Publishing is currently offering free access for libraries to its online platform, Bloomsbury Collections , until the end of May. To enable access for your institution, email Hart at O