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Past NYCAS Conference Sites

The name of the regional conference changed in 1975 from the Upstate New York Conference on Asian Studies to the New York Conference on Asian Studies.

The numbers in parentheses indicate the actual registration. In some cases, an estimated number of non-registered attendees is also shown. These numbers have been taken from various annual conference reports.

1965 University of Rochester
1966 SUNY Albany
1967 Syracuse University
1968 SUNY New Paltz
1969 Canisius College
1970 University of Rochester
1971 Utica College
1972 SUNY Brockport
1973 SUNY New Paltz
1974 Cornell University
1975 Colgate University (116)
1976 SUNY Albany (290)
1977 SUNY Buffalo (107)
1978 Syracuse University (129)
1979 Elmira College (98)
1980 SUNY New Paltz (183 + 67)
1981 Hartwick College
1982 SUNY Albany (joint Africa, Asia and the Americas Conference)
1983 Canisius College
1984 SUNY Cortland
1985 Rochester Institute of Technology (joint Africa, Asia and the Americas Conference)
1986 SUNY New Paltz (276 + 50)
1987 SUNY Brockport
1988 SUNY Albany
1989 Syracuse University
1990 Hamilton College
1991 Cornell University
1992 Ithaca College
1993 SUNY New Paltz (261 + 500)
1994 Utica College of Syracuse (61)
1995 SUNY Buffalo (179)
1996 Dowling College (135)
1997 Binghamton University (83 + 50)

1998 SUNY New Paltz (228)
Asia and the World

1999 Hobart and William Smith (60)
Issues of Responsibility in Asia

2000 The College of Saint Rose (96 + 53)
Asian Discourses Before and After Western Colonization and in the Next Millennium

2001 Cornell University (215)
Knowing Asia

2002 Skidmore College (118 + 50)
Asia: Image, Imaging, and Imagination

2003 University at Buffalo (218)
Walls in Asia

2004 Bard College (169)
Asian Border Crossings

2005 SUNY New Paltz (202 + 258)
Facing Asia

2006 St. Lawrence University (74)
The Asian Subject: Negotiating Identity

2007 Binghamton University (172)
Decentering Asia

2008 Hamilton College (100)
Cultural Connections, Convergences, and Collisions: Past and Present

2009 Cornell University (140)
Asia Plural

2010 The College at Brockport, SUNY
Unlocking Asia – Knowledge is Power

2011 University at Buffalo (220)
Asia at Work and Play

2012 SUNY New Paltz (240)
Contesting Tradition
NYCAS 2012 Abstracts

2013 SUNY Binghamton (155)

2014 Hofstra University (160)
Asia Transforming: Old Values and New Presences

2015 Vassar College (240)
Global Asia: Social, Cultural, and Political Spaces

2016 Utica College (136)
Building Asia

2017 Hobart and William Smith Colleges (135)

Consuming Asia