Association for the Study of Australasia in Asia (ASSA)
1995-08 Colombo Sri Lanka
Aug 1995, Colombo (Sri Lanka), as Asian Association for the Study of Australia (AASA), during 10th conference of C-XC0100 - Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (ACLALS). Oct 1998, Mysore (India), name changed to Asian-Australian Association for the Study of Australasia (A-AASA). Present name adopted 1999.
Bring together individuals, institutions and associations concerned with the study and teaching of Australasian studies in Asia; foster interest; promote research and projects in all aspects of Australasian life.
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