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LibrAsia2017: Who attends?

Delegate demographics at a glance…



LibrAsia/ACAH 2016 in numbers…

  • 162 attendees
  • 33 countries
  • 56% female / 44% male
  • 54% faculty members
  • 26% PhD or postgraduate students

The Asian Conference on Literature (LibrAsia) is now in its eighth year and is held annually alongside The Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities (ACAH). Since 2010 more than 1800 delegates have attended this annual interdisciplinary event, which takes place in Japan in the spring.

In 2016 LibrAsia/ACAH attracted 162 attendees representing 33 countries – a truly international event. This diversity serves as an amazing comparative and contrastive resource.




          The majority of LibrAsia/ACAH conference attendees are university faculty, with 54% holding an academic post. At 26% of the total registered delegates, postgraduate and doctoral students make up the next largest group of attendees. The remaining attendees come from the business sector (2%) and the public sector (3%), with 1% registered as “independent” and 14% registered as “other”.

          Gender representation at the conference was fairly equal, with 56% female and 44% male attendees.

          (Source: LibrAsia/ACAH 2016 Conference Registration Data)


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