Asia Mobility Humanities Network (AMHN) is an academic network of research and education to promote the international exchanges of researchers and practitioners in mobility humanities in Asia. AMHN supports scholars' interdisciplinary exchanges and activities for research and education on the complex social phenomena of people, things, and information.
The Academy of Mobility Humanities, AMH is a member of the Global University Network for Innovation (GUNi), an international education and research network supported by global organizations such as UNESCO, United Nations University and the Association of Catalona University Public (ACUP). It is a lifetime membership. The AMH shares the vision of social responsibility with members of GUNI and will conduct research that contributes to the process of making sustainable world where technology and humanity coexist.
Found in 2003 by John Urry and Mimi Sheller, the Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe) at Lancaster University in England is a leading research hub for interdisciplinary mobilities research grounded on the new mobilities paradigm.
The Center for Mobilities Research and Policy at Drexel University in the U.S. is a nexus for researching global-scale mobilities issues ranging from the interaction of mobile technology and public space to the future of sustainable transport.
The Royal Holloway Centre for the GeoHumanities in England, affiliated with the Department of Geography, is an institution specialized in the study of humanities and mobility and a major interdisciplinary initiative conducting art studies based on geographical perspectives.
TThe Centre for Advanced Studies in Mobility and the Humanities (MOHU) at University of Padova in Italy was established affiliated with the Department of Historical and Geographic Sciences and the Ancient World, aiming at conducting interdisciplinary research of mobility and humanities.
The Institute of Asian and African Studies is the focus of research into the cultures, languages, histories and current affairs of the non-Western and non-Jewish world at the Hebrew University. The Institute assists departments in the Faculty of Humanities that study these fields and cooperates with researchers and centers within the Humanities and outside that also deal with issues relevant to the Institute’s mandate.
Kritika Kultura is an open-access semi-annual peer-reviewed international electronic journal of literary, language, and cultural studies of the Department of English of the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. It seeks to promote innovative scholarship that challenges traditional canons and established perspectives and enhance work that bridges disciplinary research around the issues enumerated above, especially in the promising lines of work in Philippine, Asian, Southeast Asian, and Filipino-American studies.
UNITAS is an international online peer-reviewed open-access journal of advanced research in literature, culture and society published bi-annually (May and November). UNITAS is published by the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines, the oldest modern university in Asia. It is hosted by the Department of Literature, and seeks multidisciplinary research across the Philippines and Asia.
The Cebuano Studies Center is a center of research on all aspects of Cebuano culture. It functions as (1) a special library to house source materials pertaining to Cebu, as well as the predominantly Cebuano-speaking areas in the country; (2) a research center devoted to studies pertaining to Cebu in the area of the humanities and social sciences; and (3) a special office assisting in the promotion of Cebuano culture and the arts.
The Indonesia Christian University is a research and education organization, which focuses on research, education, and community service in Indonesia and throughout Asia, according to Christian values and spirit. The university develops cooperative relationships with domestic and international institutions and promotes partnerships with church organizations in an ecumenical spirit. The university is dedicated to fostering competent talent and to spreading the high quality of their products to the world. By doing so, it promotes world-renowned research institutes and disseminates its publications.
The Korea Museum in Japan is a citizen-made history museum for socio-cultural exchange between Japan and Korea. This museum was opened in Shinjuku in December 2001 by Japanese intellectuals, civic groups, and Japanese residents living in Japan, with the aim of conveying their unique history and culture, against the discrimination against Koreans living in Japan. The museum, which aims to learn and understand the historical facts of the two countries, hopes to build peace in East Asia by establishing a platform for mutual trust between the two countries.