vendredi 14 mars 2008

CFP Fukuoka

4th World Congress of Korean Studies Theme: Korean Studies Interfacing with the World The organizing committee of the 4th World Congress of Korean Studiesannounces a call for papers to all academics and professionals in Koreanstudies. The World Congress, co-organized by the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS) andKyushu University, will be held from Sept. 22-24, 2008 at KyushuUniversity, Fukuoka, Japan. As one of the prominent Korean studies conference in the world, it willprovide scholars with an opportunity to share their latest academicachievements and develop friendships in the field of Korean studies. - Date: Mon. Sept. 22 ~ Weds. Sept. 24, 2008 - Venue: Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan - Official Languages: Korean, English - Jointly organized by the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS), KyushuUniversity, International Society for Korean Studies (ISKS), - Pacific and Asia Conference on Korean Studies (PACKS), KoreanStudies Association of Australasia (KSAA), - Association for Korean Studies in Europe (AKSE), - Central Asian Association for Korean Studies (CAAKS) and theCommittee on Korean Studies-Association for Asian Studies (CKS-AAS) Schedule Date Schedule - 21st of Sept. (Sun) Banquet 22nd of Sept. (Mon) Opening Ceremony Sessions 23rd of Sept. (Tue) SessionsClosing Ceremony 24th of Sept. (Weds) Post-conference Cultural Tour Optional Sessions - Designated Session (Individual Proposal) ? History ? Sociology ?Culture/ Anthropology ? Political Science ? Economics/Trade/Industry ? Law ? Art ? Folklore ? Literature ? Education ?Science/Technology ? Philosophy ? Religion ? Language - Free Paper Session (Panel Proposal) This session is to present participants? interests and reflections onKorean studies. A panel proposal including the topic of the session and organizing plan isrequired. - Special Session (Individual Proposal) ? How Korea is Reflected in Foreign Textbooks ? Korean Language Studies for Foreigners/Korean Nationals Residing Abroad ? History of Cultural Exchange between Korea and Japan ? National Studies(??) in Korea vs. Korean Studies around the World *Each panelist has 30 minutes. There is a 20 minute time limit for thepresentation and 10 minute for discussion. Eligibility Scholars and professionals, including graduate students pursuing amaster?s or doctorate Submission Paper submissions will only be accepted online through the World Congressof Korean Studies homepage ( from April 1 - May 10,2008. Once you have submitted your paper, you will receive an e-mail confirmationwithin 2 working days. The abstracts will be reviewed based on content and suitability. Selected presenters will be contacted individually by May 30, 2008 andnotified about the guidelines. Submission of the full paper (10-15 pages) is due via e-mail by Aug. 31,2008 to * The abstract cannot exceed 1000 words in English or 350 words in Korean. **For the free paper session, a panel proposal, abstract and CV of eachpanelist is required. ***Congress homepage will be accessible starting Tuesday, April 1, 2008. Accommodation & Fee Full meal coverage (Sept. 21 Dinner ~ 24 Breakfast) and 3 nights lodging(Sept. 21- 23, 2 per room) will be provided for all congress participants. (An extra fee will be charged if you require a single room.) ? Registration fee: US$ 50, KRW 50,000, JPY 5,000 (Cultural Tour is notincluded.) (Student fee: US$ 30, KRW 30,000, JPY 3,000) Korean Studies Junior Scholar Thesis Award We cordially invite students in Korean studies to apply for the JuniorScholar Thesis Award. To apply, please check the box ?KOREAN STUDIES JUNIOR SCHOLAR THESISAWARD? on your abstract submission form. The committee will screen your paper and select the best thesis. Awardeeswill be acknowledged for their achievements. Master and doctorate students are eligible to apply for this award. Contact Secretariat: The Academy of Korean Studies - E-mail: - TEL: +82-31-709-9843 -FAX: +82-31-809-9945

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