[KS] Re: [Fwd: New Forum]

Yong-ho Choe choeyh at hawaii.edu
Fri Apr 9 14:38:47 EDT 1999

Dear Professor Moon:
   I would like to receive a copy of the Review of Korean Studies.  My address is listed below.
   Thank you.

At 05:19 PM 4/8/1999 -1000, you wrote:
>Okpyo Moon
>Professor of Anthropology
>Academy of Korean Studies
>Tel 82-342-709-5934
>Fax 82-342-709-2246Message-ID: <370D7026.4F9F47B7 at aks.ac.kr>
>Date: Fri, 09 Apr 1999 12:12:38 +0900
>From: Ok Pyo Moon <opmoon at aks.ac.kr>
>X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.03 [ko] (Win95; I)
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>To: Do Hyun Han <kairoshan at aks.ac.kr>,
>	Alexandre Guillemoz <100523.2745 at compuserve.com>,
>	Laurel Kendall <lkendall at amnh.org>,
>	provine <r.c.provine at durham.ac.uk>
>Subject: New Forum
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>Dear Colleague,
>Many of you in Korean Studies may have already received a gift copy of
>the inaugural edition of our new English journal, the Review of Korean
>Studies.  [If those who wish to receive one send us their name, position
>and address to us, it will be helpful. This announcement applies to
>anybody who has not recieved this time but believes he/she or his/her
>institution must be included in our mailing list.]
>In the hope of encouraging a more active participation, we plan to
>introduce an International Forum in our journal as a space for a debate
>on current issues in Korean and East Asian Studies, and ask you to
>suggest a suitable topic.  It does not have to be confined to Korean
>Studies as we believe that certain topics like "Asaian values" call for
>a wider audiences and participation.  
>The main purposes of introducing this Forum are first, to help those
>engaged in Korean Studies in different parts of the world exchange
>information about their current interests and concern, and second, to
>search for the ways of relating the issues developed in Korean studies
>to the more general scientific issues of wider comparative and
>theoretical applicability. 
>Your help in this regard will be greatly appreciated.  Additionally,
>we'd like to inform you that any of you who contribute to our Forum will
>be remunerated     appropriately.
>Yours Sincerely,
>Okpyo Moon
>Professor of Anthropology
>Academy of Korean Studies
>Tel 82-342-709-5934
>Fax 82-342-709-2246
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Yong-ho Choe, Professor
Department of History
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Honolulu, HI  96822

Tel: 808 956-6762
Fax: 808 956-9600
E-mail: choeyh at hawaii.edu


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