[KS] Re: AAS Korean Studies activities

Jay Lewis jay.lewis at oriental-institute.oxford.ac.uk
Thu Feb 18 03:46:13 EST 1999

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is much easier to read.  Thank you.

Jay Lewis

On Wed, 17 Feb 1999, Mark Peterson wrote:

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> <div>Korean Studies actvities at the AAS meetings in Boston, March
> 11-14.</div>
> <div>with apologies to those on the list who are not AAS members</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div><x-tab>ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ
> </x-tab>You've received word already on the special reception at the
> Harvard Faculty Club to which all Koreanists are invited:</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div>The Korea Institute of Harvard University will be hosting<br>
> a welcoming reception for all Koreanists attending the<br>
> Boston AAS Conference. The reception will be held on<br>
> Friday, March 12, 1999 from 7:00 - 10:00 PM.</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div><x-tab>ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ
> </x-tab>This will require a little bit of subway and/or taxi effort,
> but worth it to enjoy the setting at Harvard.Ê And thanks to
> Carter Eckert, Milan Hejtmanek, and the Korea Institute for
> volunteering to host us.</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div><x-tab>ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ
> </x-tab>On Saturday evening, I don't have the details in front of me,
> but I think it is in the 7:00 pm slot, the Korean Political Science
> Association with host an extra session on the current situation in
> Korea.Ê The Ambassador, Lee Hong Koo, will be a special guest
> and participant at that session.</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div><x-tab>ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ
> </x-tab>Finally, on Saturday evening at 9:00, we will have our annual
> CKS business meeting, in the Harvard Room (how appropriate) at the
> hotel.Ê Let me encourage all members to attend.Ê We have
> spotty attendance at times, but there are important items of business
> that touch all of our careers.Ê There is one item on the agenda
> from an outside funding source that I would like to share with many
> of you before we get to Boston, but I don't want to include it on
> this mailing since about 2/3rds of those on this list are not AAS
> members.Ê Therefore,....</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div><x-tab>ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ
> </x-tab>If you are an AAS member, and would like to participate in
> the meeting, either by previewing the agenda in advance of your
> attendance by email (a later mailing I will provide), or by email
> "virtual" attendance, drop me an email:Ê (cut and
> paste one of the following -- do <u><i>not</i>Ê</u> use the
> reply option and thereby "spam" the list):Ê
> <u>either</u>Ê Mark_Peterson at email.eduÊ <u>OR</u>Ê
> map3 at email.byu.edu</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div><x-tab>ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ
> </x-tab>I will put together an email list of interested CKS members
> based on your responses and send out an agenda prior to the
> meeting.</div>
> <div><br></div>
> <div>with best regards, (and again apologies to those on the list who
> are not involved)</div>
> <div>Mark Peterson<br>
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