[KS] Stanford Summer 2005 workshop on Korea

Hong Kal hongkal at stanford.edu
Fri Dec 10 14:10:45 EST 2004

Stanford Summer Workshop on Korea

The Korean Studies Program at the Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC) in 
the Stanford Institute for International Studies announces workshop 
fellowships for June 27-July 1, 2005. Financial support for these 
fellowships has been provided by a generous grant from the Korea Research 
Foundation and the Pantech CO. Ltd. and Curitel Communications Inc. 
(Pantech Group).

The workshop, co-chaired by Michael Robinson (Indiana University) and 
Gi-Wook Shin (Stanford University), seeks to invite five fellows of any 
discipline currently engaged in research related to the theme of Culture 
Wars in Korea: Globalized Mass Culture, State Control, and Conservative 
Reaction, which will focus on the genesis and evolution of globalized mass 
culture in Korea (for details, see http://ksp.stanford.edu).  Preference 
will be given to junior scholars (recent Ph. D and ABD). Each candidate 
will be expected to spend the week of June 27 to July 1 at Stanford for 
this intensive workshop. After the workshop, all participants are expected 
to submit revised papers that will be considered for publication in a 
special issue of the Journal of Korean Studies in 2006. Each fellow will be 
provided ai fare, accommodation, and $1,000.

Submission Deadline:
Applicants must submit a CV, one letter of recommendation, and a draft 
paper by March 1, 2005. Only complete applications will be considered.

Applications should be sent to:
Dr. Hong Kal
Korean Studies Program
Encina Hall, Room E301Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6055
Phone: 650-725-4206
Fax: 650-725-2592
Email: hongkal at stanford.edu

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