[KS] NOTE to all -- Re: Past Conference Programs
frank at koreaweb.ws
Thu Apr 13 20:07:18 EDT 2006
Dear List Subscribers:
A BRIEF NOTE
It would be beneficial to all of us, as regards to the number of
email messages we have to open every day, if we could please (a)
limit the messages that regard *basic* research everyone can do
online even without ever visiting a library, and (b) replying to such
messages, if you choose to, by replying to the SENDER rather than to
the list. Even though we let below quoted message through, for
example, it would be nice if you could email the sender directly in
such case. (Although AAS abstracts since 1995 can be found at the AAS
home page, all AKSE info can be found on the AKSE home page ...full
_Newsletter_ since 1998, and anything else could have been researched
by writing to the email addresses listed as contact on each
Thanks for your understanding.
>Dear List Members,
>I am assisting with a project that will compile some (hopefully very
>useful) information on the various Korean Studies conferences. I
>need to make a master list that will show all the wonderful academic
>work that's being done, but I've had some problem with finding old
>conference programs on-line. While I have found some, I still need
>so many more. I think the biggest problem is that many conference
>webpages only work for one year (or a few months) and then when the
>webhost cleans "house" the conference page is considered outdated
>Perhaps some of you know where I can find some old archived
>webpages, or have copies of conference programs on your harddrives.
>I sure hope so. I am looking for:
>AAS 1996-2004 (I have 2005 and 2006).
>PACKS 1996-present (except for 1998 which is the only program I can find).
>AKSE 1995-2001 (I have 2003 and 2005).
>KSAA 1997, 1999, and 2005. (I have 2001 and 2003)
>I would really appreciate any help you can give me with this project.
>Cedar Bough Saeji
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