[KS] CFP-Korean cultural properties papers call
hyungpai at eastasian.ucsb.edu
Tue Apr 18 13:39:47 EDT 2006
I have been asked by the newly re-launched International Journal of
Cultural Properties to make this announcement. If you or anyone you
know working on this topic want to submit a piece, we would really
appreciate any articles on Korea/Japan/China/Asia .
We are looking for more international coverage since most of the
articles published so far have mostly been on Europe and America.
You can also email me about the submission inquiries.
The International Journal of Cultural Property, published by
Cambridge University Press, is now accepting submissions on for the
broad spectrum of views surrounding cultural property, cultural
heritage, and related issues. It is a vital, international, and
multidisciplinary forum aiming to develop new ways of dealing with
cultural property debates, to be a venue for the proposal or
enumeration of pragmatic policy suggestions, and to be accessible to
a wide audience of professionals, academics, and lay readers.
Original research papers, case notes, documents of record,
chronicles, conference reports, and book reviews on a range of topics
Contributions are welcome from the wide variety of fields implicated
in the debates — law, anthropology, public policy, archaeology, art
history, preservation, ethics, economics, museum-, tourism-, and
heritage studies — and from a variety of perspectives and interests —
indigenous, Western, and non-Western; academic, professional and
amateur; consumers and producers — to promote meaningful discussion
of the complexities, competing values, and other concerns that form
the environment within which these disputes exist. Manuscripts may
be submitted by email to the Editor at culturalproperty at cambridge.org
Tables of Contents and articles are available via Cambridge Journals
Online (CJO) at http://journals.cambridge.org
For further information, please see http://journals.cambridge.org/
Hyung Il Pai, Editorial Board Member JCP
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies,
HSSB Building, University of California, Santa Barbara CA 93106
Fax: 805) 893-3011, Phone: 805) 893-2245
Email: Hyungpai at eastasian.ucsb.edu
Dept. Web-site -http://www.eastasian.ucsb.edu/
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