[KS] Call for papers - The 3rd World Congress of Korean Studies

seolkoo seolkoo at aks.ac.kr
Wed May 3 11:19:27 EDT 2006

The 3rd World Congress of Korean Studies

Call for Papers

The organizing committee of the 3rd World Congress of Korean Studies announces call for papers to all academics and professionals in Korean Studies. 

Cultural Interaction with Korea  -From Silk Road to Korean Wave-
New phenomenon of cultural exchange called ‘Korean Wave’ has recently emerged across the world. However, there has been a stream of cultural exchanges with foreign countries throughout Korean history indeed. Academic discussions in the congress are expected to deepen our understanding of the background, stages, patterns, and influence of the cultural interactions, which will ultimately contribute to the promotion of mutual understanding and collaboration in the global community.

Dates : October 27(Fri) ~ 30(Mon), 2006
Venue : Cheju National University, Jejudo, ROK
Language : Korean, English

Co-organized by
The Academy of Korean Studies(AKS), Association for Korean Studies in Europe(AKSE), Central Asian Association for Korean Studies(CAAKS), International Society for Korean Studies(ISKS), Korean Studies Association of Australasia(KSAA), Pacific and Asia Conference on Korean Studies(PACKS)

● History        ● Sociology    ● Culture          ● Economics   ● Folklore        ● Law            ● Art             ● Political Science 
● Literature    ● Education    ● Philosophy    ● Religion        ● Language    ● Science & Technology    ● Free topic sessions

Scholars, professionals, and students holding MA degree or above are encouraged to participate. 

Important Dates
Submission deadline : June 6, 2006
Acceptance notification : June 14, 2006
Final paper due : September 3, 2006

For more details, please visit our website at http://www.aks.ac.kr/eng_home or contact us at lovekorea at aks.ac.kr

International Support Division
The Center for Information on Korean Culture
The Academy of Korean Studies
Tel : +82-31-709-9843 / Fax : +82-31-709-9945
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