[KS] AAS rception for Seoul-California Series in Korean Studies

Stephen Epstein Stephen.Epstein at vuw.ac.nz
Mon Mar 31 13:54:25 EDT 2008

Dear all,

We've been asked to post the below invitation to the list.

Cheers, Stephen

>Please join us in Atlanta at the AAS meetings!
>The Division of International and Area Studies at the University of
>California, Berkeley, invites all scholars of Korea to a reception to
>celebrate the launch of our new series, The Seoul-California Series in
>Korean Studies, published by the UC Global, Area, and International Archive
>(GAIA), in association with UC Press and the California Digital Library.
>Series editors and advisers will be available to discuss the series.
>Friday, April 4, 2008
>3:00 p.m.
>UC Press booths #71-72
>Refreshments will be provided.
>About the series: The Seoul-California Series in Korean Studies is a
>partnership between Seoul National University and UC Berkeley. The series
>seeks the best English-language books in Korean studies from scholars across
>the world. We seek research distinguished by theoretical and conceptual
>strength, richly grounded in empirical and historical considerations. We aim
>to represent the highest quality scholarship on both the modern and
>premodern worlds, rooted in both humanistic and social-science disciplines.
>We are especially interested in work arising from international
>collaborations. The series editors are Yung Sik Kim, Seoul National
>University; and John Lie, University of California, Berkeley. The series
>advisory board is Eun-Su Cho, Seoul National University; Carter J. Eckert,
>Harvard University; Henry Em, Korea University; Roger L. Janelli, Indiana
>University; JaHyun Kim Haboush, Columbia University; and Meredith Jung-En
>Woo, University of Michigan.

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