[KS] PACKS conference 2010
Stephen.Epstein at vuw.ac.nz
Fri Mar 27 00:07:53 EDT 2009
Please note this preliminary call for the next
PACKS conference, to be held in 2010 at the
University of Auckland:
The 10th Biennial Pacific-Asia Conference on Korean Studies 2010 (PACKS 2010)
When: November 24 (Wednesday) - 26 (Friday), 2010
Where: University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
The 10th Biennial Pacific-Asia Conference on
Korean Studies 2010 (PACKS 2010) will be held
from November 24 (Wednesday) through November 26
(Friday), 2010 at the University of Auckland,
Auckland, New Zealand.
We would like to invite paper and panel proposals
from established and junior scholars. Proposals
from postgraduate students are also encouraged.
Topics related to Korea from a variety of
disciplinary perspectives in the humanities and
social sciences, including (but not limited to)
history, linguistics, language pedagogy,
literature, art, religion, philosophy,
anthropology, sociology, political studies,
economics, business, security and migration
studies, are welcome. Special consideration will
be given to papers and panels informed by a
Application Due Date: February 28, 2010. Please
send the PACKS 2010 Application Form to PACKS
2010 Administrator <packs2010 at gmail.com>.
Selected presenters and panels will be notified
by March 15, 2010. Submission of complete papers
is expected by September 30, 2010.
Financial Support: A limited amount of funds
might be available for the conference attendants
for their lodging in Auckland. Details of the
support will be announced at a later stage.
Further Details and Inquiries: For further
details of the conference please contact Dr.
Changzoo Song, Organizing Committee Chair for the
10th PACKS 2010, School of Asian Studies,
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
<packs2010 at gmail.com>.
The 10th Pacific-Asia Conference on Korean Studies
(PACKS) 2010 Application Form
November 24 (Wednesday) -26 (Friday), 2010
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
1. Title (Prof., Dr. Mr. Ms.) and Your Name (last, first):
2. Academic affiliation and Address:
3. Preferred Postal Address (if different from above):
5. Telephone and Fax:
6. Subject area of the submission (i.e.,
Anthropology, Archaeology, Arts, Business and
Economics, Folklore, Pre-modern History, Modern
History, Linguistics, Literature, Philosophy,
7. Paper/Panel title:
8. Abstract (250 words):
9. Keywords (3)
10. Gender: Male ( ) / Female ( )
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