[KS] Call for Papers - Conference 'Whither the Two Koreas? Continuity and Change on the Korean Peninsula'

Anna Orosz OroszA at ceu.hu
Thu Jul 19 03:02:56 EDT 2012

** High Priority **

Dear Colleagues,
Let me inform you that the deadline for submitting abstracts for the
conference 'Whither the Two Koreas? Continuity and Change on the Korean
Peninsula' was extended till 31 July, 2012. Please find the modified
call for papers below.
Please feel free to forward the call to anyone who may be interested.
Yours faithfully,
Anna Orosz
Research Grants Coordinator 

Central European University
Department of International Relations and European Studies
Address: 1051 Budapest, Nador u. 15.
Tel.: 0036-1-327-3000/2643
E-mail: OroszA at ceu.hu

Call for Papers

Whither the Two Koreas? Continuity and Change on the Korean Peninsula
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 6th - 8th September

The Asia Research Initiative, the Department of International Relations
and European Studies, and the Department of Public Policy at Central
European University (Budapest, Hungary) are pleased to announce the
conference ‘Whither the two Koreas? Continuity and Change on the
Korean Peninsula’. The event is hosted by Central European University
(CEU) in Budapest and
will take place on 6-8 September 2012.

The event is supported by Korea Foundation, on the occasion of the
launch of the Global E-school in Eurasia, a project aimed at developing
a multi-university and multi-platform online
real-time curriculum in Korean Studies. Central European University is
the first European university to host a Global E-School, which brings
together – alongside CEU, ELTE in Budapest
(Hungary), the University of Vienna, the American University of Central
Asia in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Paris-VII Diderot, La Rochelle, Turku
University (Finland), the Middle East
Technical University in Ankara (Turkey), Sofia University (Bulgaria),
and the Tajik State
University of Commerce in Dushanbe (Tajikistan).

The event seeks to increase the awareness of the importance of Korea
and Korean Studies in
Central and Eastern Europe and beyond. The areas covered in the
conference range from
the arts to the social sciences. Pre-organized panel submissions are
strongly encouraged.
Submission of Proposals
Proposals should be submitted via e-mail to conf.kfeschool at gmail.com
(as an attachment in MS Word, RTF or PDF format). Please include:
1) Name
2) Institutional affiliation
3) Title/position
4) E-mail address
5) A one-page CV
6) Title of Paper (maximum 20 words)
7) Abstract of Paper (maximum 250 words)
The working language of the conference is English.
The deadline for abstracts is 31st July 2012. Applicants will be
notified of the outcome of their
submission by the mid of August.
Full details of the program, conference fee, registration and
accommodation arrangements will be available by mid August.

For all enquiries contact Prof. Youngmi Kim (Department of Public
Policy/ International
Relations and European Studies, CEU) or Ms. Anna Orosz at
conf.kfeschool at gmail.com .
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