[KS] 2015 Korean Studies Association of Austrasia Biennial Conference, Adelaide, Australia Nov 25-27 2015
You-il.Lee at unisa.edu.au
Tue May 12 21:21:40 EDT 2015
Dear KSAA members and colleagues,
Re: 2015 KSAA Biennial Conference, Adelaide, Australia Nov 25-27 2015
This is to inform you that the 9th Korean Studies Association of Australasia (KSAA: https://koreanstudiesaa.wordpress.com/) biennial conference will be held at the University of South Australia, Adelaide from 25 November to 27 November 2015. The Program Committee for the 2015 Biennial Conference invites PhD students, early career researchers and academic colleagues to the University of South Australia to present their research and enhance our understanding of Korea in the world today.
Paper and panel submissions for KSAA 2015 need to be categorized into one of 6 tracks. Each paper or panel proposal must be submitted to only one track. Please select the track closest to your proposal from the list below.
1. Korean language pedagogy and linguistics;
2. Religion, gender, minority communities and multiculturalism in the formation of modern Korea;
3. Political economy of North Korea: gender, human rights, NGO activities;
4. Political economy of South Korea: Korea as middle power, international relations, domestic politics, South-North relations, international trade, business and economy, globalization;
5. Korean (south/north) arts, history, philosophy, social issues;
6. Teaching Korean Studies.
All abstracts for individual papers/panel/roundtable proposals must be submitted by 31 July, 2015. Please refer the additional information (attached) on how to prepare and submit your submission to the KSAA website: http://koreanstudiesaa.wordpress.com
We are looking forward to your participation.
With best wishes,
You-il Lee, PhD
Associate Professor of International Business
Deputy Director of Australian Centre for Asian Business
School of Management
University of South Australia
North Terrace, City West Campus
Adelaide, SA 5000
Tel: +61 8 8302 0991
Email: you-il.lee at unisa.edu.au
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