Vladimir Tikhonov vladimir.tikhonov at ikos.uio.no
Fri Nov 4 06:24:01 EDT 2016

Dear members of the Association for Korean Studies in Europe,
I am honoured to be able to inform you that the No. 40 of AKSE Newsletter is available for downloading now ( ). Deep thanks to everybody who sent the information to the Newsletter!

Concomitantly, I would like to utilise this occasion to remind you about the deadline for submissions to the next, 41st issue of the Newsletter. All the members of AKSE are urged to submit
their materials to the Newsletter Editor for inclusion in Newsletter 41. Any information pertaining to academic Korean Studies in Europe is welcome. Submissions may be made in French, German or
English, although English is STRONGLY preferred. Please organise the information into the following categories:

1. General Information: You may include basic information about your department or program, such
as the names of main faculty members, assistant instructors, and visiting scholars.

2. Academic Program: You may include here reports on the academic programme of study at a
university or other academic institution, including reports on new developments in the programme of
study, the number of students pursuing a particular degree course, numbers of graduates, or any other
information relating to the academic programme of Korean Studies during the past year.

3. Seminars and Lectures: You may provide a list of seminars and lectures on Korea at your
university during the past year. For each event, please give the date (in the format month-day-year),
title of the talk, and the event and venue.

4. Other Activities: Activities relating to Korean Studies which took place in your institution or
country during the past year. Reports of cultural events and radio and TV programmes on Korea
should be included here.

5. Scholars' Reports: You may include any papers presented, research undertaken or contemplated,
performances presented, conferences attended, or any other scholarly activity related to Korean
Studies. Publications, however, should NOT be included here, but under category 6. Please note that
a separate paragraph should be written for each person for whom information is provided. For talks
and paper presentations, the format should be: date (month-day-year), title of the paper, name of the
event, and name of the venue.

6. Publications: You may include here you own publications or the publications of anyone else in
your country which may be of serious interest to scholars of Korean Studies. You should NOT list
any publications that are due to be published in the following academic year. As a model, see the
format used under entries for any university.

7. Announcements: You may include here announcements on any events pertaining to the academic
study of Korea.

PLEASE NOTE: Romanisation of Korean words and terms can be done according to either the
Revised Romanization System or the McCune-Reischauer System unless the Yale System is used
for linguistic purposes or a conventional spelling of a name is used. Spelling of English words should
follow American conventions. Please do not use Hangeul or Chinese characters and do not use
superscript text since it will appear too small to be easily readable.

Information should be provided as an e-mail attachment.

Any materials MUST be in MSWord.

Materials to be included must reach the Editor by 31 JULY 2017 at the latest.

Professor Vladimir Tikhonov (Editor), Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages
Faculty of Humanities, Oslo University
Blindern, Pb1010, Oslo, NO-0315, Norway

E-mail address: vladimir.tikhonov at ikos.uio.no

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