[KS] Calling for Submissions to the Committee on Korean Studies (of AAS) Newsletter

CedarBough T. Saeji umyang at gmail.com
Sun Nov 25 12:40:06 EST 2018

Dear All,

The Committee on Korean Studies of AAS used to have a newsletter and we're
resurrecting it! I'm putting it all together, so I hope to receive your
newsletter submissions by the *15th of December*.

At the very least I hope you send information about your 2017 and 2018
publications. If you send them in bibliography format, that's great, and
for books a blurb about the book or even cover photo would be nice. Links
are useful, too. Let everyone know (or remind them) about your recent

I am also happy to get any sort of creative submissions, reviews of recent
conferences, updates on your new initiatives, calls for participation in
future conferences or other events, and so on. Do you have a reaction to
SanE's "Feminist"? Make it a short column! Do you have words of thanks for
your Korean Studies mentor you want to make public? Send it in! Even your
best photo related to Korea from the past year that you want to share with
the rest of us (or a  whole photo essay!).

Don't forget to prompt your graduate students to send something in, too.

You do not need to be a current dues paying AAS member to submit, as long
as you have participated in AAS before, or plan to in the future and
identify as a scholar of Korea (broadly defined).

The newsletter will be automatically sent to all members of AAS who checked
'Korea' as their primary area, and I will also email this list serve with
the link to the CKS website (where the newsletter will be located) once the
newsletter is complete. For your reference, this is the link to the website
-- http://www.koreanstudies.org/

Have a joyous day,

CedarBough Saeji


CedarBough T. Saeji  ∞ Profile on Academia.edu

Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia
Department of Asian Studies

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sustaining cultural diversity may do very little to foster the processes of
change and regeneration that are needed to ensure cultural vitality and
heterogeneity" (Pietrobruno 2009: 240).

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