[KS] [GWIKS] The 2022 Graduate Student Research and Publication Workshop

GW Institute for Korean Studies gwiks at gwu.edu
Mon Sep 20 16:38:21 EDT 2021

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The GW Institute for Korean Studies presents:

The 2022 Graduate Student Research and Publication Workshop


The GW Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS) is announcing a call for papers for the Graduate Student Research and Publication Workshop for 2022.

About this Workshop

The GWIKS Graduate Student Research and Publication Workshop offers a venue for Korean Studies graduate students to present and receive feedback on their ongoing work. This workshop distinguishes itself from others in that it focuses on not only providing advice to students on their research but also mentoring them through the academic publishing process. It brings together scholars of different disciplines in the field and editor of prominent journals. Since the job market is becoming more competitive and job candidates are expected to have at least one or two publications, the aim of the workshop is to help graduate students build relationships with their disciplinary peers and also prepare them early for their ongoing academic careers.

We welcome applications from M.A. or Ph.D. students working on all aspects of Korea, even those that fall outside of the traditional Korean Studies disciplines of history, literature, and the social sciences. We also particularly encourage graduate students outside of the U.S. and English-language academic world to apply.

Application Details

The workshop will take place VIRTUALLY on Friday, January 14 and Saturday, January 15, 2022. Applications are open to all current M.A. or Ph.D. graduate students working on a Korea-related topic.

Interested students should submit the following to gwiks at gwu.edu (mailto:gwiks at gwu.edu?subject=GW%20Institute%20for%20Korean%20Studies%20Graduate%20Student%20Research%20and%20Publication%20Workshop%20Application) by October 31, 2021 at 11:59 PM: 

1) A paper abstract and proposal of 2-3 pages (in English)

2) A current CV

Successful candidates will be notified in mid-November. There will be a $500.00 prize for the student awarded the 'Best Research Paper'.

For questions on the workshop, please reach out to Jack Davey at  daveyja at email.gwu.edu (mailto:daveyja at email.gwu.edu).

APPLY NOW! (mailto:gwiks at gwu.edu)

GW Institute for Korean Studies
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The GW Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS), a university wide Institute housed in the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University was founded in 2016. The establishment of the GWIKS was made possible by a generous grant from the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS). The mission of GWIKS is to consolidate, strengthen, and grow the existing Korean studies program at GW, and more generally in the greater D.C. area and beyond. The Institute enables and enhances productive research and education relationships within GW, and among the many experts throughout the region and the world. 


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