KSAA Postgraduate Workshop 2012
The Australian National University, Canberra, 15-16 November 2012
CALL FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL – DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 15 AUGUST!!!
The Korean Studies Association of Australasia (KSAA) is holding a research workshop for postgraduate students and early career scholars in Korean Studies on 15-16 November, 2012. The workshop is sponsored by the Korea Foundation as part of their ongoing effort to support scholarship in Korean studies and foster the field in Australia and New Zealand.
The workshop is designed to provide a forum for young researchers in Korean studies to present original research and receive feedback from senior scholars. The primary goal is to have research students and early career researchers present a proposal for research or a progress report on an on-going research project, and receive constructive comments and suggestions from academics in their respective field. Presentations on completed research are also welcome. From the papers of the workshop, a few will be selected for publication at the International Review of Korean Studies, subject to the outcome of the review process. (IROKS is ranked at the category “B” in the 2009 ERA ranking of the ARC.)
All research scholars in Korean Studies (Honours students, Masters by research students, PhD students) and early career researchers who have completed their PhDs in the past three years are invited to submit proposals for consideration. Recipients of Korea Foundation postgraduate scholarships are particularly encouraged to take part.
Research Students and Early Career Researchers
Students and early career researchers are kindly requested to submit the application form with an abstract of their paper by 15 August, 2012. The abstract should be no longer than 500 words. Students will also need to obtain a reference letter from their supervisor. Please note that all presenters will have their travel costs reimbursed.
If you are a senior scholar interested in being a discussant for the conference, please indicate your interest to us by 15 August, 2012. Please use the form available on the KSAA website. Please note that all discussants will have their travel costs reimbursed.
This workshop is an exciting opportunity to participate in the growth of Korean studies and take part in the scholarly community. We sincerely hope that all who are interested will join us for this important event.
- Date: 15-16 November, 2012
- Venue: Australian National University
The details of accommodation and travel assistance will be announced later.
- Proposal Submission Due: 15 August 2012
- Announcing Successful Proposals 31 August 2012
- Full Paper Due: 31 October 2012
Special Note: Travel grants will be provided to research students and early career researchers based in Australia or New Zealand only.
Application forms can be found on the KSAA website: http://www.ksaa.net/
-- Hyaeweol Choi ANU-Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies Director, Korea Institute School of Culture, History and Language College of Asia and the Pacific Australian National University Canberra, ACT 0200 t. +61 2 6125 6476 e. Hyaeweol.Choi@anu.edu.au w. http://koreainstitute.anu.edu.au