The organizing committee of the 5th World Congress of Korean Studies invites academics and professionals in Korean studies to submit proposals for inclusion in the program of the Congress, to be held October 25 – 28, 2010, at the Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan. The theme of the Congress is Korean Studies for the Advancement of Global Civilization.
The program will include sessions on history, sociology, culture/anthropology, political science, economics/trade/industry, law, art, folklore, literature, education, science/technology, philosophy, religion, and language. Special sessions will be held on Korean language education and exchanges between China and Taiwan and on cultural exchanges between Korea and China and Taiwan.
Paper and panel proposals must be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com between January 26 and April 30, 2010. Abstracts cannot exceed one page in English, Korean, or Chinese and must be accompanied by a curriculum vitae and a completed application form, which can be downloaded from http://www.aks.ac.kr/eng_home/notice/notice_read.asp?num=87&group_id=87. Panel proposals must include an abstract and curriculum vitae for each panelist.
Proposals will be evaluated on the basis of content and suitability. Selected presenters will be contacted individually by May 28, 2010, and notified about the guidelines. Submission of full papers (10 – 15 pages) is due via e-mail by August 27, 2010.
For further information, contact the secretariat at the Academy of Korean Studies:
- Questions: Contact Sue-min Kwak at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +82 – 31-709‑9843
Fax: +82 – 31-809‑9945
Organizers and sponsors of the Congress include the Academy of Korean Studies, Chinese Culture University, the International Society for Korean Studies, the Pacific and Asia Conference on Korean Studies, the Korean Studies Association of Australasia, the Association for Korean Studies in Europe, the Central Asian Association for Korean Studies, and the Committee on Korean Studies of the Association for Asian Studies.