The Korean Studies Association of Australasia will hold its ninth biennial conference at the University of South Australia, Adelaide, November 25–27, 2015. The Program Committee for the conference will accept proposals for individual papers, panels, and roundtable discussions until July 31, 2015.
Paper and panel proposals must be categorized into one of six tracks:
- Korean language pedagogy and linguistics, Seong-Chul Shin (email@example.com), chair;
- Religion, gender, minority communities and multiculturalism in the formation of modern Korea, Roald Maliangkaij (roald.maliangkay@añu.edu.au), chair;
- Political economy of North Korea: gender, human rights, NGO activities, Changzoo Song (firstname.lastname@example.org), chair;
- Political economy of South Korea: Korea as middle power, international relations, domestic politics, South-North relations, international trade, business and economy, globalization, Chung-Sok Suh (email@example.com) and You-il Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org), chairs;
- Korean (south/north) arts, history, philosophy, social issues, Joanna Elfving-hwang (email@example.com), chair;
- Teaching Korean Studies, Young-A Cho (firstname.lastname@example.org), chair.
The official language of the conference is English. Papers for presentation in Korean may be considered, but all abstracts must be written in English. Inquiries should be addressed to the track chairs or the program chair, You-il Lee (email@example.com).
For additional information about the Korean Studies Association of Australasia, the conference, and procedures for submitting proposals, see the KSAA Web site at http://koreanstudiesaa.wordpress.com.