[KS] CFP: 7th Biennial Korean Studies Association of Australasia Conference
Stephen.Epstein at vuw.ac.nz
Tue May 10 06:32:51 EDT 2011
The Korean Studies Association of Australasia (KSAA)
7th Biennial Conference
CALL FOR PAPERS
The KSAA 7th Biennial Conference will be held at the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia, during 16 – 18 November 2011. The theme of the conference is “Korean Studies in the Era of Global Partnership”.KSAA welcomes research papers in all fields related to Korean Studies, including Humanities, SocialSciences and Business. Research students in Korean Studies are also encouraged to participate, as this conference will be an important opportunity to present their research findings and to receive constructive feedback and comments from senior scholars in the field.
KSAA will provide some financial assistance toward the accommodation cost for those who will present a paper at the conference. For this purpose, applications for grants have been submitted at various institutions, including the Korea Foundation and the Academy of Korean Studies. The details of the financial assistance will be determined later, depending on the number of papers and the amount of the grant available.
Those who wish to present a paper should forward an abstract to the Conference Administrator by 31st May 2011 clara.kim at unsw.edu.au<mailto:clara.kim at unsw.edu.au>. The abstract should not be longer than 300 words, and should have a separate submission form, attached below, and a bibliography/list of references. Proposals to form a panel should include the aim of the session, details of the presenters and abstracts for each paper. Abstracts or proposals must be submitted by email either in a MS Word file or a pdf file.
Full papers should be single spaced using Times New Roman Font 12, and no longer than 30 pages including tables, figures and the list of references. Papers must use the Chicago Style Author-Date citation and reference system. For examples, see the Author-Date tab at
http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html and for additional examples, click on the link for Chapter 15.
The Conference Proceedings will be divided into Refereed and Non-Refereed Sections.
Presenters/authors can choose to have their papers refereed in a double blind review; see below. For more information please see KSAA website. (http://www.ksaa.net/)
31 May : Deadline of submission of Abstracts and Proposals for panels
30 June : Successful papers and panels notified
31 August : Full Papers for all presenters to be submitted;
(if you want your full paper to be refereed for inclusion in the Refereed
Section of the Conference Proceedings, the paper will go through a double
blind refereeing process at this point.)
16 – 18 November: Conference
Ms Clara Kim
Korea Research Institute (KRI at UNSW)
The University of New South Wales,
Sydney, NSW, 2052, Australia
Phone (61-2) 9385-4466 Email: clara.kim at unsw.edu.au
Fax (61-2) 9385-5622
Professor Chung-Sok Suh, The University of New South Wales (Conference Chair)
Associate Professor Hong-Key Yoon, The University of Auckland,
Dr Young-A Cho, Monash University
Dr Ruth Barraclough, Australian National University
Dr Greg Evon, The University of New South Wales
Associate Professor Stephen Epstein, Victoria University of Wellington
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