Call for Papers — KSAA 10th Biennial Conference – EXTENDED

The Call for Papers for the upcoming KSAA 10th Biennial Conference (15-17 November 2017, UTS, Sydney) can be downloaded here. The deadline for submissions has been extended to 22 June. Please use this form to submit your abstract. NB: the form shows the old due date for submissions, which may be ignored. Deadline: 22 June (!). 

Professor of Economics at Seoul National University, Mr Kuen Lee, will be the conference’s keynote speaker. His profile can be viewed here.

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Assoc. Prof. Hyung-A Kim — What will Moon Jae-In’s “New Era of Gwanghwamun Presidency” Mean?

Korea Institute Speaker Series:

Associate Professor Hyung-A Kim, Korea Politics and History, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

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ASAA’s Women in Asia Conference (UWA), September 26-28, 2017 – submissions due 31 March!

Women in the Asian Century: Challenges and Possibilities

We are pleased to announce that the Call for Papers for the 11th Women in Asia Conference is open.
 
This Conference was an initiative of the Women’s Caucus (now Women’s Forum) of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) back in 1981. In 2017 the Conference will be held at the University of Western Australia, 26-28 September.

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International Forum on Experiences and Perspectives of Koreans in Australia and New Zealand

International Forum: Experiences and Perspectives of Koreans in Australia and New Zealand

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Vacancy: Senior Lecturer in Korean Studies at the University of Melbourne

Senior Lecturer in Korean Studies at the Asia Institute, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne

Salary: $116,901 – $134,792 p.a. plus 17% superannuation

The Asia Institute has established a significant partnership with the Korea Foundation to develop a new and innovative Korea Studies position for an engaged academic with networks in Korea and internationally. The Asia Institute is The University of Melbourne’s key centre for studies in Asian languages, cultures and societies, and is committed to community engagement and cultural exchanges that aim to promote dialogue and debate. Continue reading

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