KSAA 8th Biennial Conference 2013: Korea and the Southern Hemisphere

Keynote Speaker

Prof. Sun Joo Kim, Harvard University

Venue

Law Theatre, ANU College of Law (5), Fellows Road, ANU

Date

Thursday, 27 June, 2013 – 08:30 to Friday, 28 June, 2013 – 19:00

Program

The program can be found here (PDF). The flyer can be downloaded here (PDF).

Conference Proceedings

The KSAA Biennial Conference 2013 organising committee will compile a peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings volume comprising a limited number papers presented during the conference. The Conference Proceedings will be sold on-site for AUD$5 per CD. To book a copy, please send an email to korea@anu.edu.au

Registration information

The online registration link is here. Registering will require a few minutes to complete. Credit Card details will be required when making payment. For catering purposes, please register prior to the start of the conference. Before clicking on the link, please note the following information:
Registration fee during early bird period (17 May 2013 to 12 June 2013):
  • For KSAA members or students: AUD$50. To become a KSAA member (AUD$10 for students, AUD$20 per year for staff/non-students), please click here.
  • For non-KSAA members: AUD$100
Regular registration fee (13 June 2013 to 28 June 2013):
  • For KSAA members or students: AUD$100. To become a KSAA member (AUD$10 for students, AUD$20 per year for staff/non-students), please click here.
  • For non-KSAA members: AUD$150*

Participants registered as KSAA members may be asked for proof of membership, so please bring along a printed email in regards to your registration/proof of payment.

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