UWA’s Korea Research Centre is organising a Postgraduate eWorkshop designed to provide a forum for those enrolled in a research degree course such as PhD, MPhil or MRes in Korean Studies to present their research, and receive feedback and mentoring from established international scholars in the field of Korean Studies. Continue reading
Kyungpook National University is looking hire a sociologist to join a small but dynamic department. The successful applicant would be expected to be able to teach in Korean. Application deadline: 4 November 2020. For more information, please click on this link. Additional information can be downloaded here and here.
This initiative seeks to bring together Honours students, postgraduate students and PhD candidates for a monthly get-together for those who are working on research relating to the Korea peninsula, regardless of disciplines or university affiliation.
This year, the Korean Cultural Centre’s Korean Film Festival will be entirely online, so enjoying it has never been easier. For more information click here.
The ANU’s Crawford School has a temporary job opportunity for current ANU students or graduates to hone their editing skills. Please click here to download the announcement and link.