The 1st KSAA Biennial Conference was held at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, on 27-28 September 1999. The conference proceedings were published entitled, Linking Korea and Australasia for the New Century. Full conference proceedings (PDF) (NB: ± 9 MB file).
The 2nd KSAA Biennial Conference was held at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, on 24-25 September 2001. The conference proceedings were published entitled, Korean Studies at the Dawn of the Millennium. Full conference proceedings (PDF) (NB: ± 5 MB file).
The 3rd KSAA Biennial Conference was held at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia, on 30 June-1 July 2003. The conference proceedings were published entitled, Korea: Language, Knowledge and Society. Full conference proceedings (PDF) (NB: ± 9 MB file).
The 4th KSAA Biennial Conference, titled Intellectual Engagements with Korea: Diversity in Korean Studies in Australasia, was held at the University of Auckland, 14-15 July 2005. Selected papers have been published as conference proceedings. Full conference proceedings (PDF) (NB: ± 13 MB file).
The 5th Korean Studies Association of Australasia (KSAA) Biennial Conference was held at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia, during 12-13 July 2007. The theme of the conference was “Enlightening Korea: Converging or Diverging”. Full conference proceedings (PDF) (NB: ± 9 MB file).
The 6th KSAA Biennial Conference was held at the University of Sydney, Australia, on 9–10 July 2009. The conference theme was Global Korea: Old and New. Individual papers can be downloaded below.
- Robert E. Buswell JR., “Korean Buddhist Journeys to Lands Worldly and Otherworldly“
- Do Hyun Han, “Visibility and Academic Impact of Korean Studies in the Global Academic Community“
- En Young Ahn, “When Was Modernism in Korean Art?“
- J.P. Park, “De-influencing Late Chosŏn (1700-1850): Open and Closed Discourses on Early Modern Korean Art“
- Tae Young Choi, “Internationalisation Processes of MBC, Korea“
- Ben Goldsmith, “Made in Australia/New Zealand/South Korea … The New Landscape of International Film Production“
- Brain Yecies, “What the Boomerang Misses: Pursuing International Film Co-production Treaties and Strategies“
- Jane Chi Hyun Park, “Remaking the Korean RomCom: A Case Study of Yeopgijeogin geunyeo and My Sassy Girl“
- Hyun-Key Kim Hogarth, “Matrifocality in Korean Society: Hindrance or Help Towards Gender Equality?“
- Lionel Babicz, “South Korea, Japan, and China: In Search of a Shared Historical Awareness“
- David Hundt, “South Korea Confronts the Rise of China“
- Yelee An & Seon Yeong Kim, “Variation in Country Name Words in Early Modern Korea“
- Duk-Soo Park, “A Pitch Analysis of Two Types of wh-Clauses in Korean“
- Kyu Suk Shin, “The Conceptual Structure of the Verb nata“
- Insuk Lee, “Expressing Confucian Culture Through Kagok Songs and Their Kisaeng Performers“
- Myoung In Yu, “Kuunmong and the Sinosphere: Focusing on its Title“
- Bronwen Dalton & Kyungja Jung, “The Humanitarian’s Dilemma: The Experience of International NGOs in North Korea“
- Heike Hermanns, “The Reorganisation of Local Administration in South Korea: The Debate on Democracy and Efficiency in Local Governance“
- Gregory N. Evon, “Constructing a Buddhist Imaginary in Colonial Korea (1910-1945)“
- Haeyoung Jang, Kyungja Jung & Bronwen Dalton, “Factors Influencing Labour Migration of Korean Women into the Entertainment and Sex Industry in Australia“
- Dashibalov Bair, “The Xiongny archaeology: Questioning the Connection Between the Traditions of the Early Mongols and Ancient Koreans“
- Joseph Kim, “The Role of Multinational Companies in Shaping the Copyright Institution of Korea: Theoretical Considerations“
- Joon Shik Shin & Susan McGrath-Champ, “Pyramid Subcontracting and OHS in the Sydney Construction Industry“
- Stephen Epstein, “The Bride(s) From Hanoi: South Korean Popular Culture, Vietnam and “Asia” in the New Millennium“
- Ae Gyung Shim, “From the Center of Different Peripheries: Constructing Cultural Content in a New Age of Diversity“
- Seiko Yasumoto, “Japan and Korea as a Source of Media and Cultural Capital“
- Inshil Choe Yoon, “The Significance of Geomancy in Understanding T’aengniji“
- Mikyung Kang, “Library Materials and Services at the Harvard-Yenching Library for the Korean Studies Scholarly Community“
- Jung-Sim Kim, “Library Services for Korean Studies at Monash University“
- Sooji Lee, “RISS International: A Gateway to Korean Research Information“
- Dane Alston, “Yangch’on Kwŏn Kŭn and the Confucian Canon“
- Andreas Mueller-Lee, “Some Remarks on the Importance of Traditional Taxonomical Reference Books for Conceptual History, and on Traditional Notions of Religions in Korea and East Asia“
- Steve Chiung Lok Wai, “Pushing the Envelope for Transnational Political Advocacy: Unconventional Channels in EU-DPRK Relations“
- Young-A Cho, “Project-based Self-study of the Korean Language“
- Seong-Chul Shin, “Students’ Motivation, Learning Experiences and Learning-Style Preferences: A Survey on Australian College Students of Korean“
- In-Jung Cho, “Discourse Functions of ‘Adnominaliser (ass/eossdeon, eun, neun, eul) + geos-ida’“
- Rosemary Se-Soon Kang, “Kim Chi-Ha’s Pansori and Oe Kenzaburo: Focused on Grotesque Realism in “Ttongbada” Exemplified by Oe Kenzaburo“
- Leonid A. Petrov, “The Politics of Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation: 1998-2008“
- Ryo Hinata-Yamaguchi, “North Korea’s Military and Economics: Impact of the Current Economic Situation in North Korea to its Military Capabilities“
- Yooil Bae, “Decentralization and Transformation of Central State in South Korea: The Role of Local and Civil Society“
- John Jorgensen, “Koguryŏ Buddhism: Pacifist Religion in a Multi-ethnic Warrior Kingdom“
- David W. Kim, “A Korean Reader’s Insight on Thomas and Its Oral Tradition Origin“
- Gil-Soon Han & Sun Jung, “Ethnic Media in the Globalising Context: Transnational Quest for Identity of Different Generations as Portrayed in the Korean-Australian Media“
- Yihua Hong, “Identity Transformations of Chosŏnjok Migrant Brides in South Korea“
- Changzoo Song, “Learning Democracy and Exerting Cultural Citizenship: Korean Chinese Migrant Workers’ View of Korean Democracy“
The 7th KSAA Biennial Conference was held on 16-18 November, 2011 at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. The theme of the conference was “Korean Studies in the Era of Global Partnership”. Conference Program (PDF)
The 8th KSAA Biennial Conference was held on 27-28 June, 2013 at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. The theme of the conference was “Korea and the Southern Hemisphere”. Full conference proceedings (PDF) (NB: ± 3.5 MB file).
The 9th KSAA Biennial Conference was held on 25-27 November, 2015 at the University of South Australia. The theme of the conference was “Korean Studies beyond Australasia”. Full conference program (PDF).