Month: April 2019

Broadcasting Histories of Second-Generation Koreans in Hawai‘i

Gary Pak Center for Korean Studies faculty member Gary Pak, a professor of English at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa, will lead a colloquium titled “Plantation Children: Broadcasting Histories of Second-Generation Koreans in Hawai‘i” Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at the Center. The colloquim begins at 1:30 p.m. and runs until 3:00 p.m. This program …

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GWIKS Book Manuscript Workshop

The George Washington University Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS) has announced its Korean Studies Book Manuscript Workshop for faculty working on a second book. The workshop is intended to provide support for faculty, regardless of citizenship, in the humanities and social sciences who are in the middle phase of writing a second monograph. The Institute …

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Call for Papers: Journal of Northeast Asian History

The Northeast Asian History Foundation invites the submission of outstanding unpublished papers for review and possible publication in The Journal of Northeast Asian History in 2019. The Journal of Northeast Asian History is a peer-reviewed, semi-annual, English-language journal that focuses on history-based approaches to Asian politics, cultures, economy, and other fields to shed light on …

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SPAS Graduate Student Conference

The 2019 annual UH School of Pacific and Asian Studies Graduate Student Conference begins Thursday, April 11, at the Center for Korean Studies. Thogchai Winichakul, a well-known critic of Thai political and social issues, will deliver the keynote speech at 3 p.m. to highlight the conference opening day. (See the conference program here.) Thongchai Winichakul …

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