Kyujanggak International Symposium on Korean Studies
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14 Jan 2020 09:03
The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies has is now accepting applications for its 2020 fellowships:
affiliations starting from March 2020. Besides the fellowships, which come with several benefits including monthly stipend and airfare reimbursement, there are also a number of other options, including junior fellowships (for PhD students), visiting scholars, and visiting students. Full explanations can be found on our website; applications can also be submitted via the ICKS website of Kyujanggak:
For any additional information, please contact at icks[@]
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From February 6 to 7, the International Center for Korean Studies of the Kyujanggak Institute is hosting a <Global Discussion Forum on the Present and the Future of Korean Studies>. This event is organized in order to gather various thoughts and experiences of Korean Studies scholars all around the world and to search for ways to further develop the field in the post-pandemic era. Total of seventeen speakers from North America, Europe, Asia and Oceania will share their insights, and we hope this event to be a productive time for everyone in the Korean Studies arena. We ask for your interest and participation.

Title: Global Discussion on the Present and the Future of Korean Studies

Date: Feb 6 (Mon) – Feb 7 (Tue), 10:30-17:30 (KST)

Venue: Zoom

- Day 1 (Session 1-3): (ID: 946 6103 1342/ PW: 527130)

- Day 2 (Session 4-6): (ID: 967 0823 7079/PW: 831937)

Please contact 이 이메일 주소가 스팸봇으로부터 보호됩니다. 확인하려면 자바스크립트 활성화가 필요합니다. (Tel. 02-880-9378) for more information.
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31 May 2023 02:50
Call for Papers

16th Kyujanggak International Symposium on Korean Studies

November 2-3, 2023

Since 2008, the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies has held its annual Korean Studies Symposium. This Symposium allows for both in-depth discussions of specialized topics and exchanges with experts in many other areas of Korean studies.

For the 16th annual meeting (Nov. 2-3, 2023), we plan to host up to ten sessions as well as two keynote speeches. We invite panel proposals and/or individual papers in any field of Korean studies. We are particularly interested in innovative and cross-disciplinary proposals that seek to discuss key issues in the field, including the current state of the field and future prospects for Korean studies. Broad East Asian or global perspectives including China and Japan are also welcome to apply.

Preference will be given to research that is not yet contracted for publication; accepted papers can then be considered for publication in any of the journals published by Kyujanggak, i.e., Seoul Journal of Korean Studies (SCOPUS/ESCI), Hanguk Munhwa (KCI), and Kyujanggak (KCI). We also plan to publish edited volumes based on selected conference papers. Two edited volumes from the 13th Kyujanggak International Symposium in 2020 are expected to be published this year by Routledge (eds. by Joanne Cho, Lee Roberts and Sang Hwan Seong).

This year, the Symposium will be an in-person event along with online streaming via Zoom. The applicants whose papers are accepted for presentations will be invited to present their works at Kyujanggak. For domestic or online participants, an honorarium of 300,000 KRW will be offered to presenters and 200,000 KRW to moderators and discussants. Presenters from abroad will be offered up to 1,500,000 KRW for flights and accommodation support (this does not apply to moderators/discussants). For those who would like to be considered for travel support, an unpublished draft (at least 10 pages with font size 12) will be additionally requested for further evaluation.

For those who are invited to the Symposium and would like their papers to be considered for the Edited Volume publication, further instructions will be given after the participants are confirmed. Please be advised that the full paper (app. 6,000-7,000 words) should be submitted to be reviewed.

For application, please use the online application form on the ICKS website ( The application is due by July 7, 2023 (KST). The requirements are as follows:

- Names, affiliation/title and contact information of all speakers (one moderator, four to five presenters, discussants up to two)
- Abstracts with titles (500 words each)
- CV of all participants

- Name, affiliation/title and contact information
- Abstract with title (500 words)
- CV

The notifications for accepted individual and panel presenters will be sent before July 24, 2023. The conference will take place on November 2-3, 2023 (Thu-Fri) at the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies.

For further information regarding the Symposium, please contact 이 이메일 주소가 스팸봇으로부터 보호됩니다. 확인하려면 자바스크립트 활성화가 필요합니다. (Tel. +82-2-880-9378).

Dr. Chang-Sook Lee
Director of Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies

Dr. Sang-Hwan Seong
Director of International Center of Korean Studies (ICKS) at Kyujanggak
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