The Korea University Korean History (KUKH) Graduate Student Conference invites graduate students from around the world and conducting research in Korean history to submit abstracts for our 2015 conference. The KUKH Graduate Student Conference is an annual conference which aims to provide a forum for graduate students to exchange ideas and discuss current research on Korean history. This one-day conference on Korea University’s Anam campus in Seoul is an opportunity for young scholars to present their research to both their peers and eminent scholars.
The NATSA 2015 conference, titled “Motions and the Motionless: (Dis/Re)Connecting Taiwan to the World,” endeavours to advance global Taiwan studies by setting Taiwan in motion, both in theory and in practice. This conference invites scholarly works informed by the notion of motionmovement, flows, circulation, acceleration, stoppage, repetition, mobility, among others.
CFP (Reminder): Rural Chinese Society in the 21st Century. What exactly is “the Chinese countryside” today and how do we define “rural society” in an age of fast-breaking boundaries between urban and rural areas? How are recent social and economic developments transforming rural spaces and the lives, identities and perceptions of individuals, families, and communities in the Chinese countryside?
The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California Graduate Student Conference invites graduate students from around the world conducting research in all disciplines related to East Asia to submit abstracts for our 2015 conference, to take place April 11 - 12, 2015. This conference aims to investigate and formulate new theorizations of memory, moment, and mobility as well as rethink how communities and individuals construct narratives in the context of East Asia.