Korean Studies Graduate Student Colloquium
Beginning in the fall of 2008 there will be a student initiated and run Korean Studies Graduate Student Colloquium.
The KSGSC will be organizing an approximately bi-weekly (1st and 3rd Tuesday 6-8pm) meeting for all students who are interested in focusing their research on Korea and Korea-related issues. During these meetings, in addition to networking with other students, there will be presentations and discussions pertaining to professionalization, challenges to research in/on Korea, and new research in the field. Faculty members and visitors to UCLA will sometimes join KSFSC meetings, but the Colloquium is a student project. It will provide an ideal forum for feedback on papers in progress, preparation for academic conferences and information sharing for a future in academia.
11/18 Robert Buswell
The Benefits of Membership in Professional Organizations and Current Research Projects
12/2 Namhee Lee
How to Get Published in Korean Studies
Students from all disciplines are invited to attend.
For more information contact organizer CedarBough Saeji (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Published: Friday, August 15, 2008