Nuevo--->>> Programa Antoni de Montserrat 2010-Casa Asia
Dentro del programa se convocan 3 ayudas de 6.000 € cada una para viáticos y deberán ser debidamente justificados en concepto de cobertura de gastos de viaje y/o estancia en nuestro país.
Abierta la convocatoria para la VII Escuela de Orient: Jornadas interculturales para jóvenes universitarios asiáticos y occidentales
Casa Asia os propone participar en la VII Escuela de Orient, unas jornadas de estudio y debate intercultural entre jóvenes asiáticos y occidentales que se celebrarán, al igual que en las seis ediciones anteriores, en la isla de Mallorca. Este año la Escuela de Orient se celebrará entre el jueves 25 de junio y el miércoles 1 de julio del 2009. Estas jornadas pretenden ser un espacio de convivencia y de debate sobre temas de actualidad que nos afectan por ser jóvenes y por pertenecer a un mundo globalizado e interdependiente.
En las jornadas se alternan sesiones de trabajo en grupo y debate, con actividades lúdicas o de tiempo libre: visitas culturales, excursiones por la isla, talleres de diversos temas, etc.
Las sesiones de estudio de los distintos temas se desarrollarán a través de dinámicas de grupo variadas, que facilitan la participación.
The World Congress for Korean Politics and Society 2009
Call for Papers
The World Congress for Korean Politics and Society 2009 by the Korean Political Science Association will be held in Seoul, South Korea, from August 20 to 22. The main theme for the Congress is "Korea at the Crossroads." Contributions are invited for the Congress that aims at vigorous discussion of the latest developments in and around Korea covering, but not limited to, a variety of themes of study such as: (1) Prospects of Korean political economy in lieu of the global financial crisis in 2008; (2) Issues related to North Korea, such as nuclear crisis and refugee problems; (3) New leadership models for Korea in the 21st century; (4) Big government vs. small government in the wake of post-Washington-Consensus era; (5) The effect of the Obama government and the prospect of East Asian security; (6) Political process and civic participation in Korea; (7) Multiculturalism in Korea; (8) Korea as an aging society; (9) Social cleavage and integration – perspectives from political sociology and psychology. Contributions from across the social sciences and humanities, both discipline-specific and interdisciplinary, will be welcomed. We welcome submission of papers, full-panel and roundtable proposals for any of the areas mentioned above and other related fields. We also strongly encourage graduate students' participation in the Congress. Please join us at this wonderful event that brings together experts on Korea from different disciplines.
Venue: Korea University, Seoul, South Korea
Date: August 20 to 22, 2009
NEW Submission Deadline for Paper and Panel Proposal: May 15, 2009
• Papers for presentation can be written either in English or in Korean. Please indicate whether you wish to participate in an English panel or a Korean panel.
• Due for papers is July 15.
► Registration fee:
• KPSA members: Free (for those who have paid membership fee for this year only)
Early registration before May 1; US $100
After May 1, 2009: US $150
Registration on site: US $200
• Graduate students
Early registration before May 1; US $50
After May 1, 2009: US $75
Registration on site: US $100
• The KPSA will guarantee accommodation for those who register before June 1.
• The KPSA will also arrange rooms for extra-stay, but the cost for extra-nights should be borne by participants.
• The KPSA will cover up to three nights of accommodation (from August 19 to 22) and three meals each day at the designated restaurant for paper-givers from abroad.
• The KPSA will cover up to one night of accommodation (from August 19 to 22) for registered domestic participants from areas outside Seoul.
• Participants should pay for additional stays and meals.
• We will try to accommodate late applicants as well, but room assignment may not be guaranteed.
• Each room is to be assigned to two persons. If you do not want to share your room, you will have to pay extra $50 per night.
► Transportation including air & incidentals: to be borne by participants.
► Travel Grants: The KPSA has allocated a small travel fund to assist foreign scholars from developing countries who wish to participate. This travel fund is for airfare and registration, and available upon request on the competitive basis.
► For further information concerning the conference and the application process for participation, please visit our website (http://www.kpsa.or.kr/congress2009), or contact the Program Director, Dr. Sang Sin Lee, at email@example.com.
6TH Korean Studies Graduate Students Convention (KSGSC) in Europe
Moscow State University (Russia)
3-5 August 2009
The KSGSC committee is pleased to announce the 6th convention for graduate students, hosted by the International Center for Korean Studies of Moscow State University. The conference aims to give graduate students in all Korea-related fields an opportunity to present their research, share academic interests, and strengthen ties with other junior scholars. On the back of successful previous conventions at Ruhr University, Bochum (2004), SOAS, London (2005), the Oriental Institute, Prague (2006), and Edinburgh University (2007), Leiden University (2008) a KSGSC organization committee has been set up under the umbrella of the Association for Korean Studies in Europe (AKSE) to ensure the continuation of the conference.
KSGSC 2009 information
Dates: August 3-5, 2009
Location: Moscow State University, Russia
Eligible Applicants: MA students, PhD students, and post-docs who have received their PhD in the last two years (The conference is open to applicants from outside Europe but preference in the selection process will be given to students studying at European universities).
Travel, accommodation and meals: The KSGSC organization committee will seek outside sponsoring to cover most expenses for presenters from European universities (travel expenses, Moscow State University campus dormitory, meals). Presenters from outside Europe should seek financial support from their own universities for travel expenses.
Meals will be provided for all presenters. Non-presenting guests will be charged for meals and accommodation (if they book the hotel through KSGSC).
Submission of abstracts: All those wishing to present a paper at the 2009 KSGSC are asked to submit an abstract by March 1, 2009.
Please e-mail the conference organizers with the following information:
1) your full name as you would like it to appear in the abstract booklet and conference schedule;
2) contact info (e-mail and telephone);
3) major area of study (region and discipline);
4) title of your paper;
5) one-page (500 words max.) abstract in print-ready format, including your name and
6) we will not accept applications without abstracts (Please provide five key words for your paper in the abstract)
Notification of acceptance: within a month of application deadline.
Final Papers (5-7 pages maximum, in Word document format) are due by July 1, 2009.
Organiz?er contact details:
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (The KSGSC committee)
Call for Papers
Korean Religions Group of the American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting, November 7-10, 2009
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
We invite paper proposals for the KRG panel for this year's AAR meeting in Montreal. The proposal may deal with:
-sacred time, space, or cosmology in Korean religions;
-concepts of time in different Korean religions;
-religious meaning of place in Korean religions;
-religion and revolution, eschatology, and utopia in Korean religions; and
-Korean religions and fiction or globalization.
We also invite papers for a potential joint panel with the Daoist Studies Group on all aspects of Korean Daoism. Especially welcome are proposals that focus on the state of Daoist Studies in Korea; Korean adaptation and uses of
Chinese Daoist scriptural traditions; the popularization of Daoist ideals and relations between Daoism and the state in Koryo and Choson periods.
The deadline for submitting proposals is March 1, 2009.
Please submit your proposals online, following these steps:
1. Go to the American Academy of Religion web site (_www.aarweb.org_
2. Click 2009 Annual Meeting's Call for Papers.
3. Click Browse by Program Unit and Type.
4. Click Korean Religions Group.
5. Click Online (for the method of submission).
6. Click a New Proposal
7. Click Individual Paper Proposal
8. Provide the requested information.
Participation requirements at the Annual Meeting:
Membership is not required to submit a proposal in response to the Call for Papers. However, all participants accepted to the program must be current (2009) AAR members and registered for the Annual Meeting by June 15, 2009.
Membership waivers are available to participants working outside the field of the study of religion or participants from developing nations. Contact the program unit chair for more details on how to arrange a waiver.
If you have questions, please e-mail Tim Lee (email@example.com_
5º Foro Internacional de Sinología
El Instituto Portugués de Sinología está organizando su 5º Foro Internacional de Sinología, que se llevará a cabo en 2010 del 26 al 28 de febrero en Lisboa y del 5 al 7 de marzo en Oporto, con el tema "China Expuesta, Impuesta, Propuesta". Por ello se congratula de recibir trabajos de especialistas en China, en especial de investigadores, académicos y estudiantes de posgrado.
El Foro incluirá el panel "Vidas expuestas, impuestas: Macao y Shanghai", que se llevará a cabo el 28 de febrero en Lisboa. Por ello se congratula de recibir resúmenes de los textos propuestos sobre el tema de especialistas en las relaciones entre Macao y Shanghai. También invita a todos aquellos con una experiencia vital significativa compartida entre las dos ciudades a participar.
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