Blogging and Events

I am in Portland, at ASPAC 2010, and having my usual conference fun. It’s a pretty full schedule, so I’m not going to try to blog during, but I’ll get some blogging in after, and mostly here because I’m mostly doing Japan panels this year. However, I am experimenting with using laptop and iPad as […]

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Empty history

I’m spending a few weeks in Korea, mainly for the Academy of Korean Studies organised World Congress of Korean Studies that will be taking place this weekend in Chejudo. A few days ago I had the enjoyable experience of visiting the Hongsŏng area (South Ch’ungch’ŏng Province) together with one of our other contributors, Pak Noja. […]

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CFP: Graduate Students’ Convention in Prague

I expect a lot of people will have seen this call for papers from Charles University in Prague already, but I’m reproducing it here in case you haven’t. It looks like it will be a great conference. ______________________________________________________________ ORIENTAL INSTITUTE – in cooperation with Korea Foundation; Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, […]

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