This workshop is organized by the Korea Program of Stanford’s Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (Shorenstein APARC) to bring together leading scholars working in the fields of language education, literature, history, social science, and library studies. Each panel will consist of three or four panelists who will be presenting a report on the state of the field. The purpose of the panels is to generate discussion around some of the following questions:
- What are the research trends in each field?
- What kinds of directions can we expect in the near future?
- What are some of the disciplinary or other challenges in each field?
- How does each field interact with related fields?
- What are some of the limitations and possibilities around graduate student training?
- How can faculty with graduate students cultivate supportive and critical scholarly communities?
- How are junior faculty encouraged, and what institutional structures may offer better support?
A draft of the agenda is available.
Oppotunities for junior scholars:
This workshop also invites junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students in Korean studies to apply for Travel Awards. For the details of the applicatoin process, please visit the Travel Awards site.