Strange Korean Parallels 2019
Comparative approaches to the history and archaeology of Korea and Northeast Asia with other global regions. Helsinki, Finland, 10 – 11 January 2019
Strange Korean Parallels is an international conference for comparative approaches to the history and archaeology of Korea and Northeast Asia with other global regions. Strange Korean Parallels is open to proposals pertaining to all areas of Korea's past that contain a comparative approach with other global regions or localities. Broad areas include, but are not limited to: pre and early history, micro and macro histories, social history, intellectual history, environmental history, historiography, popular and pseudo history, and finally digital humanities methodologies. For further details please refer to the Call for Papers. The conference is organised by Andrew Logie (Assistant Professor in Korean Studies) sponsored by the Academy of Korean Studies Grant.