Korean Studies Workshop for Junior Faculty participant Jiyeon Kang (2013) has published a new book, Igniting the Internet: Youth and Activism in Postauthoritarian South Korea, which the workshop helped develop
The 2018 workshop will take place the evening of Friday, August 10 through Monday, August 13 at the Hilton Westchester in Rye, New York.
The Social Science Research Council is pleased to announce the Korean Studies Workshop for Junior Faculty. Up to six recent PhDs conducting research on Korea will be selected on the basis of the potential contribution of their proposed book.
Participants will attend a three-day workshop and collaborate with two senior faculty and a press editor on the conceptualization and planning of their first scholarly monograph. Travel stipends will be made available, and the SSRC will fully cover participants' lodging and meals for the duration of the workshop. Limited funds are available for participants traveling from outside the United States. Funding for the workshop is provided by the Academy for Korean Studies.
This year's faculty mentors are:
Suzy Kim - Associate Professor of Korean History - Rutgers University
Seungsook Moon - Professor of Sociology - Vassar College
Applicants must have their PhD in hand by December 31, 2017, with a critical mass of their first book manuscript complete (such as the introduction and two substantive chapters). Applicants in tenure-stream positions are particularly encouraged to apply.
Please submit the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate “Last Name, First Name - Junior Faculty Workshop” in the subject line. See sidebar for downloadable application documents.
All sections of the application must be collated as a continuous PDF document, no more than 500 KB, arranged in the order listed above. Once you have submitted your application, a receipt of notification will be emailed to you.