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March 2014

The ISEAS/BUFS 2014 International Conference

2014/03/30 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies
Busan , Korea, Republic Of
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Date:30 May 2014 Venue:Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies, Namsan-Dong, Geumjeong Gu, (New Campus), Busan, South Korea WEBSITE:http://www.iseas.kr CONFERENCE THEME:  Explication of the Regional Characteristics of Southeast Asia and Inter-regional Comparative Studies Background and Concepts: The ISEAS/BUFS has been conducting a 10 year HK (Humanities Korea) project since 2009, which is focused on Southeast Asian Studies, supported by National Research Foundation of Korea. The main research agenda is “The Recognition and Construction of Southeast Asia as a Holon: Building Southeast Asian Studies on Compounding Area Studies and Cultural Studies.” The fluid concept of ‘culture’ here applies in a broad sense, which includes not only the artistic outcomes but also the idea of a general…

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April 2015

Call for Papers: 2015 International Conference of ISEAS/BUFS

2015/04/24
The Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies
Busan , 609-780 Korea, Republic Of

The 2015 International Conference of ISEAS/BUFS Date:24 April 2015 Venue:The Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies, Busan 609-780, South Korea   Conference Themes: Regional Characteristics of Southeast Asia and Its Comparison with Others Approaches to Southeast Asian Studies: Methodological Quests   In the course of history, Southeast Asia has engaged and been exposed to contexts and cultures beyond it. The concept of “culture” here covers not only art and but also the general intellectual transmission that influenced society, politics, and economy. Much of contemporary times shape the regional characteristics of Southeast Asia. In these, we may find articulations of “uniqueness”, “connectedness”, and “hybridity”. The comparative studies…

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