31st AKSE Conference
Call for papers and first notice
The University of Copenhagen will host the 31st biennial AKSE Conference as an in-person event from 22 (Thursday) to 25 (Sunday) June 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The conference is co-organized by the University of Copenhagen with the AKSE Council. The Association for Korean Studies in Europe, founded in 1977, is the main scholarly society for Korean Studies in Europe. Its objectives are to stimulate and coordinate academic Korean Studies in all countries of Europe, and to contribute to the spread of knowledge of Korea among a wider public.
The biennial AKSE conferences provide an opportunity for European scholars of Korean Studies to gather and exchange research. The conferences host the AKSE membership meeting, making this the most important event of the association as such. AKSE conferences are also a way for European scholars to communicate with the global academic community. We thus warmly welcome non‐Europeans and non‐members.
The Association for Korean Studies in Europe