SSRC KOREAN STUDIES DISSERTATION WORKSHOP

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The SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop offers the opportunity to give and receive critical feedback on dissertations in progress. The workshop is open to participants from all fields in the social sciences and humanities. Individual students lead discussions of their projects with mentor faculty and student peers from various disciplines to receive creative and critical input on improving their fieldwork plans or writing strategies. For the full listing, please visit:
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The SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop seeks to create a sustained network of advanced graduate students and faculty by providing the opportunity to give and receive critical feedback on dissertations in progress. The workshop is open to participants from all fields in the social sciences and humanities. Individual students lead discussions of their projects with mentor faculty and student peers from various disciplines to receive creative and critical input on improving their fieldwork plans or writing strategies. Based on narrative project descriptions submitted as part of the application packet, participants will prepare a synthetic essay incorporating all projects, from which broader methodological and thematic discussions will be developed and incorporated into the four-day agenda. Order ssrc korean studies dissertation workshopOrder ssrc korean studies dissertation workshop ..The SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop seeks to create a sustained network of ..
SeAH-Haiam Arts and Sciences Scholarship, University of Michigan, Summer 2011 SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop Participant, Asilomar, California, Summer 2010 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship, Seoul, Korea, Fall 2009 – Fall 2010 Korea Foundation Fellowship for Field Research, Seoul, Korea, Fall 2009 – Fall 2010 The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) and the Korea Foundation are pleased to announce the seventh annual Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop, during July 21-25, 2014 and at Pacific Grove, CA - Asilomar Conference Grounds. The Application Deadline is May 1, 2014. The SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop seeks to create a sustained network of advanced graduate students and faculty engaged in research on Korea. The four-day workshop provides an informal setting for participants to give and receive critical feedback on dissertations in progress. Individual students will lead discussions of their projects with mentor faculty and peers from various disciplines to receive creative and critical input on improving their fieldwork plans or writing strategies. Only full-time advanced graduate students, regardless of citizenship, who are enrolled at US or Canadian institutions are eligible. Applicants must have an approved dissertation prospectus but cannot have completed writing for final submissions. Special consideration will be given to students from universities that are not major Korean Studies institutions. For the application and more information, please visit .
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The SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop seeks to create a sustained network of advanced graduate students and faculty by providing the opportunity to give and receive critical feedback on dissertations in progress. The workshop is open to participants from all fields in the social sciences and humanities and from institutions throughout the US and Canada. The SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop seeks to create a sustained network of advanced graduate students and faculty by providing the opportunity to give and receive critical feedback on dissertations in progress. The workshop is open to participants from all fields in the social sciences and humanities.