United Nations and Korean War (1950-53): Politics, War and Peace
Since the Korean War has been over 70 years, Pusan National University, South Korea is hosting an international conference on the subject (United Nations and Korean War (1950-53): Politics, War and Peace). The interdisciplinary conference will be on 21-24 October 2022.
The aim of this (on-site) conference is to explore the involvement of the United Nations for ‘the Forgotten War’ through the various case studies of individuals, groups, or nations. The theme can be analysed in a multidisciplinary approach of history, politics, anthropology, sociology, war strategy, human movement, medicine, refugee, POWs, Busan studies, unification policy, education, and human rights.
If you are interested or your current research is relevant to the Korean War, we invite your abstract before 15 June 2022.
Please send your abstract or panel proposals to David W. Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) including the following information:
Name and affiliation
Contact details (email)
Abstract of 150-200 words
Biography of 80 words highlighting teaching and research interests and publications (3-4 title and year only).
Proposals for panels of 3 or 4 papers must include the above information for all papers and a brief description of the panel itself of 100 words.
There will be limited bursary for some accepted doctoral candidates and early career researchers ($100-$300 each) as well as award for two best papers ($500 each). The bursary and award will be given away after conference.
The selected papers (in a book volume) will be published by the Cambridge Scholars Publishing or Routledge in UK.
(Chair) David William Kim (Australian National University and Kookmin University, Seoul)
(Co-Chair) Kiseob Kim (Director, Institute for Korean Unification, Pusan National University)
Jihyun Kim (Institute for Korean Unification, Pusan National University)
Please see the conference website for more details: https://iku.pusan.ac.kr/iku/54496/subview.do