Situations Emerging Scholar Award

deadline for submissions: 
December 31, 2019
full name / name of organization: 
Situations Emerging Scholar Award/Yonsei University Department of English


Situations Emerging Scholar Award

 

 

Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context, a SCOPUS-indexed journal published at Yonsei University, is pleased to announce its second annual competition for its Emerging Scholar Award, which will be given to the best submission about any aspect of Asian culture written by a graduate student or a post-doctoral researcher. To be considered for the award, which comes with a cash prize of US $1,000 and the publication of the winning article in the 2020 spring issue of Situations, please send a manuscript of 6,000 to 8,000 words and a curriculum vitae to Terry Murphy (tmurphy@yonsei.ac.kr) and Suk Koo Rhee (skrhee@yonsei.ac.krby December 31, 2019. Submissions should follow the Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.). Refer to our journal website for citational details: http://situations.yonsei.ac.kr/sub03/sub01.php.

Eligibility: This competition is open to graduate students and post-doctoral researchers who are still within three years of having received their PhD at the time of submission. Please note that the article submitted to the competition must not have been published previously in an academic journal or be under consideration for publication by another academic journal.

 

Last year's award went to Hiroki Yamamoto. His article, "Decolonial Possibilities of Transnationalism in ContemporaryZainichi Korean Art", was published in 2019 Spring issue of Situations

 

BELOW is the Table of Contents for the recent issue (Vol. 12. No. 1, 2019 Spring)

Theme: Media, Minorities, and Migrants

 

[Essays]

 

Globalization, Digitalization, and Renationalization:Some Reflections from Japanese Cases/ Koichi Iwabuchi

 

Becoming-Black: Exploring Korean Hip-hop in the Age of Hallyu/ Kyung Hyun Kim

 

Underbelly Inferno: Interfaces between Television and the Internet in Australian Dramatic Production/Ian Dixon

 

Hierarchy and Diversity in Thailand’s Changing Political Landscape /Coeli Barry

 

The Future as a Number: Temporal Trajectories of Hong Kong /David Huddart & Eli Park Sorensen

 

Decolonial Possibilities of Transnationalism in ContemporaryZainichi Korean Art/ Hiroki Yamamoto (Emerging Scholar Prize Winner)

 

[Review Articles]

 

Review of Aimee Bahng, Migrant Futures: Decolonizing Speculation in Financial Times (Durham: Duke University Press, 2018)/ Eunice Sang Eun Lee

 

Review of Chris Hudson and Bart Barendregt (Eds.), Globalization and Modernity in Asia: Performative Moments (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2018)/Andrea Schmidt