The Korea International Studies Association contributes to the development of International Studies in Korea. Founded in 2009 in Seoul, it is co-managed by Dr. Brendan Howe, Professor at Ewha Womans University, and Dr. Matthias Maass, Assistant Professor at Yonsei University. KISA aims to foster an active scholarly network, support ongoing research, and contribute to an intellectually stimulating environment for scholars engaged in English language-based research in International Studies in Korea. Moreover, the Association fills the vacuum of associations or study fora in the field of international studies in Korea, particularly with regard to international scholars and practitioners.
WHAT WE DO
REGULAR RESEARCH WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, AND DISCUSSIONS TO BE HOSTED BY MEMBER INSTITUTIONS.
COLLECTION OF PAPERS PRESENTED IN ANNUAL YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS TO GOVERNMENTS AND OTHER PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS.
All interested are warmly welcome to attend. (As always, no fees.) A Call for Papers is can be found under “Conventions.” Please consider joining our explorations of international affairs and […]
The increasingly fluid state of global leadership has become a major point of concern in international studies, both in light of seismic developments within several influential countries and growing uncertainty […]
“Global Leadership: Changing Dynamics, Future Prospects” KISA will hold its Ninth Annual Convention on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at Yonsei University’s Yeonhui Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.