International Circle of Korean Linguistics

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International Circle of Korean Linguistics
Hangul 국제한국언어학회
Hanja 國際韓國言語學會
Revised Romanization Gukje Han-guk Eoneohakhoe
McCune–Reischauer Kukche Han'guk Ŏnŏhakhoe

The International Circle of Korean Linguistics is a scholarly organization dedicated to the promotion of awareness of, the dissemination of information about, and the facilitation of communication among those in the field of, Korean language and linguistics. It was founded on October 20, 1975. It publishes the journal Korean Linguistics.[1]

The ICKL holds meetings in various locales across the globe every two years.[2] Recent meetings:[3]

2008 Ithaca, New York, USA
2006 Guadalajara, Mexico
2004 Çolakli, Turkey
2002 Oslo, Norway
2000 Prague, Czech Republic
1998 Honolulu, Hawai'i, USA
1996 Brisbane, Australia
1994 London, United Kingdom
1992 Washington, DC, USA
1990 Osaka, Japan
1988 Toronto, Canada

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  1. ^ Ho-Min Sohn (2001). The Korean Language. Cambridge University Press. p. 10. ISBN 9780521369435. 
  2. ^ Young-Key Kim-Renaud (1994). Theoretical issues in Korean linguistics. Center for the Study of Language, Stanford University. p. ix. ISBN 9781881526513. 
  3. ^ "A Brief History of the International Circle of Korean Linguistics". International Circle of Korean Linguistics. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 

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