The Korean Society of Criminology in America (KOSCA) is a non-profit, academic organization that pursues scholarly research and professional activities in Korea-related criminology and criminal justice areas. The main goal of the KOSCA is to bring together in one multi-disciplinary society of academics, researchers, policymakers, administrators, and practitioners who are actively engaged in Korea-related research, teaching, and practice. The mission of the KOSCA is to promote comparative research studies, publications, and professional activities in the field of Korea-related criminology and criminal justice. Membership is open to all ASC and ACJS members as well as Koreans and Korean Americans.
Agenda Day One - Tuesday, April 13
Agenda Day Two - Wednesday, April 14
Asynchronous video panel presentations and research posters
Virtual Meeting Speaker and Attendee Disclosure
Call for Papers - Race & Justice
Anti-Asian Racism and Violence around the world are not new but are on the surge during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although the crimes against Asians have received a considerable amount of media attention recently, we do not know to what extent and how anti-Asian racism and violence occur due to the limited amount of existing literature. To fulfill the gap, the Korean Society of Criminology in America (KoSCA) calls for papers to address the current global issue in anti-Asian racism and violence.