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The 13th Kyujanggak Korean Studies Summer Workshop (& the 7th Hanmun Workshop) 2019

This summer the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies will host its 13th summer workshop for Korean studies. The workshop aims to give graduate students in Korean studies or Korea-related subjects an opportunity to further their understanding of research trends in various fields of Korean studies. It will take place from July 1 to July 12, 2019 at the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies.

Morning lectures will cover research methods, trends, and approaches in about ten different fields, i.e. history, classical literature, modern literature, science history, old documents, gender history, philosophy and religion, art history, North Korea, etc. There will be ample time for discussion, and on the last day students will have an opportunity to present their research projects or other topics of interest within Korean studies. All classes and discussions will be conducted in Korean. In the afternoon, students can take an introductory class for reading classical hanmun texts. (Students who want to read hanmun texts at a more advanced level for their research may request an interview with professors in a specific field).

In order to apply, a reference letter is required. The Kyujanggak will provide lunches for all participants in the summer workshop at one of the campus restaurants, as well as travel grants for selected applicants. Applications for travel grants will go through a reviewing process, and are not guaranteed. 

Those who have participated in the Kyujanggak summer/hanmun workshop during the past three years are not eligible to apply.

To apply, please visit our website (http://icks.snu.ac.kr) and create an ID to login (go to 'Community' -> 'Resources' -> 'how to make ID' to see instructions). Fill in the online application form, upload your CV, and submit the completed form. Please ask your academic advisor to send a reference letter for you to icks@snu.ac.kr by email. If you plan to participate in both the summer and the hanmun workshops, you need only submit one application form with a check in the appropriate box to indicate this.

  • · Registration Deadline: March 15, 2019 23:59(KST)
  • · Please contact icks@snu.ac.kr or +82-2-880-9378 for more information

(Tentative) Schedule for Summer/Hanmun Workshops of 2019 

 

Week 1

Week 1
  Monday  7/1 Tuesday 7/2 Wednesday  7/3 Thursday 7/4 Friday 7/5
10:00-12:00

 ancient history

 (Kwon, Oh-Young)

 history of Korean language

 (Hwang, Seon-yeop)

 Kyujanggak and the record culture

 (Cho, Gyeyung)

 contemporary literature

 (Kim, Joung-Uck)

 field trip
12:00-12:30  question & discussion  question & discussion  question & discussion   question & discussion  field trip
12:30-14:00  lunch  lunch  lunch  lunch  lunch
14:00-16:00  hanmun workshop

 hanmun workshop

 hanmun workshop  hanmun workshop  field trip

Week 2

Week 2
  Monday 7/8 Tuesday 7/9 Wednesday 7/10 Thursday 7/11 Friday 7/12
10:00-12:00

 art history

 (Kwon, Jiyeon)

 classical literature

 (Jung, Byung-Sul)

 philosophy & religion
 (Cho, Eun-su)

 history of Korean women

 (Bae, Eun-Kyung)

 history of North-South relationship

 (Park, Taegyun)

12:00-12:30  question & discussion  question & discussion  question & discussion  question & discussion  question & discussion
12:30-14:00  lunch  lunch  lunch  lunch  lunch
16:00 ~  hanmun workshop  hanmun workshop  hanmun workshop  hanmun workshop  student presentations & completion ceremony
* A welcome dinner on July 1 and a completion ceremony followed by a farewell dinner on July 12 are scheduled.
* The lecturers, topics of lecture, and their order are all subject to change.
 

 

topic

lecturer

affiliation

ancient history

Kwon Oh-Young

 Dept. of Korean History, SNU

history of Korean language

Hwang Seon-Yeop

 Dept. of Korean Language and Literature, SNU

classical literature

Jung Byung-Sul

 Dept. of Korean Language and Literature, SNU

philosophy & religion

Cho Eun-Su

 Dept. of Philosophy, SNU

history of art

Kwon Jiyeon

 Dept. of Art Studies, Hongik University

contemporary literature

Kim Joung-Uck

 Dept. of Korean Language and Literature, SNU

relationship with North Korea

Park Tae-Gyun

 Graduate School of International Studies, SNU

Kyujanggak and old texts

Cho Gyeyung

 Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies, SNU

history of Korean women

Bae Eun-Kyung

 Dept. of Sociology, SNU

hanmun

Yi Young-Ju

 Dept. of Chinese Langauge and Literature, SNU