Notice
Kyujanggak Colloquium No. 124
"[Modern] Palace Women in Early Twentieth-Century Korea​"
Presenter: Ksenia Chizhova (Princeton Univ./Kyujanggak)
Moderator: John P. DiMoia (SNU)
Discussants: Charles La Shure (SNU), Sang-ho Ro (Ewha Womans Univ.)
Time & Venue: August 23rd (Tuesday) 10:00AM via ZOOM  [Register Here]

Schedule

Title The 121st Kyujanggak Colloquium: Alyssa Park
Reg. Date 2022.02.07  09:17 Hits 34
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The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies is hosting the 121st Colloquium with our fellow Alyssa Park. She will give us the presentation on his research titled “Coming Home: Korean Repatriates and Refugees during Liberation Period”.

(The event will be held in English)

 

Topic: “Coming Home: Korean Repatriates and Refugees during Liberation Period”

 

Presenter: Alyssa Park (Iowa State University/Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies)

Moderator: Olga Fedorenko (SNU)

Discussants: Howard Kahm (Yonsei Univ.), Matthew Augustine (Kyushu Univ.)

 

Date & Time: February 8 (Tue) 10:00~12:00 (KST)

Venue: ZOOM, Register here (https://url.kr/1db5fa) for participation.

 

Abstract:

At the end of the Pacific War in 1945, millions of Koreans were found outside Korea’s borders, primarily in China and Japan.  They had left Korea to pursue work, school, and family; many had been given no choice at all in their departure, conscripted as laborers of all kinds by organs of the Japanese government and military.  In 1945, the direction of movement was reversed and millions returned to the peninsula, only to find the country divided and occupied by other foreign forces.  What were the consequences of their repatriation?  How were they received in the south?  Where did they go?  This talk is a preliminary look into repatriates and so-called war refugees in the immediate liberation period.

 

For more information, please contact International Center for Korean Studies (icks@snu.ac.kr, 02-880-9378).

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