Summer Workshop

2020 Kyujanggak Summer Workshop on Korean Studies

Program

Week1 (June29~July3)

Lecture 1 Teaching about Korea in Global History  (in English)
Prof. Eugene Park (UPenn)
June 29 10PM(Seoul) - 9AM(NY) - 2PM(London)

Lecture 2 Korean Population (in Korean)
Prof. Kisoo Eun (SNU)
June 30 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 3 Hansi and Diaglosia in the Choseon Period: Focusing on the Translation of Hansi for Women and Children (in Korean)
Prof. Jongmook Lee (SNU)
July 1 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecutre 4 Global Medicine and the Korean Peninsula, 1876-Present (in English)
Prof. John DiMoia (SNU)
July 1 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 5 Language, 'Nation' and 'Post postcolonial' (in Korean)
Prof. Minho Bang (SNU)
July 2 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 6 Korean Media Culture: Seoul and Urban Spectacle (in English)
Prof. Jaeho Kang (SNU)
July 2 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 7 Economic History of Korea (in Korean)
Prof. Youngjun Cho (SNU)
July 3 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*Live only!

Lecture 8 Current issues in North Korean Studies (in Korean)
Prof. Philo Kim (SNU)
July 3 10PM(Seoul) - 9AM(NY) - 2PM(London)
*We'll offer recorded lecture video first and have Q&A session later.

Week 2 (July 6~July 10)

Lecture 9 Korean Folklore (in English)
Prof. Charles La Shure (SNU)
July 6 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 10 History of Political Relations between South Korea and North Korea (in Korean)
Prof. Taegyun Park (SNU)
July 6 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 11 Science History of Korea (in Korean)
Prof. Jongtae Lim (SNU)
July 7 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 12 Korean Literature and Literary Translation (in English)
Prof. Bruce Fulton (UBC)
July 7 11AM(Seoul) - July 6 7PM(Seattle) - July 6 10PM(NY) - July 7 3AM(London)
*Due to the time difference, we'll have two live Q&A sessions.

Lecture 13 Globalization and Hallyu in Digital Culture Era (in Korean)
Prof. Seok Kyeong Hong (SNU)
July 8 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 14 German Unification as an Example for Korea? The Tricky Question of Comparability (in English)
Prof. Ruediger Frank (Univ. of Vienna)
July 8 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*Live only! We'll offer recorded lecture video at the above mentioned time and have a Q&A session later.

Lecture 15 Social Transformation of Korea and Gender (in Korean)
Prof. Eunkyung Bae (SNU)
July 9 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 16 Korean Literature and Feminism (in Korean)
Prof. Yookyung Son (SNU)
July 9 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 17 Diaspora Literature of Early Koreans in the USA: Thun Nak Chung's Novel and Life (in Korean)
Prof. Jaemoon Hwang (SNU)
July 10 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*Changed to live lecture with QnA at the end.

Lecture 18 Korean Traditional Music: Aesthetics, Contexts, and Transitions (in English)
Dr. Hilary Finchum-Sung (Assc. of Asian Studies)
July 10 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Week 3 (July 13~July 17)

Lecture 19 Instagrammable Places: Aesthetic Representation and Contested Urban Transformation (in English)
Prof. Youjeong Oh (Univ. of Texas, Austin)
July 13 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 20 History of Pre-modern Korea (in Korean)
Prof. Taewoong Kim (SNU)
July 13 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*We'll offer recorded lecture video first and have a live Q&A at the above mentioned time.

Lecture 21 Women in Joseon Dynasty (in Korean)
Dr. Sookin Lee (SNU)
July 14 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*Changed to live lecture with QnA at the end.

Lecture 22 North Korean post-socialism in the comparative perspective: from below, from above, from outside? (in English)
Prof. Andrei Lankov (Kookmin Univ.)
July 14 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 23 Korean Society and Education (in English)
Prof. Seongsang Yoo(SNU)
July 15 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 24 Classical Manuscripts and Social History of Joseon Dynasty (in Korean)
Prof. Kyungsook Kim (SNU)
July 15 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 25 Kyujanggak and its Archiving Culture (in Korean)
Dr. Gyeyoung Cho (SNU)
July 16 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*We'll offer recorded lecture video first and have a live Q&A session at the above mentioned time.

Lecture 26 Kim Hongdo (1745-after 1806) Revisited (in Korean)
Prof. Chin-Sung Chang (SNU)
July 16 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*We'll offer recorded lecture video first and have a live Q&A session at the above mentioned time.

Lecture 27 Everything you want to know about the Korean Language and the Korean Alphabet (in English)
Prof. Jae Hoon Yeon (SOAS)
July 17 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Week 4 (July 20~July 24)

Lecture 28 East Learning, Donghak: Thought and Ritual (in Korean)
Prof. Jongseong Choi (SNU)
July 20 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*We'll offer recorded lecture video first and have a live Q&A session at the above mentioned time.

Lecture 29 Korean Television: Industrial Structure and Creative Practice (in English)
Prof. Ju Oak Kim (Texas A&M Int'l Univ.)
July 20 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 30 Tense and Aspect in Korean Language (in English)
Prof. Hyo Sang Lee (Indiana Bloomington)
July 21 10PM(Seoul) - 9AM(NY) - 2PM(London)

July 31 History of Modern Korea (in Korean)
Prof. Yong-Wook Chung (SNU)
July 21 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 32 Writing the Self in North Korea: from Anne Frank to Defector Memoirs (in English)
Prof. Dafna Zur (Stanford)
July 22 11AM(Seoul) - July 21 7PM(San Francisco) - July 21 10PM(NY) - July 22 3AM(London)

Lecture 33 A Very Short Introduction to Neo-Confucianism (in Korean)
Prof. Junghwan Lee (SNU)
July 23 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 34 A Cold War History of the Korean Peninsula based on German Federal Archives (in English)
Prof. Sang Hwan Seong (SNU)
July 23 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)
*We'll offer recorded lecture video first and have a live Q&A session at the above mentioned time.

Lecture 35 Korean Buddhism (in English)
Prof. Eun-su Cho (SNU)
July 23 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)

Lecture 36 Korean Old Maps and Research Methodology (in Korean)
Prof. Yo-Keun Jeong (SNU)
July 24 11PM(Seoul) - 10AM(NY) - 3PM(London)