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"Serialization in Asia" Conference, May 22-23, 2015
Room 337 Husky Union Building (HUB), University of Washington

Organizer: Heekyoung Cho (UW)

Presenters: Heekyoung Cho (UW), Chris Hamm (UW), Bohyeong Kim (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Miriam Kingsberg (University of Colorado), Uliana Kobyakova (Keimyung University, Korea), Ji-Eun Lee (Washington University), Ted Mack (UW),  Suyoung Son (Cornell University), and Bonnie Tilland (UW)

Discussants: Yomi Braester (UW), Jeffrey Knight (UW), Vicente Rafael (UW), and Cynthia Steele (UW)

 

-PANEL SCHEDULE-


Friday, May 22nd

1:30-1:40 Greetings

1:40-4:30
Panel #1 Popular Serials: Radio, TV dramas, and Graphic Narrative
Discussant: Yomi Braester (UW)
1. Bohyeong Kim (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
2. Bonnie Tilland (UW)
3. Heekyoung Cho (UW)

 

Saturday, May 23rd

9:00-12:30
Panel #2: Shaping the Modern: Encyclopedia, Gender, Modern Literature in Flux
Discussant: Vicente Rafael (UW) and Cynthia Steele (UW)
1. Miriam Kingsberg (University of Colorado)
2. Ji-Eun Lee (Washington University)
3. Chris Hamm (UW)
4. Ted Mack (UW)

1:30-3:30
Panel #3: Seriality in Volumes: Installment Publication and Extended Novels
Discussant: Jeffrey Knight (UW)
1. Suyoung Son (Cornell University)
2. Uliana Kobyakova (Keimyung University, Korea)

3:45-4:15: Concluding Remarks/Discussion

  

        [Colloquium] Albert L. Park, June 1, 2015           

 

The First Korean Peninsula Forum, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014

 "Regional Dynamics in NE Asia and the Future of US - S. Korea Relations"

Presentation by former ambassador Christopher Hill
Dean of Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver

Panel discussion and Q&A


Academy of Korean Studies and the University of Washington     

On October 24th, 2011, the Center for Korea Studies signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS), and became the recipient of the Overseas Leading University Program for Korean Studies grant, part of the AKS' Korean Studies Promotion Service. This grant will bring an additional $1 million to the Korea Studies program at the University of Washington.   This is a historic event, not only because is it the second time the University of Washington has received such a grant from AKS, but also because this year the UW is one of only three recipients nationally, and one of only six worldwide.  Starting this autumn,  the grant will provide greatly increased funding for research, events, scholarships, and other projects at the Center for Korea Studies.

What's Happening at the Center for Korea Studies? - 행사

 

K-Manhwa, March 28- April 1, 2015

Steven Chung, Atrocity-Spectacle: Cheju, Cinema, and the Idea of Unrepresentability

Tuesday May 5, 2015
3:30-5:00PM
Thomson 317

 

 

Janet Poole, The Disappearing Future: Korean Literature during the Asia-Pacific War         

Tuesday February 17, 2015
3:30-5:00PM
Thomson 317

 

 

Dmitry Mironenko, Jesters on the Streets: Satire in North Korea

Tuesday January 27, 2015
3:30-5:00PM
Thomson 317

 

Sang Jo Jong, Entertainment Industry in Korea: Synergy of Industrialization and Democratization

Tuesday January 27, 2015
3:30-5:00PM
Thomson 317

 

Dong-won Kim, Science Fiction in South and North Korea

Friday December 5, 2014
3:30-5:00PM
Thomson 317

Christopher Hill, Regional Dynamics in Northeast Asia and the Future of US-South Korea Relations

Wednesday November 12, 2014
5:30 -9:00pm
Kane 225

Jung-hwan Cheon, "Reading Foreign Magazines under the Censorship Regime: The Reception of Foreign Magazines in South Korea during the Military Dictatorship of 1960-1980s"

Thursday October 9, 2014
1:00-2:30
Thomson 317

Jin-kyung Lee
Visualizing and Invisibilizing the Subempire: Labor, Humanitarianism and Popular Culture Across South Korea, Southeast and South Asia

Thomson Hall 317
Monday, May 19 @ 3:30PM

Spring 2014 Teachers' Conference in Korean Studies for K-12 Washington State Teacher

Thomson Hall 101
Saturday, May 17 @ 9:00AM-3:00PM

Todd Henry
After Assimilating Seoul: Ch’anggyŏng Garden and the Post-Colonial Remaking of Seoul’s Public Spaces

Thomson Hall 317
Friday, May 16 @ 3:30PM

Asian Law Lecture Series

Clark Sorensen
The Korean Family in Colonial Space: Caught between Modernity and Assimilation

William H. Gates Hall, Room 115
Wednesday, May 7 @ 3:30PM

*Reception to follow
RSVP gradlaw@uw.edu

Eujeong Zhang
Sing Modern Chosǒn: "Jazz Songs" in the 1930s

Allen Auditorium, Allen Library
Tuesday, May 6 @ 3:30PM

Kyeong-Hee Choi
Censors in Modern Korea and Their Colonial Making

Thomson Hall 317
Thursday, April 17 @ 3:30PM

Korea Studies Book Launch
An Affair with Korea by Vincent S. R. Brandt

Thomson Hall 317
Tuesday, April 8 @ 3:30PM

E. Taylor Atkins
Empire As A Moral Problem: Religious Cosmopolitanism And Colonial Modernity In Northeast Asia

Thomson Hall 317
Thursday, April 3 @ 3:30PM

Suzy Kim
Modern Times in North Korea: Scenes from the Founding Years

Communications 202

Simpson Center for the Humanities
Friday, March 14 @ 11:00AM


Christopher P. Hanscom
Reiterations of the Real in Colonial Korean Literature

Thomson Hall 317
Tuesday, March 4 @ 3:30PM

Jungwon Kim
A Good Wife and the Making of History: Re-reading Madam Cho's Diary in Seventeenth-Century Korea

Thomson Hall 317
Wednesday, February 26 @ 3:30PM

박혜윤
당신의 삶에도 스토리를 입혀라


Allen Library Auditorium (Allen Library Ground Floor)
Saturday, December 7 @ 1:00PM

Hyun Joo Song
South Korean Media System: Toward a Democratization Model

Thomson Hall 317
Tuesday, November 12 @ 3:30PM

Haejin Cho
이방인의 도시, 그의 노래


Allen Library Auditorium (Allen Library Ground Floor)
Saturday, November 9 @ 1:00PM

Han S. Park
Three Generations of North Korean Leadership: Change in Continuity

Thomson Hall 317
Tuesday, October 15 @ 3:30PM

Understanding Korea Workshop

Smith Hall 205
Saturday, September 28 @ 9:30PM - 1:00PM

This event is free and open to the public!

 

Center for Korea Studies
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