UCLA Center for Korean Studies is pleased to be hosting the 2011 Korean Literature Translation Institute Forum in the U.S. Alongside critics and scholars from Korea and the U.S., three well-known South Korean authors will discuss their work in relation to Korean history across the 20th century and into the present. Open discussion will follow the presentations; simultaneous interpretation will be available.
Moderated by Christopher Hanscom, Assistant Professor of Korean Literature, UCLA
|2:00 – 2:10||
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|2:40 - 3:00||
Keynote Speech: Poverty as the Raw Material of Korean Fiction and the Indomitable Spirit of the Nation
|3:00 - 3:20||
Prologue: Looking to Prosperity from within the Ruins: Korea in Korean Literature
|3:20 - 3:40||Coffee Break|
|3:40 - 4:10||
Session I: A Tradition of Oppression: Laying the Groundwork for Individuality and Democratization
|4:20 - 4:50||
Session II: The Current of Experimental Fiction in Korea
|4:50 - 5:30||
Roundtable Discussion and Q & A
Simultaneous interpretation provided. Refreshments will be served. This event is open to the public.
Download File: KLTI-Forum-Posters-bz-q4i.pdf
Sponsor(s): Korean Literature Translation Institute
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