Worldwide Consortium of Korean Studies Centers Annual Graduate Student Workshop:

"Problematics and Prospects in Korean Studies"

Worldwide Consortium of Korean Studies Centers Annual Graduate Student Workshop:

 UCLA_Royce Hall/ Prayitno, 2011; cropped. CC BY 2.0.

This will be the thirteenth annual Worldwide Consortium of Korean Studies Centers workshop for graduate students.


Friday, June 09, 2017


Main Conference Room
Charles E. Young Research Library
UCLA

The title of this year’s workshop is “Problematics and Prospects for Global Korean Studies”. This theme was chosen to encourage student participants to reflect on and share how Korea and Korean Studies are perceived in their own countries and to consider how they each can contribute to the formation of a truly global perspective on Korea.

Workshop Schedule

Friday, June 9, 2017

 Time  Program
 09:00 - 09:30  Registration & Continental Breakfast
Venue: Main Conference Room (Rm 11360), Charles E. Young Research Library
 09:30 - 10:00  Opening Ceremony
 10:00 - 12:00  Presentation Session One <History>
• Chair: John Duncan
• Discussants: Namhee Lee, Shen Dingchang & Zheng Jiyong
• Presenter: Yin Boyao, Seoul National University "한국전쟁 기간 영ž미 정책갈등에 관한 연구 -중국을 '침략자'로 규탄하는 결의안을 중심으로" (Zheng Jiyong)
• Presenter: Wang Meng, Peking University "한국청년전지공작대 기관지 <한국청년> 소고 -베이징대학도서관 소장된 <한국청년> 창간호를 중심으로" (Namhee Lee)
• Presenter: Kim Taeuk, Fudan University "중국 아태안보협력정책의 한국에 대한 안보적 함의" (Shen Dingchang)
 12:00 - 13:00  Luncheon
 13:00 - 15:00  Presentation Session Two <International Relations>
• Chair: Sun Joo Kim
• Discussants: Namhee Lee & Park Tae Gyun
• Presenter: Ezequiel Ramoneda, National University of La Plata "South Korea Multilateral Foreign Policy towards Latin America (2003-2016): Opportunities and Challenges" (Park Tae Gyun)
• Presenter: Kilhee Kwak, SOAS University of London "The Limitations in the Negotiation Process of the South Korea-Japan Normalization Treaty: Focus on Korean Negotiators' Perceptions" (Park Tae Gyun)
• Presenter: Eduardo Tadeo, Iboamerican University "The Public Diplomacy of the Online Korean Diaspora in the U.S." (Namhee Lee)
 15:00 - 15:30  Coffee Break
 15:30 - 17:30

Presentation Sesion Three <Political Economy/Development>
• Chair: Kim Dohyung
• Discussants: Hannes Mosler & John Duncan
• Presenter: Karla Padilla, University of Colima "“Chaebols as political actors in the definition of the economic strategy of South Korea;" (Hannes Mosler)
• Presenter: Yewon Lee, UCLA "Framing the Right to the City of the Property-less: The Case of South Korea’s Commercial Tenants’ Resistance" (John Duncan)
• Presenter: Patricia Chica Morales, University of Malaga "Analysis of Official Development Assistance to South Korea and proposal of technical cooperation project in Latin America from dynamical systems" (Hannes Mosler)
Presenter: Ko Tae-woo, Yonsei University "'식민지 개발' 다시 묻기: '개발권력'의 시각" (John Duncan)

 18:00  Dinner                                                                                                                                               

 

Saturday, June 10, 2017

 Time  Program
 09:30 - 10:00 Continental Breakfast
Venue: Main Conference Room, Charles E. Young Research Library
 10:00 - 12:00  Presentation Session Four <Language, Literature and Film>
• Chair: Remco Breuker
• Discussants: Charlotte Horlyck & Bruce Fulton
• Presenter: Zhang Lei, Peking University "예능 프로그램 <비정상회담>을 활용한 한국어 말하기 교육 방안 연구 -중국인 고급 학습자를 대상으로" (Bruce Fulton)
• Presenter: Scott Wells, University of British Columbia "The Transformation of Literary Sinitic Learning at the End of the Chŏson Dynasty" (Charlotte Horlyck)
• Presenter: Lucia Rud, University of Buenos Aires "The film industries of South Korea and Argentina: A cross-cultural study on cinematographic policies and practices (1995-2015)" (Charlotte Horlyck)
• Presenter: Ju Woonhwa, Yonsei University "한말 이인직의 문명화론과 현실참여" (Bruce Fulton)
 12:00 - 13:00  Luncheon
 13:00 - 15:00  Presentation Session Five <History>
• Chair: Namhee Lee
• Discussants: Remco Breuker & Kim Dohyung
• Presenter: Kim Yunejee, Korea Univrsity "고려 초 승계제(僧階制) 시행에 대한 일고찰" (Remco Breuker)
• Presenter: Martin Gehlmann, Free University of Berlin "The transmission of the White Deer Grotto Regulations in China and Koreas" (Kim Dohyung)
• Presenter: Kanghun Ahn, Leiden University "Yanjing Cosmpolitanism: How to Understand the Qing Learnin (Pukhak) Movement in a New Light" (Kim Dohyung)
• Presenter: Philip Gant, Harvard University "Making Sense of Administering Monastics in Late Chosŏn Korea" (Remco Breuker)
 15:00 - 16:30  Free Time / Directors' Meeting
 16:30 - 17:00  Closing Session
 17:30    Dinner                                                                                                                                                

Participating universities include: Free University of Berlin, Yonsei University, Peking University, Korea University, University of Malaga, University of Buenos Aires, University of British Columbia, University of Colima, SOAS University of London, Seoul National University, Leiden University, National University of La Plata, Iberoamiercan University, Harvard University, Fudan University, and UCLA.

Special Instructions
This workshop is for the Korean Studies faculty and graduate students, and registration is REQUIRED. Please register by Wednesday, June 7, 2017


koreanstudies@international.ucla.edu

Sponsor(s): , The Academy of Korean Studies, Center for Korean Studies, UCLA East Asian Library