The nations of Northeast Asia need to focus on finding common ground and building trust in the region, said former Prime Minister of South Korea Un-Chan Chung at the Korea Times/Hankuk ilbo Colloquim Series of the Center for Korean Studies.
The UCLA Center for Korean Christianity is pleased to announce that the 2014 Im Conference of Korean Christianity will be held at the Center on Friday October 24, 2014 .
The conference aims to give professors and scholars in all Korea-related and world-Christianity fields an opportunity to present their researches on Korean Christianity, especially on the topics related to “Colonialism, Modernity, and Christianity, 1910-1945.”
The Korean Government Scholarship Program is designed to provide higher education in Korean language for international students, with the aim of promoting international exchange in education, as well as creating mutual relationships among the participating countries.
Professor Sung-Deuk Oak's recent monograph, "The Making of Korean Christianity," was awarded "Book of the Year" by Books and Culture: A Christian Review in December 2013. The magazine is a most widely-read Christian book review journal. Dr. Oak's book was published last September as the first volume of the Studies in World Christianity Series of the Nagel Institute of Calvin College and Baylor University Press.
Dongsoon Im and Mija Im Doctoral Student Fellowship
UCLA Professor Burglind Jungmann, a member of the core faculty of the Center for Korean Studies, speaks about her work and Rubens's drawing, "Man in Korean Costume," on exhibit at the J. Paul Getty Museum.
According to anthropologist John Cho, single gay men in South Korea retreated from gay life in the wake of the 1997 Asian banking crisis and began to concentrate on making money, while married gay men became much more active in the gay community.
Abuses against children, political prisoners and families among the topics addressed
The field of Korean Buddhism, which has a nearly 1,700-year history, has opened up to Western scholars and students with the release of the first comprehensive collection of Korean Buddhist works to be published in any European language.
Professor John Duncan leads innovative program to enhance Korean Studies teaching and learning south of the border.
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