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Global Voices: Pleas for Korean peace 60 years after fighting ended
The Liems, the filmakers of the documentary films ,"Memory of Forgotten War" and "The Woman, the Orphan, and the Tiger," discussed their film and their hopes for the May 8-10 UCLA conference in an interview with The Times.
[책과 지식] 새로 읽는 조선 … 고려 지배층 그대로 남아
조선왕조의 기원 존 B 던컨 지음 김범 옮김
‘한복을 입은 남자’수수께끼 매달려 10년간 연구
5일 개막 게티 뮤지엄‘ 루벤스전’기획
Looking East: Rubens's Encounter with Asia
게티 뮤지엄서 '동방을 향해' 전시회
'미주 한인사회 연구' 전문화를 선도한다
주류 학계- 한인언론 첫 연대...UCLA '코리아타임스- 한국일보 코리안 아메리칸학 선좌교수제'
German-born Professor Pioneers Korean Art Teaching in the U.S.
Professor Jungmann at UCLA pioneered introducing Korean art in an America university in 1999. On promoting Korean art overseas, the professor says ``politicization’’ is a problem.
Korean Consul General Spoke at UCLA
신연성 총영사 UCLA 강연- 총장과 환담
Seoul Philharmonic extends a hand
Nahmee Lee, associate professor of modern Korean history and a scholar at the UCLA Center for Korean Studies, is quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about a conductor who hopes to use music to reestablish cultural ties between North Korea and South Korea.
Korea shows how to keep identity in global age
UCLA prof. John Duncan says globalizing Korean Studies is key task for scholars outside peninsula
Professor John Duncan Receives Manhae Grand Prize
John Duncan, director of the Center for Korean Studies and a professor in the Asian Languages and Cultures Department, has received the Manhae Grand Prize in academics from the Manhae Foundation in Korea.