The 6th SNU-Harvard-UCLA Graduate Students Workshop'
The 6th SNU-Harvard-UCLA Graduate Students Workshop
The SNU-Harvard-UCLA Graduate Students Workshop for Korean Studies was first held in 2009. 2014 marks the 6th anniversary of the workshop, and, this year, SNU is pleased to host the event at the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies. Two students from SNU, and one from both Harvard and UCLA will be presenting.
Discussions will be led by Prof. Paul Y. Chang (Harvard), Prof. John Duncan (UCLA), Prof. Park SungChang (SNU) and Prof. Sem Vermeersch (SNU).
* Date : Saturday, 5 July, 2014
* Venue : SNU Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies Meeting room (1F)
09:30-09:40 Welcoming Remarks (Director, Park SungChang)
09:40-10:10 Kim JinGyu (SNU)
“The Territorialization of ‘Rumorland’
-Postwar Korean novel and Existentialism: Focusing on Choi In-Hun, Oh Sang-Won, and Sun-Woo Whi”
11:10-11:40 Joan Cho (Harvard University)
“Elections as Opportunities for Opportunists: Evidence from South Korea”
14:00-14:30 Andrea Kim Cavicchi (UCLA)
“Negotiating Belonging and ‘Koreanness’ for Overseas Korean Adoptees in Korea”
15:30-16:00 Koo HyungChan (SNU)
“Sinking a Tiger’s Head: Rain-making Rituals and Rain-bringing Agents”
16:50-17:30 General Review by all participants
*The schedule is subject to change.