Scottish CKS Distinguished Lecture Series – Q1 2021

The regular series of SOAS seminars was disrupted during 2020. While we look forward to seeing their 2021 programme, it’s great that the Scottish Centre for Korean Studies at the University of Edinburgh has stepped forward with a great series of talks for the first quarter of 2021. Talks are free, and conducted via Zoom. You’ll need to keep an eye on their Facebook page for registration links. The events will presumably appear on their website in due course.

Scottish Centre for Korean Studies: Distinguished Lecture Series

January – March 2021

University of Edinburgh

  • Thursday 28 January, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm | Register here
    Dr. Sookeun Woo, Concordia University
    Understanding the Trilateral ties among South Korea, China and Japan
  • Thursday 4 February, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm | Register here
    Novelist and Poet, Young-Mi Choi
    Korean literature: The Bronze Garden (청동정원) about a memory of students movement in 1980s as a female student participant
  • Thursday, 11 February, 16:30 pm – 18:00 pm
    Prof. David Kong, USC / Prof. Stephan Haggard, UC San Diego
    East Asia in the World: Twelve Events that Shaped the Modern International Order
  • Wednesday, 24 February, 15:00 pm – 16:30 pm
    Prof. Kevin Gray, University of Sussex
    North Korea and the Geopolitics of Development
  • Wednesday 3 March, 15:00 pm – 16:30 pm
    Asst. Prof. Sharon Yoon, University of Notre Dame
    The Cost of Belonging: An Ethnography of Solidarity and Mobility in Beijing’s Koreatown
  • Wednesday, 10 March, 15:00 pm – 1630 pm
    Asst. Prof. Hyaesin Yoon, Central European University
    Robert aid and autism
  • Wednesday, 24 March, 17:30 pm – 19:00 pm
    Prof. Kyunghyun Kim, UC Irvine
    Hegemonic Mimicry: Korean Popular Culture of the Twenty-First Century
  • Wednesday, 31 March, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
    Prof. Todd Henry, UC San Diego
    Queer Korea

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