[KS] 17th Yonsei Korean Studies Forum

Hyuk-Rae Kim hyukrae at yonsei.ac.kr
Mon Nov 25 02:04:16 EST 2002


The Yonsei University Graduate School of International
Studies (GSIS) Korean Studies Department gladly
invites you to the 17th Yonsei Korean Studies Forum, which
will be held on Thursday, November 28, 2002, 4:00PM
and at Yonsei Graduate School of International Studies
Millennium Hall Room 111. 

The topic for this forum is "Proletarian Literature 
Speaking for the Nation: Rereading Early Chang 
Hyuk-ju. The speaker is Mr. Samuel Perry who is a
Ph. D. candidate at the University of Chicago's Dept.
of East Asian Languages and Civilizations. His teaching
experience includes Head Teaching Assistant in Korean
Civilization and Teaching Assistant in Japanese 
Civilization. He is currently working on his Ph.D. 
dissertation titled "The Aesthetic of Proletarian Literature
in Showa Japan and Colonial Korea" as a Korea Foundation

The presentation and the forum will be followed by
dinner, courtesy of Yonsei University, at a restaurant
(TBD) just outside the gates of Yonsei University. We
hope you can join us to enjoy the presentation, the
discussion, and the dinner. Thank you for your time,
consideration, and we hope you will join us. See you
at the Yonsei Korean Studies Forum!

Who: Guest Speaker - Mr. Samuel Perry, Ph.D. Candidate
What: Yonsei Korean Studies Forum
When: Thursday, 28 November 2002, 4:00PM
Where: Yonsei University Graduate School of
International Studies, Millennium Hall, Room 111. 
Please see map of our website:
http://gsis.yonsei.ac.kr/home.htm (then click virtual
open house on the bottom right corner).

Best wishes,
Hyuk-Rae Kim

Hyuk-Rae Kim, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chairperson, Korean Studies Program
Graduate School of International Studies
Yonsei University
Seoul, 120-749 KOREA
Tel: +822-2123-4705
Fax: +822-392-3321

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