[KS] Study Day in London 3 December
jim at jhoare10.fsnet.co.uk
Sat Nov 19 11:50:19 EST 2005
Members of the Korean Studies list might be interested in the Study Day detailed below.
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR KOREAN STUDIES
Study day organised in association with the British Museum
INFORMAL DIPLOMACY AND THE KOREAN PENINSULA
Saturday 3 December 2005
Sackler Room British Museum, Great Russell St. London WC1B 3DG. Nearest Underground stations Tottenham Court Rd. (Central and Northern Line); Russell Square (Piccadilly Line).
Registration from 09.45; conference starts 10.15, closes approx. 16.45.
BAKS AGM 12.00-12.30; lunch 12.45.
Chair: Jim Hoare, BAKS President
The following papers will be delivered; (some titles and running order not yet finalised):
10.15 Keith Bennett (consultant): 'Bamboo Curtain or Open Door? A business consultant surveys the challenges and opportunities of the DPRK'.
10.45 Aidan Foster-Carter (Leeds): 'Sowing Corn in My Enemy's Fields: High and Low Politics in Inter-Korean Relations'.
11.30 Dave Lakin (Museum of London): 'The Kaesong Archaeological Project'.
12.00 (BAKS AGM + Lunch)
14.00 Don Starr(Durham): 'The World Koreanist Forum 2005 and Korean studies '. 14.30 Andrew Killick (University of Sheffield): 'Hwang Byung-ki and North- South Musical Exchange'.
15.00 Nick Bonner/Dan Gordon (VeryMuchSo Productions): 'The Reel Korea: Film-making (and some other things) in the DPRK'.
15.30 Gay Pye (now an Anglican priest): 'A personal view of mission in the ROK'.
16.15 Keith Pratt (Durham): 'The Evolution of Museums in the ROK'.
Contact: Jim Hoare
86 Crescent Lane, London SW4 9PL
tel. 020 7498 1489; e-mail jim at jhoare10.fsnet.co.uk
Registration and payments
Tickets: Adults £20, concessions and paid-up BAKS members £10, students £5 (price includes coffee and refreshments; cheques made out to BAKS). Please register so that we have numbers for catering etc. Pay on the day or send payment to:
86 Crescent Lane, London SW4 9PL tel. 020 7498 1489; e-mail spares at myway.com
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