[KS] 12/2 Columbia Seminar on Modern Korea

Cheehyung Kim ck2048 at columbia.edu
Mon Nov 21 01:26:55 EST 2005


The Distance between Ideology and Society

Charles Armstrong (Columbia Univ.), Bruce Cumings (Univ. of
Chicago), Charles Kim (Columbia Univ.), Cheehyung Kim (Columbia
Univ.), Dong-no Kim (Yonsei Univ.), Jimin Kim (Columbia Univ.),
Sun-chul Kim (Columbia Univ.), Seungsook Moon (Vassar), Michael Shin
(Cornell Univ.), and Se-mi Oh (Columbia Univ.)

Friday, December 2, 2005, 4:00p - 8:15p
403 Kent Hall, Columbia University

See below for full schedule


The Columbia Regional Seminar on Modern Korea

The Distance between Ideology and Society

Friday, December 2, 2005

Columbia University in the City of New York

Welcoming Remarks  4:00 PM - 4:15PM [403 Kent Hall]

Charles Armstrong ( Columbia University)

Panel One  4:15 PM - 6:00 PM [403 Kent Hall]

Chair Cheehyung Kim ( Columbia University)


Dong-no Kim ( Yonsei University) “Multiplicity of Nationalism and
its Relevance to Political Changes in Modern Korea”

Michael Shin ( Cornell University) “Reconstruction and Ideologies of
the Social during the Colonial Period”

Se-Mi Oh ( Columbia University) “Formation of Colonial Subjectivity
in the Exposition of Common Progress”

Jimin Kim ( Columbia University) “The Korean Problem in the American
Eyes: Perceptions of Colonial Korea in American Newspapers of the

Break  6: 00 PM - 6:15 PM [403 Kent Hall]

Panel Two  6:15 PM - 8:00 PM [403 Kent Hall]


Se-Mi Oh ( Columbia University)


Charles Armstrong ( Columbia University) “North Korea’s ‘Amoral

Cheehyung Kim ( Columbia University) “North Korea and the Market: A
Question of Social Totality.”

Seungsook Moon ( Vassar College) “In Search of Civic Selfhood in
post Military-Rule South Korea"

Charles Kim ( Columbia University) “Social Organization and South
Korea's Postwar Student Movement: The Demonstrations of 1960”

Sun-Chul Kim ( Columbia University) “On Democratization”

Commentary and Closing Remarks  8:00 PM - 8:15 PM [403 Kent Hall]

Bruce Cumings ( University of Chicago)

Sponsored by the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University
and organized by the Korean Studies Group at Columbia University

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