[KS] North and South Korea represented in the documents of the archives of former East European block countries
bjseliger at yahoo.de
Tue Sep 27 06:10:24 EDT 2005
the scarcity of information about North Korea remains one of the most intricate problems of understanding the historical development and current policies of the country. Since the break down of the Soviet Union the opening of archives in Central and Eastern Europe allows interesting insights into North Korean politics from the point of view of its former allies. But also the view on the whole Korean peninsula as represented by these archives is of interest not only for historical researchers, but for understanding current international politics regarding the open Korean question. It is therefore with great pleasure that we can announce a conference devoted to these topics in Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, on October 7th, 2005.
North and South Korea represented in the documents of the Archives of former East European Block countries in the Time of Division and Detente
Institute for Historical and Cultural Studies, Institute for EU Studies,
Sponsored by Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), Hanns Seidel Stiftung (Korea Office), German Historical Institute in Washington D.C.
Date and Place: October 7. 2005, Lecture Hall (Kyosoo Hoykwan) Seoul Campus Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Imun-Dong)
Registration: 09: 00 09: 30
Opening remarks : Meung-Hoan Noh (Director of the Institute for Historical and Cultural Studies) 9: 30 9: 35
Congratulatory Speech: Dean of Graduate School of International Area Studies 9:35 9: 45
Keynote Speech: Bernhard Seliger (Hanns Seidel Stiftung) 9: 45 10:00
Coffee Break 10: 00 10: 20
Session: 10:20 12: 30
Chairman: Prof. Ban Byung Ryul (HUFS)
Kwang Seo Kee (Chosun University)
North Korea of 1945 -1948 represented in the Documents of former Soviet Union Archives
Bernd Schaefer (GHI Washington D.C.)
North Korea of the 1970s represented in the Documents of former East German Archives
World Wide Detente and South-North Korean Relations 1970s
Discussant: Park Sang Nam, Han Un Seok, Jeon In Young
Closing Remarks: Jae Young Lee (Director of the Institute of EU Studies, HUFS)
For further information please contact us at the address below.
Dr. Bernhard Seliger
Hanns Seidel Stiftung - Seoul Office
Room 501, Soo Young Bldg., 64-1, Hannam 1 Dong, Yongsan-gu
Seoul, Republic of Korea
Tel.+ 82 2 790 5344
Fax. + 82 2 790 5346
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