[KS] New Harvard Summer Course
dmccann at fas.harvard.edu
Fri May 25 14:31:13 EDT 2007
Korea @ 2100, a course offered for the first time this summer at
Harvard, is part of the intensive four-week program, June 25 – July 20.
Four credits. Course instructor, Professor David R. McCann.
The course seeks to develop an informed sense of the distinctive
features of Korean culture, present and past. Part I examines Korea's
contemporary place in the world, with a focus on the Korean Wave; Part
II, the twentieth century, issues of modernity, the Japanese colonial
occupation, Liberation, Division, the Korean War, and rapid social
political change; Part III, the historical past(s) as case studies.
Final project consists of team reports on Korean culture and the
interplay of the contemporary and the past.
For additional information, contact the Summer School: 617 495 4024, or
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