[KS] Invitation to the 15th Hahn Moo-Sook Colloquium on Korean Architecture at GWU, Nov 3, 2007, 9-1:30

Young-Key Kim-Renaud kimrenau at gwu.edu
Fri Oct 26 15:16:56 EDT 2007

Dear Korean Studies List members,
If you are in the DC area during the first weekend of November, you are cordially invited to the 15th Hahn Moo-Sook Colloquium in the Korean Humanities at GWU ("Korean Architecture: Past and Present") on November 3, from 9 to 1:30, at the Elliott School of International Affairs, 1957 E Street, NW, Room 113, Washington, DC 20052. It is a rare opportunity to hear some of the world-class architects talk about traditional and contemporary Korean architecture and Korean landscape architecture. Please don't miss it! For further details, please visit our website  (http://www.gwu.edu/~eall/special/hms2007b1021.htm). 
Coveners of the HMS colloquium series,

Young-Key Kim-Renaud
Professor of Korean Language and Culture and International Affairs 
Chair. Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures 

R. Richard Grinker
Professor of Anthropology, International Affairs, and Human Sciences

Kirk W. Larsen
Korea Foundation Associate Professor of Korean History
Director of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies

The George Washington University 
Washington, DC 20052 

The 15th Hahn Moo-Sook Colloquium 
in the Korean Humanities 

Past and Present 




Saturday, November 3, 2007, 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The George Washington University
The Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E Street, NW, Room 113
Washington, DC 20052

Korean lunch provided. Open to the public free of charge, but reservations required 
Contact Dr. Young-Key Kim-Renaud, 202-994-7107 or kimrenau at gwu.edu

Photo  credit  to  speakers  (from  bottom  right  counter-clockwise) :  Sugangjae  of  Ch’angdŏk  Palace  in  Seoul  (photo  by In-Souk Cho),  Seoul  Museum  of  History  and  SK Corporation Head Office Building  in  Seoul  (designs  and  photos  by Jong Soung Kimm), and Korean Embassy residence in Washington, DC (design and photo by Jeff S. Lee)
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