[KS] Annoucement-conference on modern Seoul March 28th

Robert Provine provine at umd.edu
Sun Mar 16 21:13:46 EDT 2008

Subject: 	Annoucement-conference on modern seoul March28th
Date: 	Mon, 17 Mar 2008 07:21:17 +0900
From: 	hyungpai <hyungpai at nichibun.ac.jp>

*Modern Seoul: **Global Perspectives on Culture, Society, and Form*

March 28, 2008.

University of Seoul, International Conference Hall, 21^st Century
Building,Sponsor: Institute of Seoul Studies (ISS) Conference.
University of Seoul, March


10:00 – 10:10am Opening Remarks

10:10- 10:20am   Welcome Address

Song, Inho (Director, Institute of Seoul Studies)

10:20- 10:30am   Welcome Address

  Lee, Sang Beum (President, University of Seoul)

10:30- 11:10am    Keynote Lecture

Kang, Hong Bin (University of Seoul)

The Horizons of Seoul Studies: A Cuckoo’s View

11:10- 11:50am    Keynote Lecture

Jinnai, Hidenobu (Hosei University)

Tokyo and Seoul: Rediscovery and Revaluation of Ecological and
Historical Values

12:00- 1:30pm                  Lunch

1:30- 2:05pm                   Pai, Hyung Il (University of California,
Santa Barbara)

Re-mapping Seoul’s Tourist Landscape in Colonial Korea: Imperialists
Nostalgia and the Production of Tourist Images

  2:05- 2:40pm                 Henry, Todd (Colorado State University)

Colonial Seoul’s Wartime Spatiality and Its Post-Colonial

2:40-3:00pm                    Coffee Break

3:00-3:35pm                   Kim, Sung Hong (University of Seoul)

Urban Fabric and Contemporary Architecture in Seoul

3:35-4:10pm                    Davis, Lisa (University of California,
Los Angeles)                      Urbanism and Empire: Historiographic
Practice and Geographical Memory

4:10-4:20pm                    Break

4:20-5:40pm                    Discussion

Hyung Il Pai
Visiting Research Professor 07-08
International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Oeyama-cho 3-2. Goryo, Nishikyo-ku,
Kyoto 610-1192, Japan
Tel: 075-335-2155 (Office)
Messages: 075-335-2100
Fax: 075-335-2043
Email: hyungpai at nichibun.ac.jp <mailto:hyungpai at nichibun.ac.jp>

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