[KS] Early Korea Project 2009 Workshop Harvard August 5, 2009
rick_mcbride17 at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 29 02:44:49 EDT 2009
Dear Korean Studies Discussion List:
I made a mistake listing the institution of one of the discussants incorrectly. Here is the correct information.
The Planning Committee of the Early Korea Project would like to inform the list about a workshop conference in being held at Harvard next week:
"State and Society in the Mature Silla Period"
Location: CGIS South Building, room S250
Wednesday, August 5, 2009, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
10:00-10:15 10:00-10:15 State and Society in the Mature Silla Period
Richard D. McBride, II, Brigham Young University-Hawai’i
10:15-11:15 The Defining Characteristics of the Aristocracy in the Mature Silla Period
Jeon Deogjae, Gyeongju University
Discussant: Jonathan Best, Wesleyan University
11:15-12:15 Local Society and Regional Administration during the Unified Silla Period
Yoon Seon Tae, Dongguk University
Discussant: Martin Bale, University of Toronto
1:30-2:30 1:30-2:30 Buddhism and the State in the Mature Silla Period
Kim Sang Hyun, Dongguk University
Discussant: Jung Hee Lee, Portland State University
2:30-3:30 2:30-3:30 Dynastic Crisis and the Ruling Strata in 8th-9th Century Silla: Political Administration and Bureaucracy
Ha Il Sik, Yonsei University
Discussant: Sung Min Woo, Northeast Asia History Foundation
3:30-3:45 Coffee Break
3:45-4:45 3:45-4:45 The Political and Social Causes for the Collapse of Silla
Lee Ki Dong, Dongguk University
Discussant: Richard D. McBride, II, Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i
4:45-5:00 4:45-5:00 Concluding Remarks
Mark Byington, Early Korea Project, Korea Institute, Harvard University
The Early Korea Project (http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~ekp/), which is administered through the Korea Institute at Havarvd University, exists to promote the study of early Korea. Each year members of the planning committee organize a workshop project to explore an aspect of early Korean history and to make scholarship of leading scholars in Korea and East Asia more accessible to the scholarly community in the West.
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