[KS] The 89th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum (Hyuk-Rae Kim, Yonsei University)

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Thu Mar 26 04:25:28 EDT 2009

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The Korean Studies Program at the Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University, and the Korea Foundation is pleased to invite you to attend the 89th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum with guest speaker, Dr. Hyojoung Kim, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, California State University, Los Angeles, and Director of the Center for Korean American and Korean Studies.Paper title: "The Persistence & Transformation of Confucian Values in 21st Century Korea: An Empirical Assessment"When: April 7, Tuesday at 7 PMWhere: Room 702, New Millennium Hall. Directions may be found on the Yonsei GSIS homepage at http://gsis.yonsei.ac.kr.Contact: Kimberely Hall / m) 010-4800-4895 / kimhall at yonsei.ac.krA list of presenters for Spring 2009 can be found at the end of this announcement. I hope you come to enjoy the presentation and the discussion. You do not have to RSVP in order to attend.Sincerely,Hyuk-Rae KimProfessor of Korean StudiesGSIS, Yonsei UniversityNote: The presentation schedule for Spring 2009 is as follows*:April 28, 90th Forum: "The Domestication of South Korean Early Study Abroad (ESA) in the first Decade of the Millennium", Professor Nancy Abelmann, Korea Foundation Research Fellow,  University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMay 19*, 91st Forum: "The Second An Chungk^un of Korea and the Politics of Making a National Hero", Jane Kim, Korea Foundation Research Fellow, PhD Candidate, University of California, Los AngelesJune 2, 92nd Forum: "On Kang Kyong-ae and Her Act of Writing", Miryong Shim, Korea Foundation Research Fellow, PhD Candidate, Columbia University*Please note the new changes to the schedule.
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